The cpu test is one of the most simple benchmarks in SysBench. In this mode each request consists in calculation of prime numbers up to a value specified by the --cpu-max-primes option. All calculations are performed using 64-bit integers. Each thread executes the requests concurrently until either the total number of requests or the total execution time exceed the limits specified with the common command line options.
|20k Reqs||60.73 s||12.14 ms||18.97 ms||329.35 ops/sec|
This test mode can be used to produce various kinds of file I/O workloads. At the prepare stage SysBench creates a specified number of files with a specified total size, then at the run stage, each thread performs specified I/O operations on this set of files.
|Random Write 4k||0 b/sec||12.07 Mb/sec||0||185406|
|Random Read 4k||23.45 Mb/sec||0 b/sec||368801||0|
|Random Read-Write 4k||10.27 Mb/sec||6.85 Mb/sec||157801||105199|
|Sequential Write||0 b/sec||59.62 Mb/sec||0||131072|
Memory allocation and transfer speed.
|Write||74.70 s||1370 MB/sec||1403704 ops/sec|
|Read||62.88 s||1628 MB/sec||1667525 ops/sec|
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