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1. Tests the performance of your system with a selected program (currently only pthread-win32 version 4.0.30319.1 is available for this app).
2. Runs the selected program in a specified number of threads and executions.
3. Shows you performance statistics of the system, thread and the program.
4. Reports information on RAM and CPU usage, which allows you to see if the selected app is taking excessive resources.
The Application is a cross-platform application. It can be used on Windows, Linux, Solaris and Unix systems. Runtime Tester is based on the Libpthread version 1.9.2.
Runtime Tester Requirements:
– Pthread library
– The selected program
– The number of threads and executions
Runtime Tester Features:
1. Includes a dynamic library that contains high-level functions used by the application.
2. Very fast initialisation, because it does not create a dynamic library (in contrast to many applications of this kind).
3. No memory leaks in the application.
4. Applicable to any operating system and processor architecture.
5. Suitable for home, work, and production use.
6. Suitable for the education market.
7. The application can be used with or without the GUI.
8. The test results can be saved.
9. The test results can be saved for more than one test execution.
10. Supports unlimited number of tests.
11. Very easy to use.
12. Can be used without pre-installed libraries.
13. Can be used with any programming language (free code available).
14. Can be installed in a virtual machine.
15. Windows and Linux versions available.
16. Runs on any platform with or without GUI.
17. Data files (log files) can be saved for more than one test execution.
18. Both JRE and JDK versions available.
19. Supports Windows, Linux, Solaris and Unix.
20. This application supports both 32-bit and 64-bit versions.
1. Select the Application
2. Select the number of threads and executions
3. Select the Program and enter parameters if needed
4. Set the Start and End time in seconds (hh:mm:ss)
5. Click on the « Start » button and press ENTER (to start the test)
6. After a few seconds click on the « Stop
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The program waits for a user to enter the KEYMACRO parameters, then sets the number of executions in the test by using the number of parameters in the STR command. This number will set how many threads are launched at the same time.
The main part of the program is the TEST command, which tests the hardware you specify. This command performs a test, which includes the specified number of executions in a specified number of threads.
This program has two modes of operation, depending on whether the OS is 64 or 32 bits. For 64 bits, you need to specify the number of executions and threads by entering these numbers into a format of X threads and Y executions.
This mode of operation is used to test the hardware with a multi-threaded program. The program will always launch the same number of threads for all executions.
For 32 bits, you need to specify the number of executions and threads using an X / Y format. In this mode of operation, the program launches the same number of threads for all executions.
The number of executions can be chosen from the specified minimum (minimum execution limit), the default limit (default execution limit) or the maximum limit (maximum execution limit).
In the case of the default limit, it is possible to specify the maximum number of executions that the test can perform.
If you specify the maximum execution limit, the program will wait until this limit is reached before ending the test.
In the case of the minimum limit, the program will only stop when the specified number of executions is reached.
Windows 10 or higher (64 bits)
Windows 7 or higher (32 bits)
If you want to use this program in 32 bits, you need to use the default limit or maximum limit.
For example, if you want to test a system with 10 executions in 4 threads, the default limit would be 1 execution limit of 4 threads.
If you want to test a system with 100 executions in 10 threads, the maximum limit would be 10 executions in 10 threads.
The maximum limit specifies the maximum number of executions that the test can perform. If the limit is reached, the test will stop.
The default limit specifies the default number of executions that the test will perform.
To use the maximum limit, you need to specify a value for this number of executions.
This number can be chosen from the minimum limit (minimum execution limit) or the number of executions used by the program (default execution limit).
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The front-end of the tool uses a very simple user interface that gives the user the possibility to choose a virtual processor, thread number and execution number.
When those numbers are entered, the tool runs the chosen application in the given number of threads and executions.
The back-end of the tool performs all the heavy-lifting. It parses the command line input and runs the desired number of threads and executions for the selected virtual processor.
User-selectable test results are generated.
key – If the virtual processor has an assigned key value, it is used for the test and the number of threads will be taken from the value that is entered.
– If the virtual processor has no assigned key value, the user will be prompted for one.
– The virtual processor to be used for the test. It should be of the type such as TSCPU, TSCPUXX, TSCPUYY, TSCPUZZ or TSCPUABC.
– The number of threads to be used for the test. It must be entered as a non-negative number.
– The number of executions that will be performed. It must be entered as a non-negative number.
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Runtime Tester is a command line application designed to help you test the performance of your system. The app performs the test by running a selected program in a specified number of threads and executions.
In order to test your hardware you need to enter the command parameters in the console or create batch files with the desired parameters.
Improved running of batch file.
-It crashes if the application name contains « , » and starts new application as arguments are given.
Before you use Runtime Tester, I need some more details:
Can I use Runtime Tester for testing my hardware, like processor, RAM, Hard disk?
For example, I have computer which has Intel Core i7-720QM processor, 4GB of RAM, Windows 7 Professional operating system and I have some programs installed in it.
If I run Runtime Tester with command: Runtime Tester -i Program1.exe, -p Program1.exe and 5 threads in this program, will it test my computer, or only my installed programs will be tested?
Is there a way to test hardware, not only the installed programs?
As for the first question, you can use it for testing the speed of your installed programs, not hardware. The reason is that you can control the number of executions inside the program. And as you start the program, the test already begins and will end after the program ends.
You can run the program in the background to do some useful work while Runtime Tester does the test.
For the second question, you can use the Process Monitor to see what programs are being run and how much time they are spending on running. After that, you can use Runtime Tester for testing of each program.
I think the best way to test the speed of hardware is to use the Benchmarking software which is usually included in the operating system.
I’ll tell you more after you answer the last question.
The application can do the following:
1. check the speed of the hard drive, memory, processor, etc.
2. you can check the overall speed of the system when you run the command.
3. you can enter the parameters manually by providing the name of the application and the number of threads that you want to run.
4. it is possible to create a script with the parameters that you want to test.
5. it is possible to test all applications that you have installed in your system with this application.
i have a problem with the application.when I run it with the command line it shows me a new window and ask me for the amount of threads to run.but i want that it just run without the new window and it just run with the parameters i provided
OS: Windows 7 (SP1)
Windows 7 (SP1) CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon 64 X2
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