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{ stdenv, fetchurl
, attr, keyutils, libaio, libapparmor, libbsd, libcap, libgcrypt, lksctp-tools, zlib
stdenv.mkDerivation rec {
pname = "stress-ng";
version = "0.10.00";
src = fetchurl {
url = "${pname}/${pname}-${version}.tar.xz";
sha256 = "0x602d9alilxxx2v59ryyg6s81l9nf8bxyavk5wf8jd5mshx57fh";
# All platforms inputs then Linux-only ones
buildInputs = [ libbsd libgcrypt zlib ]
++ stdenv.lib.optionals stdenv.hostPlatform.isLinux [
attr keyutils libaio libapparmor libcap lksctp-tools
postPatch = ''
substituteInPlace Makefile --replace "/usr" ""
# Won't build on i686 because the binary will be linked again in the
# install phase without checking the dependencies. This will prevent
# triggering the rebuild. Why this only happens on i686 remains a
# mystery, though. :-(
enableParallelBuilding = (!stdenv.isi686);
installFlags = [ "DESTDIR=${placeholder "out"}" ];
meta = with stdenv.lib; {
description = "Stress test a computer system";
longDescription = ''
stress-ng will stress test a computer system in various selectable ways. It
was designed to exercise various physical subsystems of a computer as well as
the various operating system kernel interfaces. Stress-ng features:
* over 210 stress tests
* over 50 CPU specific stress tests that exercise floating point, integer,
bit manipulation and control flow
* over 20 virtual memory stress tests
* portable: builds on Linux, Solaris, *BSD, Minix, Android, MacOS X,
Debian Hurd, Haiku, Windows Subsystem for Linux and SunOs/Dilos with
gcc, clang, tcc and pcc.
stress-ng was originally intended to make a machine work hard and trip hardware
issues such as thermal overruns as well as operating system bugs that only
occur when a system is being thrashed hard. Use stress-ng with caution as some
of the tests can make a system run hot on poorly designed hardware and also can
cause excessive system thrashing which may be difficult to stop.
stress-ng can also measure test throughput rates; this can be useful to observe
performance changes across different operating system releases or types of
hardware. However, it has never been intended to be used as a precise benchmark
test suite, so do NOT use it in this manner.
homepage = "";
downloadPage = "";
changelog = "${version}";
license = licenses.gpl2Plus;
maintainers = with maintainers; [ c0bw3b ];
platforms = platforms.unix;