Changeset 52700


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Jun 21, 2009, 7:53:21 PM (11 years ago)
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Total number of ports parsed: 5857
Ports successfully parsed: 5857
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    526526portdir benchmarks/forkbomb description {System stress testing tool} homepage http://home.tiscali.cz:8080/~cz210552/forkbomb.html epoch 0 platforms darwin name forkbomb maintainers nomaintainer long_description {forkbomb is tool for stress testing. It can create many processes using fork(), eats all available memory using realloc() and accesses this memory. It has different switches for fine-tuning operation. While classic fork() bomb is good only for fun, running multiple memory-eaters can be useful for determining maximum memory which can be given to servers (bind or squid) without taking machine down. You can test different operation systems with this tool and see how they are handling the load.} version 1.4 categories benchmarks revision 0
    527527iozone 534
    528 portdir benchmarks/iozone description {Performance Test of File I/O} homepage http://www.iozone.org/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name iozone maintainers {jmr openmaintainer} long_description {Iozone tests the speed of I/O to actual files. Therefore, this measurement factors in the efficiency of your machine's file system, operating system, C compiler, and C runtime library. It produces a measurement which is the number of bytes per second that your system can read or write to a file.} version 3_323 categories benchmarks revision 0
     528portdir benchmarks/iozone description {Performance Test of File I/O} homepage http://www.iozone.org/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name iozone maintainers {jmr openmaintainer} long_description {Iozone tests the speed of I/O to actual files. Therefore, this measurement factors in the efficiency of your machine's file system, operating system, C compiler, and C runtime library. It produces a measurement which is the number of bytes per second that your system can read or write to a file.} version 3_326 categories benchmarks revision 0
    529529nbench-byte 476
    530530variants use_64_bit portdir benchmarks/nbench-byte description {Linux/Unix port of BYTEmark} homepage http://www.tux.org/~mayer/linux/bmark.html epoch 0 platforms darwin name nbench-byte long_description {nbench is a port of the BYTEmark benchmark program. These are Native Mode (a.k.a. Algorithm Level) {tests;} benchmarks designed to expose the capabilities of a system's CPU, FPU, and memory system.} maintainers nomaintainer categories benchmarks version 2.2.3 revision 0
     
    766766variants {postgresql82 universal} portdir databases/postgis description {adds support for geographic objects to the postgresql database} homepage http://postgis.refractions.net/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name postgis depends_lib {port:geos port:proj port:libiconv port:postgresql83} long_description {PostGIS adds support for geographic objects to the PostgreSQL object-relational database. In effect, PostGIS {spatially enables} the PostgreSQL server, allowing it to be used as a backend spatial database for geographic information systems (GIS), much like ESRI's SDE or Oracle's Spatial extension. PostGIS follows the OpenGIS Simple Features Specification for SQL and will be submitted for conformance testing at version 1.0.} maintainers frank-lists@auroralux.net categories databases version 1.3.3 revision 1
    767767postgresql-devel 726
    768 variants {python krb5 perl tcl universal} depends_build port:bison portdir databases/postgresql-devel description {The most advanced open-source database available anywhere.} depends_fetch bin:cvs:cvs homepage http://www.postgresql.org/ epoch 0 platforms darwin depends_lib {port:readline port:openssl port:zlib port:libxml2 port:libxslt port:ossp-uuid} name postgresql-devel long_description {PostgreSQL is Object-Relational Database Management System. It supports almost all SQL constructs, including transactions, subselects, and user-defined types and functions. Write-ahead logging means increased performance while retaining data integrity.} maintainers gmail.com:chepra categories databases version 20090410 revision 0
     768variants {python krb5 perl tcl universal} depends_build port:bison portdir databases/postgresql-devel description {The most advanced open-source database available anywhere.} depends_fetch bin:cvs:cvs homepage http://www.postgresql.org/ epoch 0 platforms darwin depends_lib {port:readline port:openssl port:zlib port:libxml2 port:libxslt port:ossp-uuid} name postgresql-devel long_description {PostgreSQL is Object-Relational Database Management System. It supports almost all SQL constructs, including transactions, subselects, and user-defined types and functions. Write-ahead logging means increased performance while retaining data integrity.} maintainers gmail.com:chepra categories databases version 20090613 revision 0
    769769postgresql-server-devel 341
    770 portdir databases/postgresql-server-devel description {run postgresql-devel as server} homepage http://www.postgresql.org/ epoch 0 depends_run port:postgresql-devel platforms darwin name postgresql-server-devel maintainers gmail.com:chepra long_description {{run postgresql-devel as server}} categories databases version 20090410 revision 0
     770portdir databases/postgresql-server-devel description {run postgresql-devel as server} homepage http://www.postgresql.org/ epoch 0 depends_run port:postgresql-devel platforms darwin name postgresql-server-devel maintainers gmail.com:chepra long_description {{run postgresql-devel as server}} categories databases version 20090613 revision 0
    771771postgresql7 685
    772772variants {perl java tcltk server darwin_i386 universal} portdir databases/postgresql7 description {The most advanced open-source database available anywhere} homepage http://www.postgresql.org/ epoch 0 platforms darwin name postgresql7 depends_lib {port:readline port:openssl port:zlib port:bison} long_description {PostgreSQL is Object-Relational Database Management System. It supports almost all SQL constructs, including transactions, subselects, and user-defined types and functions. Write-ahead logging means increased performance while retaining data integrity. This version does not work on Mac OS X Intel!} maintainers {mww jwa} categories databases version 7.4.24 revision 0
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