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I build YABS spin off with additional enhancement

LisoLiso Member
edited April 12 in General

Inspired by masonr's yet-another-bench-script, I decided to wrote a benchmark script based on yabs.

This script also address feature request from several member here. Here is github link → https://github.com/L1so/benchy. This script uses same parameter as yabs, so the result shouldn't differ much.


Download

Via wget

wget -qO- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/L1so/benchy/main/benchy | sh -s -- -t

Via curl

curl -Ls https://raw.githubusercontent.com/L1so/benchy/main/benchy | sh -s -- -t

Feature

  • Basic server information
  • IPv4 Check
  • IPv6 Check
  • Server Geolocation
  • Server Uptime
  • Fallback to wget if curl is not installed (this applied to Debian based system, where curl is not installed by default)
  • Works across shell (bash, dash, sh, ksh, etc.)

Output

Click to expand
# # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #
#            Benchy v1.1            #
#   https://github.com/L1so/benchy  #
#        AIO Benchmarking tool      #
# # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #
#       12 Apr 2022 15:34 WIB       #
# # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #

System Information
---------------------
OS          : Ubuntu 14.04.6 LTS
Uptime      : 77 Days, 20 Hours, 45 Minute, 22 Seconds 
Location    : Indonesia 
IPv4        : ✔ Enabled
IPv6        : ✔ Enabled

Processor Information
---------------------
Model       : QEMU Virtual CPU version 2.5+
Core        : 4 @ 2199.998 MHz
AES-NI      : ❌ Disabled
VM-x/AMD-V  : ❌ Disabled
Virt        : kvm       

Disk & Memory Usage
---------------------
Disk        : 45.15 GiB 
Disk Usage  : 10.89 GiB (26% Used)
Mem         : 7.79 GiB  
Mem Usage   : 5742 MB (72% Used)
Swap        : 3.99 GiB  

Disk Performance Check (50/50 R/W):
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Size | Read        | Write       | Total       |       IOPS (R,W,T)       |
+===========================================================================+
| 4k   | 26.65 MB/s  | 26.66 MB/s  | 53.31 MB/s  | 6.8k   | 6.8k   | 13.6k  |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 64k  | 367.04 MB/s | 368.97 MB/s | 736.02 MB/s | 5.9k   | 5.9k   | 11.8k  |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 512k | 669.46 MB/s | 705.03 MB/s | 1.34 GB/s   | 1.3k   | 1.4k   | 2.7k   |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| 1m   | 667.11 MB/s | 711.54 MB/s | 1.34 GB/s   | 0.7k   | 0.7k   | 1.4k   |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+

Network Performance Test (IPv4):
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Provider     | Location               | Send            | Receive         |
+===========================================================================+
| Clouvider    | London, UK             | 185 Mbits/sec   | 222 Mbits/sec   |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Airstream    | Wisconsin, USA         | 176 Mbits/sec   | 149 Mbits/sec   |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Uztelecom    | Tashkent, Uzbekistan   | 145 Mbits/sec   | 179 Mbits/sec   |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Online.net   | Paris, France          | 177 Mbits/sec   | 235 Mbits/sec   |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| WebHorizon   | Singapore              | 274 Mbits/sec   | 307 Mbits/sec   |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+

Network Performance Test (IPv6):
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Provider     | Location               | Send            | Receive         |
+===========================================================================+
| Clouvider    | London, UK             | 96.7 Mbits/sec  | 79.7 Mbits/sec  |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Airstream    | Wisconsin, USA         | 67.0 Mbits/sec  | 63.6 Mbits/sec  |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Uztelecom    | Tashkent, Uzbekistan   | 86.7 Mbits/sec  | 69.2 Mbits/sec  |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| Online.net   | Paris, France          | 97.0 Mbits/sec  | 74.4 Mbits/sec  |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| WebHorizon   | Singapore              | 102 Mbits/sec   | 92.2 Mbits/sec  |
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
+-----------------------------------------------+
| Geekbench 5.4.4 Tryout for Linux x86 (64-bit) |
+===============================================+
| Type of Test              | Score             |
+===============================================+
| Single Core               | 514               |
+-----------------------------------------------+
| Multi Core                | 1871              |
+-----------------------------------------------+
| https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/cpu/14265681 |
+-----------------------------------------------+


So far I have test this script only inside lxc container, as I don't have access to non-Ubuntu distro on all my server. Some of distro I can confirm working.

  • CentOS
  • Debian
  • Alma Linux
  • RockyLinux
  • Fedora

This script also works inside default Alpine Linux build (sh shell and musl libc), with the exception of Geekbench— as I have not found a way to port it to musl library.

I'd love to hear your feedback, thank you for your attention :)

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Comments

  • ShakibShakib Member, Patron Provider

    Nice :*

  • dev077dev077 Member

    @Liso said: I'd love to hear your feedback, thank you for your attention

    Your output style is very confusing, especially "Disk Performance Check". Yabs is easy to read.

  • LisoLiso Member

    @dev077 said:

    @Liso said: I'd love to hear your feedback, thank you for your attention

    Your output style is very confusing, especially "Disk Performance Check". Yabs is easy to read.

    R, W, T actually is acronym for read write total. When I first wrote this, I also have a hard time decide the "correct" style, so I just put them into table like this.

    If you have a suggestion to fix that, Im all ears.

  • miaumiau Member

    @Liso said:

    @dev077 said:

    @Liso said: I'd love to hear your feedback, thank you for your attention

    Your output style is very confusing, especially "Disk Performance Check". Yabs is easy to read.

    R, W, T actually is acronym for read write total. When I first wrote this, I also have a hard time decide the "correct" style, so I just put them into table like this.

    If you have a suggestion to fix that, Im all ears.

    Just remove the table altogether. Make it look clean. Yabs style is good as is.

  • DazzleDazzle Member
    edited April 12

    Imho, this is prettier than Mason's YABS for me. Thank you @Liso

    Testing my GreenCloud VPS

    # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #
    #            Benchy v1.1            #
    #   https://github.com/L1so/benchy  #
    #        AIO Benchmarking tool      #
    # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #
    #       12 Apr 2022 17:13 WIB       #
    # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #
    
    System Information
    ---------------------
    OS          : Ubuntu 20.04.4 LTS
    Uptime      : 9 Days, 7 Hours, 58 Minute, 15 Seconds
    Location    : Singapore
    IPv4        : ✔ Enabled
    IPv6        : ✔ Enabled
    
    Processor Information
    ---------------------
    Model       : AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3960X 24-Core Processor
    Core        : 2 @ 3799.942 MHz
    AES-NI      : ✔ Enabled
    VM-x/AMD-V  : ❌ Disabled
    Virt        : kvm
    
    Disk & Memory Usage
    ---------------------
    Disk        : 74.81 GiB
    Disk Usage  : 11.08 GiB (16% Used)
    Mem         : 3.84 GiB
    Mem Usage   : 949 MB (24% Used)
    Swap        : 4.99 GiB
    
    Disk Performance Check (50/50 R/W):
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Size | Read        | Write       | Total       |       IOPS (R,W,T)       |
    +===========================================================================+
    | 4k   | 338.79 MB/s | 339.68 MB/s | 678.48 MB/s | 86.7k  | 87.0k  | 173.7k |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | 64k  | 1.06 GB/s   | 1.06 GB/s   | 2.13 GB/s   | 17.4k  | 17.5k  | 35.0k  |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | 512k | 1.23 GB/s   | 1.29 GB/s   | 2.52 GB/s   | 2.5k   | 2.6k   | 5.2k   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | 1m   | 1.15 GB/s   | 1.23 GB/s   | 2.39 GB/s   | 1.2k   | 1.3k   | 2.4k   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    
    Network Performance Test (IPv4):
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Provider     | Location               | Send            | Receive         |
    +===========================================================================+
    | Clouvider    | London, UK             | 570 Mbits/sec   | 292 Mbits/sec   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Airstream    | Wisconsin, USA         | 338 Mbits/sec   | 371 Mbits/sec   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Uztelecom    | Tashkent, Uzbekistan   | 702 Mbits/sec   | 579 Mbits/sec   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Online.net   | Paris, France          | 777 Mbits/sec   | 842 Mbits/sec   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | WebHorizon   | Singapore              | 957 Mbits/sec   | 490 Mbits/sec   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    
    Network Performance Test (IPv6):
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Provider     | Location               | Send            | Receive         |
    +===========================================================================+
    | Clouvider    | London, UK             | 592 Mbits/sec   | 705 Mbits/sec   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Airstream    | Wisconsin, USA         | 522 Mbits/sec   | 189 Mbits/sec   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Uztelecom    | Tashkent, Uzbekistan   | 640 Mbits/sec   | 203 Mbits/sec   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Online.net   | Paris, France          | 626 Mbits/sec   | 524 Mbits/sec   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | WebHorizon   | Singapore              | 726 Mbits/sec   | 481 Mbits/sec   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    
    +-----------------------------------------------+
    | Geekbench 5.4.4 Tryout for Linux x86 (64-bit) |
    +===============================================+
    | Type of Test              | Score             |
    +===============================================+
    | Single Core               | 1106              |
    +-----------------------------------------------+
    | Multi Core                | 2073              |
    +-----------------------------------------------+
    | https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/cpu/14267204 |
    +-----------------------------------------------+
    
  • cybertechcybertech Member
    edited April 12

    looks different from YABS but with more useful info. thanks for that

  • ZyraZyra Member

    Cool, will definitely try this out

  • wii747wii747 Member

    looks good, will try it out as well :-)

  • AlwaysSkintAlwaysSkint Member
    edited April 12

    If you're doing tweaks anyway, adding fstype to the disc benchmark header could be useful.
    I'm curious to know where the disc benchmark decides to write to in a multi-partition layout. Easy enough to check, I guess; just never taken the time.

    Thanked by 1yoursunny
  • Looks neat, although something I've desired from these benchmark scripts is that they include a way to meter ping latency. Maybe a Feature Request? :P

  • Maybe some possibility of benchmarking all disks and information that there are several disks in the system? There are servers where you get 20 GB SSD and 500 GB HDD and yabs shows the sum of the disks and the speed of the first disk.

  • LisoLiso Member

    If anyone catch a formatting error, > @JeDaYoshi said:

    Looks neat, although something I've desired from these benchmark scripts is that they include a way to meter ping latency. Maybe a Feature Request? :P

    This is definitely doable (and it's actually in my next to do list), I'm planning to use Ookla speedtest cli, it conveniently include latency on its metrics.

  • bruh21bruh21 Member, Host Rep

    Here it is on openSUSE

    # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #
    #            Benchy v1.1            #
    #   https://github.com/L1so/benchy  #
    #        AIO Benchmarking tool      #
    # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #
    #       12 Apr 2022 07:31 EDT       #
    # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #
    
    System Information
    ---------------------
    OS          : openSUSE Leap 15.1
    Uptime      : 0 Days, 0 Hours, 12 Minute, 33 Seconds 
    Location    : Canada    
    IPv4        : ✔ Enabled
    IPv6        : ❌ Disabled
    
    Processor Information
    ---------------------
    Model       : Intel Core Processor (Broadwell, IBRS)
    Core        : 2 @ 2200.000 MHz
    AES-NI      : ✔ Enabled
    VM-x/AMD-V  : ❌ Disabled
    Virt        : kvm       
    
    Disk & Memory Usage
    ---------------------
    Disk        : 34.38 GiB 
    Disk Usage  : 4.50 GiB (14% Used)
    Mem         : 1.94 GiB  
    Mem Usage   : 84 MB (4% Used)
    Swap        : 0 KiB     
    
    Disk Performance Check (50/50 R/W):
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Size | Read        | Write       | Total       |       IOPS (R,W,T)       |
    +===========================================================================+
    | 4k   | 37.60 MB/s  | 37.67 MB/s  | 75.28 MB/s  | 9.6k   | 9.6k   | 19.3k  |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | 64k  | 291.13 MB/s | 292.66 MB/s | 583.80 MB/s | 4.7k   | 4.7k   | 9.3k   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | 512k | 275.13 MB/s | 289.75 MB/s | 564.88 MB/s | 0.6k   | 0.6k   | 1.1k   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | 1m   | 294.28 MB/s | 313.88 MB/s | 608.16 MB/s | 0.3k   | 0.3k   | 0.6k   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    
    Network Performance Test (IPv4):
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Provider     | Location               | Send            | Receive         |
    +===========================================================================+
    | Clouvider    | London, UK             | 243 Mbits/sec   | 809 Mbits/sec   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Airstream    | Wisconsin, USA         | 263 Mbits/sec   | 922 Mbits/sec   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Uztelecom    | Tashkent, Uzbekistan   | 231 Mbits/sec   | 431 Mbits/sec   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Online.net   | Paris, France          | 245 Mbits/sec   | 622 Mbits/sec   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | WebHorizon   | Singapore              | 225 Mbits/sec   | 400 Mbits/sec   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    +-----------------------------------------------+
    | Geekbench 5.4.4 Tryout for Linux x86 (64-bit) |
    +===============================================+
    | Type of Test              | Score             |
    +===============================================+
    | Single Core               | 613               |
    +-----------------------------------------------+
    | Multi Core                | 1053              |
    +-----------------------------------------------+
    | https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/cpu/14268462 |
    +-----------------------------------------------+
    
    Thanked by 1Liso
  • SaahibSaahib Member, Host Rep

    How about adding latency to test to know if how good is server for particular region ?
    ie. Ping

  • JeDaYoshiJeDaYoshi Member
    edited April 12

    @Liso said:
    If anyone catch a formatting error, > @JeDaYoshi said:

    Looks neat, although something I've desired from these benchmark scripts is that they include a way to meter ping latency. Maybe a Feature Request? :P

    This is definitely doable (and it's actually in my next to do list), I'm planning to use Ookla speedtest cli, it conveniently include latency on its metrics.

    Ookla speedtest CLI could work, but it'd only meter the latency of what it thinks is the closest region. Running a simple ping to the iperf3 servers (implying they answer accordingly) then throwing it into the table could work, and would be more ideal IMO.
    Or both, actually, but including Ookla speedtest means you'd need to download a closed-source binary (unless you use the unofficial speedtest-cli, which has varied results), outside of the fact of contacting Ookla itself instead of providers directly.

    @Saahib said:
    How about adding latency to test to know if how good is server for particular region ?
    ie. Ping

    Read a bit further.

  • dosaidosai Member

    @Saahib said:
    How about adding latency to test to know if how good is server for particular region ?
    ie. Ping

    Like this?

    sudo apt-get install -y fping
    
    curl -so- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Ne00n/Multi-Ping/master/ping.py | python3 | curl -F 'clbin=<-' https://clbin.com
    
  • Good stuff. I like the table layout more.

    Also for everyone else the script will disk bench whatever your current working directory is. So if you want to test a different drive, just run script in that drives mounted folder.

    Thanked by 1AlwaysSkint
  • LisoLiso Member

    @JeDaYoshi said:

    @Liso said:
    If anyone catch a formatting error, > @JeDaYoshi said:

    Looks neat, although something I've desired from these benchmark scripts is that they include a way to meter ping latency. Maybe a Feature Request? :P

    This is definitely doable (and it's actually in my next to do list), I'm planning to use Ookla speedtest cli, it conveniently include latency on its metrics.

    Ookla speedtest CLI could work, but it'd only meter the latency of what it thinks is the closest region. Running a simple ping to the iperf3 servers (implying they answer accordingly) then throwing it into the table could work, and would be more ideal IMO.
    Or both, actually, but including Ookla speedtest means you'd need to download a closed-source binary (unless you use the unofficial speedtest-cli, which has varied results), outside of the fact of contacting Ookla itself instead of providers directly.

    @Saahib said:
    How about adding latency to test to know if how good is server for particular region ?
    ie. Ping

    Read a bit further.

    You're right, I found out ookla speedtest binary require you to accept their ToS (by pressing y on terminal), although I can bypass that easily, I'm not sure I can do that freely, I have to ask for user consent to do so.

    OTOH, I'll look into the ping solution, it makes more sense to me. I believe I can ping each server and then put latency into the table. I wonder why I hadn't thought of that before :neutral:

  • @jugganuts said: Also for everyone else the script will disk bench whatever your current working directory is. So if you want to test a different drive, just run script in that drives mounted folder.

    Ta. It's not a folder - grr. :p
    Fstype would still be useful, so that it cuts down on variables.

  • LisoLiso Member

    @Hotmarer said:
    Maybe some possibility of benchmarking all disks and information that there are several disks in the system? There are servers where you get 20 GB SSD and 500 GB HDD and yabs shows the sum of the disks and the speed of the first disk.

    That's a great idea, I'll definitely consider this.

  • LisoLiso Member

    @AlwaysSkint said:
    If you're doing tweaks anyway, adding fstype to the disc benchmark header could be useful.
    I'm curious to know where the disc benchmark decides to write to in a multi-partition layout. Easy enough to check, I guess; just never taken the time.

    By fstype, did you mean the like of ext4, ntfs, zfs ? I ask because your comment seems to suggests block device e.g. /dev/sda, /dev/sdb.

  • SaahibSaahib Member, Host Rep

    @dosai said:

    @Saahib said:
    How about adding latency to test to know if how good is server for particular region ?
    ie. Ping

    Like this?

    sudo apt-get install -y fping
    
    curl -so- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Ne00n/Multi-Ping/master/ping.py | python3 | curl -F 'clbin=<-' https://clbin.com
    

    Yes, something like this but would be nice if he integrates , this way single test script can give little more info about the server.

    @Liso said:
    OTOH, I'll look into the ping solution, it makes more sense to me. I believe I can ping each server and then put latency into the table. I wonder why I hadn't thought of that before :neutral:

    Try to make geolocation thing clear for latency data.

  • Can you add a flag where the bench result can be uploaded to your server and printed as an URL at the end of the result?

  • Looks really nice, thanks!

  • add_iTadd_iT Member

    Virmach tokyo on node 40

    # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #
    #            Benchy v1.1            #
    #   https://github.com/L1so/benchy  #
    #        AIO Benchmarking tool      #
    # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #
    #       12 Apr 2022 22:06 WIB       #
    # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #
    
    System Information
    ---------------------
    OS          : Debian GNU/Linux 10 (buster)
    Uptime      : 0 Days, 8 Hours, 51 Minute, 42 Seconds
    Location    : Russia
    IPv4        : ✔ Enabled
    IPv6        : ✔ Enabled
    
    Processor Information
    ---------------------
    Model       : AMD Ryzen 9 5900X 12-Core Processor
    Core        : 2 @ 3693.018 MHz
    AES-NI      : ✔ Enabled
    VM-x/AMD-V  : ✔ Enabled
    Virt        : kvm
    
    Disk & Memory Usage
    ---------------------
    Disk        : 48.97 GiB
    Disk Usage  : 1.55 GiB (4% Used)
    Mem         : 2.43 GiB
    Mem Usage   : 62 MB (2% Used)
    Swap        : 255.99 MiB
    
    Disk Performance Check (50/50 R/W):
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Size | Read        | Write       | Total       |       IOPS (R,W,T)       |
    +===========================================================================+
    | 4k   | 339.41 MB/s | 340.30 MB/s | 679.71 MB/s | 86.9k  | 87.1k  | 174.0k |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | 64k  | 2.35 GB/s   | 2.36 GB/s   | 4.71 GB/s   | 38.5k  | 38.7k  | 77.3k  |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | 512k | 2.91 GB/s   | 3.06 GB/s   | 5.97 GB/s   | 6.0k   | 6.3k   | 12.2k  |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | 1m   | 3.03 GB/s   | 3.24 GB/s   | 6.27 GB/s   | 3.1k   | 3.3k   | 6.4k   |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    
    Network Performance Test (IPv4):
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Provider     | Location               | Send            | Receive         |
    +===========================================================================+
    | Clouvider    | London, UK             | 76.8 Mbits/sec  | 9.92 Mbits/sec  |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Airstream    | Wisconsin, USA         | 116 Mbits/sec   | 25.0 Mbits/sec  |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Uztelecom    | Tashkent, Uzbekistan   | 132 Mbits/sec   | 59.2 Mbits/sec  |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Online.net   | Paris, France          | 223 Mbits/sec   | busy            |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | WebHorizon   | Singapore              | 335 Mbits/sec   | 63.2 Mbits/sec  |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    
    Network Performance Test (IPv6):
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Provider     | Location               | Send            | Receive         |
    +===========================================================================+
    | Clouvider    | London, UK             | 56.6 Mbits/sec  | 29.8 Mbits/sec  |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Airstream    | Wisconsin, USA         | 19.8 Mbits/sec  | 38.2 Mbits/sec  |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Uztelecom    | Tashkent, Uzbekistan   | 43.8 Mbits/sec  | 33.1 Mbits/sec  |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | Online.net   | Paris, France          | 32.2 Mbits/sec  | 52.3 Mbits/sec  |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    | WebHorizon   | Singapore              | 37.3 Mbits/sec  | 29.7 Mbits/sec  |
    +---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
    +-----------------------------------------------+
    | Geekbench 5.4.4 Tryout for Linux x86 (64-bit) |
    +===============================================+
    | Type of Test              | Score             |
    +===============================================+
    | Single Core               | 1044              |
    +-----------------------------------------------+
    | Multi Core                | 1940              |
    +-----------------------------------------------+
    | https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/cpu/14272406 |
    +-----------------------------------------------+
    
  • AlwaysSkintAlwaysSkint Member
    edited April 12

    Yes, not block but fstype (ext2,ext4,xfs etc.)
    However, if covering multiple disc testing, then it may show as..
    /dev/vda2 ext4
    /dev/vdb1 xfs

  • DPDP Member, Moderator, The Domain Guy

    Has anyone tested this on WSL?

  • Add a flag to display the IP instead of Enabled, but not by default since most people will copy/paste into forums. But it's nice for personal use.

    Also, I don't like the table style display and prefer the other style.

  • LisoLiso Member

    @DP said:
    Has anyone tested this on WSL?

    If you found following program to be working on WSL.

    • fio
    • iperf3
    • geekbench

    Then I don't see why it wouldn't work, but I can't vouch for it result as I don't have Windows device to test— still it's a interesting question.

  • LisoLiso Member

    @TimboJones said:
    Add a flag to display the IP instead of Enabled, but not by default since most people will copy/paste into forums. But it's nice for personal use.

    Also, I don't like the table style display and prefer the other style.

    Can be done, just need to grep the public IP for each version.

    About style, what you would rather have ? Something like yabs?

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