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## New year special: serverreview-benchmark v3
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## New year special: serverreview-benchmark v3

sayem314sayem314 Member
edited January 2018 in General

Hi there everyone. How are you all? I Wish you all a bright, prosperous, and glorious year ahead. Happy new year. Today at new year I'm representing latest benchmark script for Linux servers. This is the follow-up of v2. Here is what's new and awesome about v3:

  1. Runs fast.
  2. Doesn't stuck forever for download speed test.
  3. Test download speed from google drive.
  4. Test RAM average speed.
  5. Share results over hastebin or ubuntu paste.
  6. More exotic location test.
  7. Use curl instead of wget.

and much more.

Just try out and share your bench with us all :)

curl -LsO git.io/bench.sh; chmod +x bench.sh && ./bench.sh -a share

or more lightweight / much less speed test:

curl -LsO git.io/bench.sh; chmod +x bench.sh && ./bench.sh -b share

Github: https://github.com/sayem314/serverreview-benchmark

Make it work, make it right, make it fast.

Comments

  • If you don't mind, what's different between curl and wget?

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  • Thanks :)

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  • @qtwrk said:
    If you don't mind, what's different between curl and wget?

    curl is available on all Linux based os by default where wget is not most of the time. Also in this kind of task curl is way better, you don't have to pipe the result. And curl supports HTTP/2! But my main concern for using curl was to test things without any external dependency.

    Make it work, make it right, make it fast.

  • Total Space for me is showing 11TB on a 6TB machine lmao.

  • sayem314sayem314 Member
    edited January 2018

    @6ixth said:
    Total Space for me is showing 11TB on a 6TB machine lmao.

    Probably you have cloud storage mounted. Can you plz paste the output of this command:

    df -h --total | grep 'total'

    Make it work, make it right, make it fast.

  • @sayem314 said:

    @6ixth said:
    Total Space for me is showing 11TB on a 6TB machine lmao.

    Probably you have cloud storage mounted. Can you plz paste the output of this command:

    df -h --total | grep 'total'

    Yeah... turns out it was docker creating extra partitions making it seem bigger in df -h.

    Thanked by 1sayem314
  • ariq01ariq01 Member
    edited January 2018

    Kimsufi KS-4C [idle proxmox, no vm/lxc running] :(

    https://paste.ubuntu.com/26299072/

    Thank you for your bench, i've star it !

    Thanked by 1sayem314
  • @ariq01 said:
    Kimsufi KS-4C [idle proxmox, no vm/lxc running] :(

    https://paste.ubuntu.com/26299072/

    Thank you for your bench, i've star it !

    Thanks! Glad you liked it. More exciting features are coming in later versions, stay connected :)

    Make it work, make it right, make it fast.

  • @sayem314 said:
    curl is available on all Linux based os by default where wget is not most of the time.

    wat

    i did NAT

  • @lemon said:

    @sayem314 said:
    curl is available on all Linux based os by default where wget is not most of the time.

    wat

    I had to install wget on most VPS templates where I have never installed curl. So I assumed that curl is more widely available, sorry about that. Anyway, curl is really better in my script than wget. I hate to pipe unless I really have to! Also, curl has timeout feature built-in.

    Make it work, make it right, make it fast.

  • Can you fix up the provider names for the Pacific part?

    I like my uptime down low and my servers all hacked. Can see me droppin' twenty-fours with a router in the rack.
    Ya like ya Switch-Ports hot and ya servers all hacked. If ya pings real high and ya networks pitch black.

  • FlamesRunnerFlamesRunner Member
    edited January 2018

    @sayem314 said:

    @qtwrk said:
    If you don't mind, what's different between curl and wget?

    curl is available on all Linux based os by default where wget is not most of the time. Also in this kind of task curl is way better, you don't have to pipe the result. And curl supports HTTP/2! But my main concern for using curl was to test things without any external dependency.

    You're incorrect. curl is not always preinstalled, for example a minimal ISO installation may miss it.

    Also:

    elif [[ "$eth" == *eth0* ]];then
            virtual="Dedicated"
    

    Predictable network naming should be supported as well.

    wget https://s.flamz.pw/dl/bench.sh && bash bench.sh

    curl https://s.flamz.pw/analytics/bench/stats.php

  • thank you. I ran it on aruba smart vps: https://paste.ubuntu.com/26303556/

    Thanked by 1sayem314
  • Last time I checked a map, Moldova wasn't in the Pacific ;)

    HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently

  • @teamacc said:
    Can you fix up the provider names for the Pacific part?

    @MasonR said:
    Last time I checked a map, Moldova wasn't in the Pacific ;)

    Pacific part has been renamed to exotic.

    Make it work, make it right, make it fast.

  • @FlamesRunner said:
    You're incorrect. curl is not always preinstalled, for example a minimal ISO installation may miss it.

    I see. The new version would now check if curl exists or not.

    Also:

    > elif [[ "$eth" == *eth0* ]];then
    >       virtual="Dedicated"
    > 

    Predictable network naming should be supported as well.

    What? It's already is there.

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    Make it work, make it right, make it fast.

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