R: [ITP] iperf 2.0.4
Sun Mar 14 09:17:00 GMT 2010
--- Dom 14/3/10, Mike White ha scritto:
> Hello. I've made a cygwin
> package for iperf, a commonly used tool for testing IP
> network performance. I believe it should be included
> in cygwin.
> I am not a developer of the project itself. The
> source comes from:
> An example of a stable Linux distro that includes the
> Here is my setup.hint file:
> category: Net
> requires: cygwin
> sdesc: "Internet Protocol bandwidth measuring tool"
> ldesc: "Iperf was developed by NLANR/DAST as a modern
> alternative for measuring maximum TCP and UDP bandwidth
> performance. Iperf allows the tuning of various parameters
> and UDP characteristics. Iperf reports bandwidth, delay
> jitter, datagram loss."
> The packages I created may presently be downloaded from:
> I have tested basic functionality under cygwin in both
> client mode and server mode and there were no
> problems. Timing seems to be reasonable.
> The build was completely straightforward with no patches
> needed. However, if bugs do arise, I am an experienced
> C/C++ coder so I should be able to maintain the package.
> Michael White
build fine, but why you don't use cygport instead of
a script that seems its predecessor ?
"requires: cygwin" is not needed anymore. You need
"requires: libgcc1 libstdc++6"
$ cygcheck ./iperf.exe
C:\cygwin2\bin\cyggcc_s-1.dll << libgcc1
C:\cygwin2\bin\cygstdc++-6.dll << libstdc++6
On the files, you miss the specific
$ tar -tjf iperf-2.0.4-1.tar.bz2
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