I run a basic benchmark on my machines: time echo "scale=3000;4*a(1)" | bc -l This computes Pi to 3000 decimal places. The general expected time in my experience is 35-60 seconds on a Raspberry Pi ...
The first Raspberry PI could not utilize more speed than approximately a class 6 card. Can the new Raspberry PI2 utilize faster cards like class 10? Or is the IO speed the same towards the sd cards ...
I am currently using a desktop computer as NAS where I have four hdd's which I have in Raid 1 using mdadm. These Raid 1-drives are encrypted using Ubuntu's default encryption (I think it is cryptsetup)...
I'm testing a pair of sd cards this way: http://elinux.org/RPi_SD_cards#Performance The first card I did this on (sandisk class 4) gave a write speed of 5.4 MB/s, which is about what I expected ...
I'm using an external USB 2.0 HDD to extend the storage of the Pi which holds my movie-collection. I'm experiencing problems with skips when playing HD movies (720p / 1080p). Also, when transferring ...
I recently picked up a battery powered USB cell phone charger and I'm running some tests to see what kind of battery life I will get. Right now I'm just testing at Idle. I want to also run a test ...
I know that exact benchmark numbers will vary between manufacturers, but in general if you only consider higher end flash drives, SD cards, and USB HDDs and your Raspberry Pi is connected to a network ...
Is there a way to benchmark the performance of my Raspberry Pi? I'd be looking at Upload/Download speeds, reads, writes, and general processing stuff.
Has anyone done some web server benchmarking on their Raspi? I don't have my Raspi yet but I'm planning on using it as a web server and I'm interested to see stats for: Number of requests per ...