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1. Linux Benchmarks
i want to test several linux VPS using bench mark tools
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I am by no means good at using the shell. I only know enough stuff to be very dangerous to myself and others lol.
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Please, if somebody can help me to understand the results of unixbench.
I have read some information about benchmarking but i cant find a explanation about these results.
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LEARN ABOUT XFREE86
SETSID(1) User Commands SETSID(1)
setsid - run a program in a new session
setsid [options] program [arguments]
setsid runs a program in a new session. The command calls fork(2) if already a process group leader. Otherwise, it executes a program in
the current process.
Set the controlling terminal to the current one.
Wait for the execution of the program to end, and return the exit value of this program as the return value of setsid.
Display version information and exit.
Display help text and exit.
Rick Sladkey <email@example.com>
The setsid command is part of the util-linux package and is available from https://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/util-linux/.
util-linux July 2014 SETSID(1)