Involved Projects and Packages
This project contains various benchmarks and related tools. While building is enabled for other distributions then Tumbleweed/Factory, primary purpose of this project is development, not backporting for older releases. Do not add this project repositories to your systems unless you know what you are doing and are willing to fix issues you encounter.
The Flexible Filesystem Benchmark (FFSB) is a filesystem performance
measurement tool. It uses customizable profiles to measure of different
workloads, and it supports multiple groups of threads across multiple
Collection of tools for static source code analysis.
A fullscreen, distraction-free writing program. You can customize your
environment by changing the font, colors, and background image to add
ambiance as you type. FocusWriter features an on-the-fly updating word
count, optional auto-save, optional daily goals, and an interface that
hides away to allow you to focus more clearly; additionally, when you open
the program your current work-in-progress will automatically load and
position you at the end of your document, so that you can immediately jump
Tools for managing filesystems, filesystem bindings or FUSE-related packages.
Scripts for btrfs maintenance tasks like periodic scrub, balance, trim or defrag
on selected mountpoints or directories.
Utilities needed to create and maintain btrfs file systems under Linux.
dt is a generic data test program used to verify proper operation of
peripherals, file systems, device drivers, or any data stream supported
by the operating system. In its simplest mode of operation, dt writes
and then verifys its default data pattern, then displays performance
statisics and other test parameters before exiting. Since verification
of data is performed, dt can be thought of as a generic diagnostic tool.
A a tool to collect statistics about a filesystem done by the Static Survey of
File System Statistics at Petascale data storage institute.
The tool is useful on its own and can give an overview of a filesystem subtree.
WikipediaFS is a mountable Linux virtual file system that allows to read and edit articles from Wikipedia (or any Mediawiki-based site) as if they were real files.
It is thus possible to view and edit articles using your favourite text-editor. Text-editors tend to be more convenient than a simple browser form when it comes to editing large texts and they generally include useful features such as Mediawiki syntax highlighting and spell checking.
The filesystem regression test suite. Contains around 1500+ specific tests for userspace and kernelspace for several linux filesystems.
This project was created for package powdertoy via attribute OBS:Maintained
This project was created for package wine via attribute OBS:Maintained
Packages of development versions of btrfs
Chess engines for fun. Optimized builds.
One day, there will be ungoogled-chromium build here