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iPerf3 - The TCP, UDP and SCTP network bandwidth measurement tool
3.1.3 | Updated: 22 Jun 2016
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iPerf3 - The TCP, UDP and SCTP network bandwidth measurement tool
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This package was approved by moderator dtgm on 23 Jun 2016.
Package fix release to include x86 build.
iPerf3 is a tool for active measurements of the maximum achievable bandwidth on IP networks. It supports tuning of various parameters related to timing, buffers and protocols (TCP, UDP, SCTP with IPv4 and IPv6). For each test it reports the bandwidth, loss, and other parameters. This is a new implementation that shares no code with the original iPerf and also is not backwards compatible. iPerf was orginally developed by NLANR/DAST. iPerf3 is principally developed by ESnet / Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. It is released under a three-clause BSD license.
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|iPerf3 - The TCP, UDP and SCTP network bandwidth measurement tool 3.1.3||125964||Wednesday, June 22, 2016||Approved|
|iPerf3 - The TCP, UDP and SCTP network bandwidth measurement tool 18.104.22.16860324||425||Thursday, March 24, 2016||Approved|
|iPerf3 - The TCP, UDP and SCTP network bandwidth measurement tool 3.1.2||327||Tuesday, March 22, 2016||Approved|
|iPerf3 3.0.11||512||Tuesday, December 29, 2015||Approved|
2016-06-08: Security Issue: iperf-3.1.3, iperf-3.0.12 released
These releases address a security issue that could cause a crash of an iperf3 process (it could theoretically lead to a remote code execution). Although the risk for common use cases is believed to be low, all users are encouraged to update to these versions or newer as soon as possible. More information on the security vulnerability can be found in the following ESnet Software Security Advisory:
iperf-3.1.3 also includes support for fair-queueing, per-socket based pacing of tests on platforms that support it (currently recent Linux distributions), as well as several other fixes.
== 2016-02-01: iperf-3.1.2 released ==
- This release fixes a couple of minor bugs, including one that results in invalid JSON being emitted for UDP tests.
== 2015-11-19: iperf-3.1.1 released ==
- This release fixes a few minor bugs.
== iperf 3.1 2015-10-16 ==
The release notes for iperf 3.1 describe changes and new
functionality in iperf 3.1, but not present in 3.0.11 or any earlier
Selected user-visible changes
SCTP support has been added (with the --sctp flag), on Linux,
FreeBSD, and Solaris (issue #131).
Setting CPU affinity now works on FreeBSD.
Selection of TCP congestion now works on FreeBSD, and is now
called --congestion (the old --linux-congestion option works
but is now deprecated).
A new -I option for the server causes it to write a PID file,
mostly useful for daemon mode (issue #120).
A --logfile argument can now force all output to go to a file,
rather than to a file. This is especially useful when running an
iperf3 server in daemon mode (issue #119).
Various compatibility fixes for Android (issue #184, issue #185), iOS (issue #288), NetBSD (issue #248), Solaris (issue #175, issue #178, issue #180, issue #211), vxWorks (issue #268).
A --udp-counters-64bit flag has been added to support very
long-running UDP tests, which could cause a counter to overflow
A --cport option to specify the client-side port has been added
(issue #207, issue #209, issue #239).
Some calculation errors with the -O feature have been fixed (issue #236).
A potential crash in the iperf3 server has been fixed (issue #257,
Many miscellaneous bug fixes.
Selected developer-visible changes
Consumers of libiperf can now get the JSON output for a
just-completed test (issue #147).
Detection of various optional features has been improved to check
for the presence or absence of platform functionality, not the name
Out-of-tree builds now work (issue #265).
This package has no dependencies.
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