When running the Phoronix Test Suite, making the results public by uploading them to OpenBenchmarking.org is purely optional. Users are prompted at the end of the run whether to upload the results. Via the phoronix-test-suite batch-run (after phoronix-test-suite batch-setup) and phoronix-test-suite internal-run commands are available to explore to automatically ensure that results are not uploaded publicly.
The Phoronix Test Suite also has additional functionality available to better support offline / "behind the firewall" workflows, including the ability to permanently remove result uploading support from the Phoronix Test Suite client. See the documentation.
Commercial consulting and other services are available for helping organizations setup the Phoronix Test Suite / Phoromatic environment for their needs.
As an additional precaution to prevent accidental uploads of test results, the form below can be filled out to block test result uploads from a given IP address. This is intended as another layer of protection against accidental uploads beyond the recommendations provided above. When a result is uploaded from a blocked IP address, the result will be immediately rejected and not published or otherwise saved by OpenBenchmarking.org. Additionally, a notice of that event will be sent to the email address provided with the form.
Making use of this will just block result upload functionality for the desired IP address but will continue to allow downloading of new test suites/profiles, viewing of OpenBenchmarking.org test results. and other OpenBenchmarking.org services. This blocking is handled server-side and will work with any Phoronix Test Suite client.
Contact us with any questions or for removal of any IP result upload blocks.