Processor: Intel Core i5-2320 @ 3.30GHz (4 Cores), Motherboard: Dell 0GDG8Y (A06 BIOS), Chipset: Intel 2nd Generation Core DRAM, Memory: 4096 MB + 2048 MB DDR3-1333MT/s, Disk: 120GB SanDisk SSD PLUS + 500GB HGST HTS725050B7, Graphics: Intel 2nd Generation Core IGP (1100MHz), Audio: Conexant CX20641, Monitor: LC-42SV50U, Network: Realtek RTL8111/8168/8411 + Qualcomm Atheros AR9285
OS: ManjaroLinux 20.0, Kernel: 5.6.8-1-MANJARO (x86_64), Desktop: KDE Plasma, Display Server: X Server 1.20.8, Display Driver: intel 2.99.917, Compiler: GCC 9.3.0, File-System: ext4, Screen Resolution: 1920x1080
Processor Notes: Scaling Governor: intel_pstate powersave - CPU Microcode: 0x2f
Security Notes: itlb_multihit: KVM: Mitigation of Split huge pages + l1tf: Mitigation of PTE Inversion; VMX: conditional cache flushes SMT disabled + mds: Mitigation of Clear buffers; SMT disabled + meltdown: Mitigation of PTI + spec_store_bypass: Mitigation of SSB disabled via prctl and seccomp + spectre_v1: Mitigation of usercopy/swapgs barriers and __user pointer sanitization + spectre_v2: Mitigation of Full generic retpoline IBPB: conditional IBRS_FW STIBP: disabled RSB filling + tsx_async_abort: Not affected
WireGuard + Linux Networking Stack Stress Test
This is a benchmark of the WireGuard secure VPN tunnel and Linux networking stack stress test. The test runs on the local host but does require root permissions to run. The way it works is it creates three namespaces. ns0 has a loopback device. ns1 and ns2 each have wireguard devices. Those two wireguard devices send traffic through the loopback device of ns0. The end result of this is that tests wind up testing encryption and decryption at the same time -- a pretty CPU and scheduler-heavy workflow. Learn more via the OpenBenchmarking.org test page.