List Of Linux Benchmark Tools

Let’s look into the list of best Linux benchmark tools or scripts that can be used to check the performance of your system memories, CPU, VPS, networks and many more.

List Of Linux Benchmark Tools


UnixBench is the original BYTE UNIX benchmark suite and is basically used to test various aspects of the system’s performance. It also measures the 2D and 3D graphics performance of the system. Meanwhile, The results depend on your hardware, operating system, libraries, and even compiler.


2. VPS Benchmark

A tool to perform the benchmark test of disk, CPU, and network.

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3. Nench

Linux VPS benchmark tool. It is based on the popular tool like It is basically used for CPU and ioping tests, and dual-stack IPv4 and v6 speedtests.
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4. VPSbench

A Linux benchmark script to run simple and comprehensive benchmarks on CPU and IO performance of the system.

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5. Linux Bench

Linux-Bench is a script that runs hardinfo, Unixbench 5.1.3, c-ray 1.1, STREAM, OpenSSL, sysbench (CPU), crafty, redis, NPB, NAMD, and 7-zip benchmarks.

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6. can be used to view the system information and test the network along with the disk of the Linux server.


wget -qO- | bash

Alternative option
curl -Lso- | bash

7. Iometer

Iometer is an I/O subsystem measurement and characterization tool for single and clustered systems.

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8. IOzone

IOzone is a filesystem benchmark tool which is used for a filesystem analysis of a vendor’s computer platform.

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9. Phoronix

This is an open-source and cross-platform automated benchmark testing software. It is supported on Linux, *BSD, Solaris, macOS, and Windows systems.

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