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MENU INCLUDE /ubcd/menus/syslinux/defaults.cfg
UI menu.c32
F1 /ubcd/boot/cpustress/help/syslinux/cpustrs1.txt
F2 /ubcd/boot/cpustress/help/syslinux/cpustrs2.txt
LABEL -
MENU LABEL CPUstress V2.5.4 - Press F1 for more information
TEXT HELP
A minimal Linux boot image that is used to run several stress-testing tools on
the UBCD. This entry launches the internal menu, in which you can select which
stress program to run.
ENDTEXT
COM32 linux.c32 /ubcd/boot/cpustress/bzImage
INITRD /ubcd/boot/cpustress/initrd.xz
APPEND noapic quiet consoleblank=0 ubcdcmd=menu
LABEL -
MENU LABEL CPUburn V1.4a
TEXT HELP
Included in CPUstress. CPU testing utilities in optimized assembler for
maximum loading P6 (Intel Pentium Pro/II/III and Celeron), AMD K7 (Athlon/
Duron/Thunderbird), AMD K6, and Intel P5 Pentium chips.
ENDTEXT
COM32 linux.c32 /ubcd/boot/cpustress/bzImage
INITRD /ubcd/boot/cpustress/initrd.xz
APPEND noapic quiet consoleblank=0 ubcdcmd=burn
LABEL -
MENU LABEL CPU Burn-in V1.00
TEXT HELP
Included in CPUstress. Heats up any x86 CPU to the maximum possible operating
temperature that is achievable by using ordinary software. This allows the
user to adjust the CPU speed up to the practical maximum while still being
sure that stability is achieved even under the most stressful conditions.
ENDTEXT
COM32 linux.c32 /ubcd/boot/cpustress/bzImage
INITRD /ubcd/boot/cpustress/initrd.xz
APPEND noapic quiet consoleblank=0 ubcdcmd=cpuburn-in
LABEL -
MENU LABEL CPUinfo
TEXT HELP
Included in CPUstress. Gives info about your CPU: number of processors,
vendor, CPU family, CPU model name, CPU speed, cache size, possible
construction bugs of your cpu, which extensions (flags) your CPU supports.
ENDTEXT
COM32 linux.c32 /ubcd/boot/cpustress/bzImage
INITRD /ubcd/boot/cpustress/initrd.xz
APPEND noapic quiet consoleblank=0 ubcdcmd=cpuinfo
LABEL -
MENU LABEL Intel Optimized LINPACK Benchmark V11.2.0
TEXT HELP
Included in CPUstress. A generalization of the LINPACK 1000 benchmark. Solves
a dense (real*8) system of linear equations (Ax=b), measures the amount of
time it takes to factor and solve the system, converts that time into a
performance rate, and tests the results for accuracy.
ENDTEXT
COM32 linux.c32 /ubcd/boot/cpustress/bzImage
INITRD /ubcd/boot/cpustress/initrd.xz
APPEND noapic quiet consoleblank=0 ubcdcmd=linpack
LABEL -
MENU LABEL Mersenne Prime Test V23.9.2
TEXT HELP
Included in CPUstress. Older version of the Mersenne Prime Search program that
works with Pentium III or older CPUs.
ENDTEXT
COM32 linux.c32 /ubcd/boot/cpustress/bzImage
INITRD /ubcd/boot/cpustress/initrd.xz
APPEND noapic quiet consoleblank=0 ubcdcmd=mprime23
LABEL -
MENU LABEL Mersenne Prime Test V28.5
TEXT HELP
Included in CPUstress. Mersenne Prime Search program that stresses the CPU.
ENDTEXT
COM32 linux.c32 /ubcd/boot/cpustress/bzImage
INITRD /ubcd/boot/cpustress/initrd.xz
APPEND noapic quiet consoleblank=0 ubcdcmd=mprime28
LABEL -
MENU LABEL Stress V1.04
TEXT HELP
Included in CPUstress. Workload generator for POSIX systems. Imposes a
configurable amount of CPU, memory, and I/O stress on the system. This entry
launches stress with the "--help" parameter that displays all possible
options. You need to run it again with the test options that you prefer.
ENDTEXT
COM32 linux.c32 /ubcd/boot/cpustress/bzImage
INITRD /ubcd/boot/cpustress/initrd.xz
APPEND noapic quiet consoleblank=0 ubcdcmd=stress ubcdargs="--help"
LABEL -
MENU LABEL StressCPU V2.0 (requires CPU with SSE)
TEXT HELP
Included in CPUstress. Torture-test your CPU in order to make sure that you
don't have overheating problems. Requires SSE-equipped x86 CPUs. Executes a
special version of the Gromacs innerloops that mixes SSE and normal assembly
instructions to heat your CPU as much as possible.
ENDTEXT
COM32 linux.c32 /ubcd/boot/cpustress/bzImage
INITRD /ubcd/boot/cpustress/initrd.xz
APPEND noapic quiet consoleblank=0 ubcdcmd=stresscpu2
LABEL -
MENU LABEL System Stability Tester V1.5.1
TEXT HELP
Included in CPUstress. Tests the system's stability by calculating up to 128
millions of Pi digits. Supports two calculation algorithms: The Quadratic
Convergence of Borwein and Gauss-Legendre. This entry starts the default test
(QCBorwein 128K digits). You may run it again for other test options.
ENDTEXT
COM32 linux.c32 /ubcd/boot/cpustress/bzImage
INITRD /ubcd/boot/cpustress/initrd.xz
APPEND noapic quiet consoleblank=0 ubcdcmd=systester
MENU SEPARATOR
LABEL -
MENU LABEL Reboot
TEXT HELP
Reboot the PC.
ENDTEXT
COM32 /boot/syslinux/reboot.c32
MENU SEPARATOR
LABEL -
MENU LABEL GRUB4DOS menu
TEXT HELP
This entry will bring you to the GRUB4DOS menu.
ENDTEXT
BOOT /boot/grub/grldr
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