#
# hot-cpu class stressors:
# various options have been commented out, one can remove the
# proceeding comment to enable these options if required.
#
# run the following tests in parallel or sequentially
#
run sequential
# run parallel
#
# verbose
# show all debug, warnings and normal information output.
#
verbose
#
# run each of the tests for 60 seconds
# stop stress test after N seconds. One can also specify the units
# of time in seconds, minutes, hours, days or years with the suf‐
# fix s, m, h, d or y.
#
timeout 1m
# tz
# collect temperatures from the available thermal zones on the
# machine (Linux only). Some devices may have one or more thermal
# zones, where as others may have none.
tz
#
# matrix stressor with examples of all the methods allowed
#
# start N workers that perform various matrix operations on float‐
# ing point values. By default, this will exercise all the matrix
# stress methods one by one. One can specify a specific matrix
# stress method with the --matrix-method option.
#
#
# Method Description
# all iterate over all the below matrix stress methods
# add add two N × N matrices
# copy copy one N × N matrix to another
# div divide an N × N matrix by a scalar
# hadamard Hadamard product of two N × N matrices
# frobenius Frobenius product of two N × N matrices
# mean arithmetic mean of two N × N matrices
# mult multiply an N × N matrix by a scalar
# prod product of two N × N matrices
# sub subtract one N × N matrix from another N × N matrix
# trans transpose an N × N matrix
#
matrix 0
matrix-method all
matrix 0
matrix-method add
matrix 0
matrix-method copy
matrix 0
matrix-method div
matrix 0
matrix-method frobenius
matrix 0
matrix-method hadamard
matrix 0
matrix-method mean
matrix 0
matrix-method mult
matrix 0
matrix-method prod
matrix 0
matrix-method sub
matrix 0
matrix-method trans