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    1 name: stress-ng
    2 version: 0.09.49-20181219-4992-a9f6cab5
    3 summary: tool to load and stress a computer
    4 description: stress-ng can stress various subsystems of a computer.  It can stress load CPU, cache, disk, memory, socket and pipe I/O, scheduling and much more.  stress-ng is a re-write of the original stress tool by Amos Waterland but has many additional features such as specifying the number of bogo operations to run, execution metrics, a stress verification on memory and compute operations and considerably more stress mechanisms.
    5 confinement: strict
    6 grade: stable
    7 type: app
    8 
    9 environment:
   10     CFLAGS: '-fstack-protector-strong -Wformat -Werror=format-security'
   11     LDFLAGS: Wl,-z,relro
   12 
   13 parts:
   14     stress-ng:
   15         plugin: make
   16         source: git://kernel.ubuntu.com/cking/stress-ng
   17         make-parameters:
   18             - STATIC=1
   19         build-packages:
   20             - gcc
   21             - make
   22             - zlib1g-dev
   23             - libbsd-dev
   24             - libattr1-dev
   25             - libgcrypt20-dev
   26             - libkeyutils-dev
   27             - libapparmor-dev
   28             - libaio-dev
   29             - libcap-dev
   30             - libsctp-dev
   31 apps:
   32     stress-ng:
   33         plugs: [ home, log-observe, system-observe, hardware-observe ]
   34         command: usr/bin/stress-ng
   35