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How can i measure sequential read/write speeds?
is there any API, library that can help me?
Posted 18-Mar-14 6:06am

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Solution 1

On most POSIX systems, you can use clock.

#include <time.h>
clock_t start = clock();
clock_t elapsed = clock() - start;

On x86 systems with inline assembly, you can use RDSTC.

long long __declspec(naked) tick()
long long start = tick();
long long elapsed = tick() - start;

Another POSIX API is clock_gettime.

#include <unistd.h>
struct timeval start, elapsed;
clock_gettime(CLOCK_MONOTONIC, &start);
clock_gettime(CLOCK_MONOTONIC, &elapsed);
if (start.tv_usec > elapsed.tv_usec)
elapsed.tv_usec -= start.tv_usec;
elapsed.tv_sec -= start.tv_sec;
// elapsed contains elapsed time in seconds (tv_sec) and microseconds (tv_usec).

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