Jperf : About
Jperf is a graphical frontend for Iperf written in Java. Iperf measures TCP and UDP performance (bandwidth, delay, jitter, loss). JPerf is released under a LGPL license.
Thierry Uso has ported JPerf 2.0.2 on OpenVMS. This release uses the OpenVMS port of Iperf 2.0.4 by Philippe Vouters . Porting means modifying the source code in order to allow passing parameters between Jperf and Iperf processes, testing the main functions and writing the startup procedure.
JPerf for OpenVMS needs Java 1.5 or later. It must be installed on an ODS5 volume. Jperf has been tested on Alpha and Itanium.
Contact : Thierry Uso
Thanks to :
Philippe Vouters (Iperf port, tests)
Jperf : Screenshots
Jperf : Download
ZIP archive containing the PCSI kit of Jperf 2.0.2 :
This kit is based on the sources from the Iperf+Jperf svn.
Jperf : Installation
1. Extract the PCSI kit from the ZIP archive
$ UNZIP “-V” FREE-AXPVMS-JPERF-V0200-2-1.ZIP
$ UNZIP “-V” FREE-I64VMS-JPERF-V0200-2-1.ZIP
2. Install Jperf in your chosen directory
By default, the installation procedure installs Jperf in the SYS$COMMON:[jperf] directory. To install it in dev:[dir.jperf], use the /DESTINATION parameter of the PRODUCT command.
$ PRODUCT INSTALL jperf
$ PRODUCT INSTALL jperf /DESTINATION=dev:[dir]
3. Start Jperf
Jperf : History
Jperf 2.0.2 port