Over 17 Million Test Downloads On OpenBenchmarking.org
Written by Michael Larabel in Phoronix on 29 February 2016 at 07:29 AM EST. 2 Comments
Just two days after OpenBenchmarking.org turned five years old, there are two exciting milestones reached today.

Waking up this morning, the OpenBenchmarking.org counter rolled over that there have been more than 17 million test downloads from OpenBenchmarking.org. As of writing, there have been 17,011,617 test profile and suite downloads using the Phoronix Test Suite. Of course, that's just counting those using the public OpenBenchmarking.org and not taking into account the many enterprises running their own Phoromatic server behind-the-firewall that can then act as a caching server of the test profiles/suites and other files.

Another exciting number is that there are now more than one million public benchmark results to view on OpenBenchmarking.org. Again, that's even just a small portion of the total results carried out by the Phoronix Test Suite due to it being just an optional feature, many enterprises running off the grid, etc. As of writing, that count is at 1,000,338 albeit continually increasing.

OpenBenchmarking.org is also at 798 test profiles and suites, 4,085,418 test reports, and more than 6,257,553 searches.

The new OpenBenchmarking.org is still being tweaked so make sure to share your feedback.
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