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    Hi all,
    Thanks tons for all you guys do out here, great reading at least from my very basic hobbyist opinion. <thumbs up>

    Been doing a bit of tinkering and found some great stuff here but in most cases all I would like is a basic set of single tests that I can run to just establish a baseline for the PC's I and my family/couple of friends are using. What I am after is to be able to look at these on a monthly or quarterly basis and see if anything is changing performance-wise when my wife, kids mother-in-law etc start complaining things are running slow on their machines. I don't need anything super exceptional and am not doing any real over-clocking. Just a few tests that each would run in less than a couple minutes to give me some basic statistics and if things seem weird or I have a specific one I think I should address later I can run something more substantial in a different phoronix test/suite.

    I did look at the sticky started by Mendieta and it looked promising at first but it got into lots more than I really want (and in some cases understand). Honestly I would just like to run some tests in the background overnight (scripted) that I could grab later and not interrupt them using their computers or have to go to their house and work on them until I get all the info I want. So far all I can find are tests that either have a UI that tends to be disruptive or that don't really give me what I want as far as scripting/background functionality. Phoronix seems to be the closest to what I want from a stand point of scriptable, quiet, in the background stats.

    That all being said can anyone point me to simple phoronix tests that benchmark/test CPU/GPU/Drive IO/Mem etc on computers that are not high end, over-clocked computers. Just basic school and business computers? already tried winsat but its too basic.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Cc

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    Is it bad to bump this? I am hoping someone can help. Really like this suite and just need a jump start to head me in the right direction.

    thanks tons,

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