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LAT_UNIX_CONNECT(8)		    LMBENCH		   LAT_UNIX_CONNECT(8)

NAME
       lat_unix_connect	 -  measure  interprocess  connection latency via UNIX
       sockets

SYNOPSIS
       lat_unix_connect	-s
       lat_unix_connect	[ -P _parallelism_ ] [ -W _warmups_ ]  [  -N  _repeti-
       tions_ ]
       lat_unix_connect	-S

DESCRIPTION
       lat_unix_connect	 is a client/server program that measures interprocess
       connection latencies.   The benchmark times the creation	and connection
       of an AF_UNIX socket to a local server.

       lat_connect  has	 three	forms  of usage: as a server (-s), as a	client
       (lat_connect), and as a shutdown	(lat_connect -S).

OUTPUT
       The reported time is in microseconds per	connection.  Output format  is
       like so

       UNIX connection cost: 1006 microseconds

SEE ALSO
       lmbench(8).

AUTHOR
       Carl Staelin and	Larry McVoy

       Comments, suggestions, and bug reports are always welcome.

(c)1994	Larry McVoy		    $Date$		   LAT_UNIX_CONNECT(8)

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