Provided by: zaptel_1.2.5-1_i386
zttest — Test if the zaptel timer provides timely response
zttest [ -v ]
zttest zttest runs a timing test in a loop and prints the result of
each loop. The test is as follows:
It reads 8192 bytes from the zaptel timer device (/dev/zap/pseudo).
This should take exactly 8000 ms . It uses calls to gettimeofday(2)
before and after that read to check that indeed exactly 8000ms have
Values of 100% and 99.99% Are normally considered a definite pass.
Values of 99.98% and 99.97% are probably OK as well.
Be more verbose: print one line per test.
The device file used to access the zaptel timer.
zttool(8), ztmonitor(8), ztspeed(8), ztcfg(8), asterisk(8).
This manual page was written by Tzafrir Cohen
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