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MobiBench

Mobibench is a benchmark tool especially designed for simulating IO characteristics of Android system; Mobibench is capable of measuring the performance of file IO and DB operations using SQLite.

There are three tabs in Mobibench.

In Measure tab, there are four buttons, ALL, File IO, SQLite, and Custom. File IO runs sequential or random read/write operations, and SQLite runs transactions of insert, update, and delete DB operation.

ALL runs both File IO and SQLite operation and Custom runs only the tests user have selected.

In Setting tab, there are customizable options. When a measurement process is running Mobibench displays a progress bar to show status of a running test, and illustrates the result upon completion of the test. Mobibench shows three results, Throughput, CPU Utilization, and Number of Context Switches.

Source Code

Installation Guide

- Reference -

Sooman Jeong, Kisung Lee, Jungwoo Hwang, Seongjin Lee, Youjip Won, "AndroStep: Android Storage Performance Analysis Tool", The 1st European Workshop on Mobile Engineering (ME'13), Feb. 26, 2013, Aachen, Germany

[Download]

Sooman Jeong, Kisung Lee, Jungwoo Hwang, Seongjin Lee, Youjip Won, "Framework for Analyzing Android I/O Stack Behavior: from Generating the Workload to Analyzing the Trace", Future Internet 2013, 5(4), Special Issue for "Mobile Engineering², MDPI(ISSN 1999-5903), 591-610; doi:10.3390/fi5040591

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Developer

Sooman Jeong

Sooman Jeong did his MS in Department of Electronics and Computer Engineering, Hanyang University in 2014.

He is an alumni of Embedded Software System Laboratory at Hanyang University.

His research interests are focused on Operating System and Embedded System.

Email: smartzzz77<<at>>gmail.com


Joongwoo Hwang

Joongwoo Hwang is a MS Student at Dept. of Electronics and Computer Engineering, Hanyang University.

He is member of Embedded Software System Laboratory at Hanyang University.

His research interests are focused on OS and Embedded System.

Email: tearoses<<at>>hanyang.ac.kr


Seongjin Lee

Seongjin Lee is Postdoc. at Embedded Software System Laboratory at Department of Electronics and Computer Engineering, Hanyang University.

He did his BS, MS and Ph.D in Department of Electronics and Computer Engineering, Hanyang University in 2006, 2008 and 2015 respectively.

His research interests include Traffic Measurements, Analysis, Modeling, Characterization and Classification.

Email: insight<<at>>hanyang.ac.kr


Kisung Lee

Kisung Lee did his MS in Department of Electronics and Computer Engineering, Hanyang University in 2013.

He is an alumni of Embedded Software System Laboratory at Hanyang University.

His research interests are focused on OS and Embedded System.

Email: kisung7.lee<<at>>gmail.com


Dongil Park

Dongil Park did his MS in Department of Electronics and Computer Engineering, Hanyang University in 2015.

He is an alumni of Embedded Software System Laboratory at Hanyang University.

His research interests are focused on OS and Embedded System.

Email: idoitlpg<<at>>gmail.com


Chanhyun Park

Chanhyun Park did his MS in Department of Computer and Software, Hanyang University in 2015.

He is an alumni of Embedded Software System Laboratory at Hanyang University.

His research interests are focused on OS, Embedded System and Filesystem.

Email: chanhyun0708<<at>>gmail.com


Embedded Software Systems Laboratory

Embedded Software Systems (ESOS) Lab. at Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea is committed to developing cutting-edge system software technology for future information system. In particular, ESOS Lab focuses on developing memory management subsystem, filesystem, device firmware and related SoC involved in efficiently managing yet-to-emerge storage device and storage system. They include NAND flash based device and large scale byte address NVRAM based device. The scale of the storage device ranges from the small smart device to the exascale server.

 ESOS Lab. has been closely working with top class industries with highest caliber to bring the technology to the next level. The industry partners include Samsung Electronics, and LG electronics. Some of the past and ongoing topics include high performance robust filesystem for smart TV and mobile devices, IO stack optimization and filesystem for NAND based storage device, persistent operating system for next generation large scale NVRAM and Flash memory storage.

 The topics which ESOS Lab. is actively pursuing include:

  • Android IO stack optimization
  • Filesystem for NAND based storage device
  • Firmware algorithm for NAND based storage device
  • Energy Consumption issue of NAND Flash based storage device
  • Operating System support for Storage Class Memory
  • Killer Application for Storage Class Memory
  • Single Level Store
  • Persistent Operating System
  • Deduplication in future storage device

 ESOS Lab values the importance of industry collaboration and is actively engaged in various collaborative efforts. The industry partners of ESOS Lab include the world class industry players such as Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics, and SK Telecom.
 ESOS Lab's industry partners also include PAXDISK who is the first commercial SSD developer in Korea, MACROIMPACT which specializes in SAN filesystem and IUMEDIA whose P2P based N-screen video streaming traffic volume ranked the first along with KAKAO talk in early 2011.
 ESOS Lab closely collaborates with ETRI which is the most prestigious government funded research institution in Korea.

 ESOS Lab takes the initiative to form a storage and filesystem community to share the experience and the vision. ESOS Lab has been hosting NVRAMOS workshop(Operating System Support for Next Generation Non-Volatile Memory) since its inception in 2007.

 ESOS Lab is majorly funded by government grant from Ministry of Knowledge and Economy. ESOS Lab leads to industry-university consortiums for developing NAND flash based technology and developing software technology for next generation NVRAM.

 - NSFS (Namsan File System) project funded by Samsung Electronics was been selected as the best academia-industry collaboration practice in 2007 by Samsung Electronics.
 - ESOS Lab was awarded "National Research Lab" grant in 2007 after a national competition.

Address
#507-2, Annex of Engineering Center,
Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering,
Hanyang University

17 Seongdonggu Hangdangdong, Seoul, Korea
ZIP: 133-791
02-2-2220-4579

 

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