Overview

Synchrobench is a micro-benchmark suite used to evaluate synchronization techniques on data structures. Synchrobench is written in C/C++ and Java and currently includes arrays, binary trees, hash tables, linked lists, queues and skip lists that are synchronized with copy-on-write, locks, read-copy-update, compare-and-swap and transactional memory. A non-synchronized version of these data structures is proposed in each language as a baseline to measure the performance gain on multi-(/many-)core machines.

If you use Synchrobench, please cite the companion paper:

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