Is there any tool (not from system ^1) that I could put in RAM disk and on normal disk. Run both and see the outrageous speed?
Some kind of tool, which will print me Read/Write in MBs?

^1 - Not from system, because I want to see how independant programs are running. That know almost nothing about their environment.

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Hello,

No matter what you do you are going to have to interact with the system in order to observe the activity. For Linux there is a great tool called sysstat which takes snapshots of the system activity peroiditacally and then lets you compile the reports later using sar.

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Hello,

No matter what you do you are going to have to interact with the system in order to observe the activity. For Linux there is a great tool called sysstat which takes snapshots of the system activity peroiditacally and then lets you compile the reports later using sar.

http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2011/03/sar-examples/

I don't think you understood what I meant. I meant to check whether RAM Disk is working with such speed as it is supposed to be (faster than SSD). I did not meant to check system statistics.

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