I'm trying to do an experiment concerning various data-storage formats. I'd like to run an open-source compression benchmark that demonstrates storage format A allows for FASTER compression than format B. However all the open-source benchmarks I find only focus on compression ratio which I'm not interested. Does anyone know of any compression SPEED based benchmarks I can use to demonstrate my results?


Google's brotli links to several benchmarks which look to have speed in addition to ratio:

Squash benchmark

Squash benchmark unstable

Large text compression benchmark

Lzturbo benchmark

Though you would probably need to setup benchmarks yourself


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