Make sure the swperf-cl-test utility is successfully built with make or use swperf-cl-test.exe with Windows. Plug in two SwiftRNG devices in USB ports available.

Run the following command:

swperf-cl-test

swperf-cl-test will form a cluster of SwiftRNG devices connected to the system, run general device performance test, and report the random number generation speed in megabits per second.

The output may look similar to this:

swperf-cl-test
------------------------------------------------------------------------
-- swperf-cl-test - SwiftRNG device cluster performance test utility  --
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Cluster preferred size: 2, actual cluster size: 2 (successfully open)

Performance ------- in progress ----------------------- 200.00 Mbits/sec
Number of cluster fail-over events ------------------------ 0
Closing cluster ------------------------------------------------ Success