Some time ago, I wondered how to perform a stress test on my Raspberry Pi and see stats in real-time on the graphs. Most popular results in Google contained bash script with plain text output. Some of the scripts did not work because of a missed package for Raspberry. Thankfully for my friend, I found a tool named
This blog post describes how easily perform a stress test on Raspberry Pi 4 with
s-tui. By default, it works as a monitor. To run a stress test in
s-tui, we need to install the
stress package. In that case, it will show us graphs with CPU load and CPU temperature under the stress test.
Let’s get started.