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SubjectRe: Lazy FPU benchmark?
>Might I suggest just forking off Multiple copies of the Unix bench 'float'
>program?

The benefits of the lazy FPU optimization should only occur
when one or more integer only processes is sharing the CPU with one
floating point process, so having multiple floating point
processes will not demonstrate the optmization.

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