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SubjectRe: VM tests on 5 recent kernels
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On Tue, Nov 27, 2001 at 08:58:51AM -0800, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> What happens to the MP3 numbers if you run it a few times on the exact
> same kernel?

There is some variance between tests. On the 5 kernels tested bunch,
2.4.16 was up for about 1.5 days before it's test was run. (the other
kernels were booted before tests)

2.4.16
mp3 played 372 of 392 seconds (95%) fresh boot
mp3 played 312 of 371 seconds (84%)

2.5.1-pre1 was up for about 18 hours, and I re-ran the test on it.

2.5.1-pre1
mp3 played 361 of 365 seconds (99%) fresh boot
mp3 played 350 of 378 seconds (93%)

It may be normal variance, or fresh boot syndrome.

--
Randy Hron

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