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    SubjectRe: Csum and csum copyroutines benchmark
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    On Fri, 2002-10-25 at 14:59, Denis Vlasenko wrote:
    > Well, that makes it run entirely in L0 cache. This is unrealistic
    > for actual use. movntq is x3 faster when you hit RAM instead of L0.
    >
    > You need to be more clever than that - generate pseudo-random
    > offsets in large buffer and run on ~1K pieces of that buffer.

    In a lot of cases its extremely realistic to assume the network buffers
    are in cache. The copy/csum path is often touching just generated data,
    or data we just accessed via read(). The csum RX path from a card with
    DMA is probably somewhat different.

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