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SubjectRe: Intel P6 vs P7 system call performance
On 13 Dec 2002, GrandMasterLee wrote:

> there. On my quad P4 Xeon 1.6Ghz with 1M L3 cache, I can compile a
> kernel in about 35 seconds. Mind you that's my own config, not
> *everything*. On a dual athlon MP at 1.8 Ghz, I get about 5 mins or so.
> Both are running with make -jx where X is the saturation value.

Something seems odd about the athlon MP time, I've got a celeron 533
with slow disks that does a pretty standard make dep ; make of 2.4.20 in
7m05, which is not that much different considering it's a third the speed,
and one cpu instead of two.

The single P4/2.53 in another machine can haul down in 3m17s

Guess our kernel .config's or version must vary greatly.

Mike

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