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SubjectRe: 2.5.38-mm2 dbench $N times
At some point in the past, Andrew Morton wrote:
>> dbench 16 on that sort of machine is a memory bandwidth test.
>> And a dcache lock exerciser. It basically doesn't touch the
>> disk. Something very bad is happening.
>> Anton can get 3000 MByte/sec ;)

On Tue, Sep 24, 2002 at 06:08:59PM -0700, Dave Hansen wrote:
> Bill's Machine cost around $50, plus the cost to repair the walls that I
> crushed when hauling the pieces around. Anton's cost $2 million. Bill
> wins :)
> Are you trying to bind the processes anywhere? I wonder what would happen
> if you make it always run quad 0...

It's probably more an artifact of not having substantial I/O subsystems.
This is basically a single-JBOD test.

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