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    SubjectRe: [BENCHMARK] ext3, reiser, jfs, xfs effect on contest
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    On Saturday 01 Feb 2003 9:21 am, Con Kolivas wrote:
    > Actually the most "felt" of these loads is io_load and based on these
    > results: io_load:
    > Kernel [runs] Time CPU% Loads LCPU% Ratio
    > 2559ext3 3 109 68.8 4 10.1 1.40
    > 2559jfs 3 138 54.3 11 13.8 1.77
    > 2559reiser 3 98 76.5 2 9.2 1.24
    > 2559xfs 3 124 60.5 6 8.0 1.57
    >

    Here is a set of dbench_load results:
    dbench_load:
    Kernel [runs] Time CPU% Loads LCPU% Ratio
    2559ext3 3 115 65.2 3 24.3 1.47
    2559jfs 3 123 61.8 3 19.5 1.58
    2559reiser 3 108 69.4 3 13.9 1.37
    2559xfs 3 118 63.6 3 22.0 1.49

    Note the order correlates with the order of the io_load results.

    Once again reiserfs held up kernel compilation the least. Note they all
    accomplished the same work in that time though.

    Con
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