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    SubjectRe: 2.6.5-mm5
    On 16 Apr, Ingo Molnar wrote:
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    > * markw@osdl.org <markw@osdl.org> wrote:
    >
    >> I have more results with DBT-2 on my 4-way Xeon system:
    >> http://developer.osdl.org/markw/fs/dbt2_project_results.html
    >>
    >> It doesn't look like the latest cpu scheduler work is helping this
    >> workload. I've also made sure that the database was set to use fsync
    >> instead of fdatasync so you can see if those fsync speedup patches are
    >> offering anything with this workload too.
    >>
    >> ext2 ext3
    >> 2.6.5-mm5 2165 1933
    >> 2.6.5-mm4 2180
    >> 2.6.5-mm3 2165 1930
    >> 2.6.5 2385
    >
    > how stable are the results? Could the 2180 => 2165 drop be noise?

    I've found results to bt stable within a few percent, so this drop could
    be noise.

    Mark
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