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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/5] LSM hook updates
Quoting Chris Wright (chrisw@osdl.org):
> > A little surprising: kernbench is improved, but dbench and tbench
> > are worse - though within the 95% CI.
>
> It is interesting. Would be good to see what happens with the cap_ bits
> used in SELinux instead of secondary callout.

Here are the new numbers next to the originals. 'patchedv2' is
obviously with your new patch. Kernbench keeps getting faster :)

dbench (throughput, larger is better):
original: 357.957780 +/- 3.509188
patched: 351.266820 +/- 4.736168
patchedv2: 352.414880 +/- 3.649639

tbench (throughput, larger is better):
original: 38.710270 +/- 0.028970
patched: 38.210506 +/- 0.032954
patchedv2: 38.018038 +/- 0.024762

kernbench (time, smaller is better):
original: 91.837000 +/- 0.324471
patched: 91.466000 +/- 0.308797
patchedv2: 91.079000 +/- 0.236836

reaim (#children vs throughput, larger is better):

original:
1 48702.197000 1875.223996
3 131411.870000 4497.107969
5 130219.174000 6365.289551
7 162377.027000 3131.071134
9 155432.904000 4964.935291
11 169784.384000 4490.812272
13 164540.169000 3902.652904
15 172983.569000 3149.934591

patched:
1 47525.273000 1509.578035
3 132151.651000 2282.043786
5 131244.291000 5874.212092
7 165629.693000 4646.641230
9 156163.110000 3422.903849
11 170608.526000 4132.988693
13 164863.102000 3664.214481
15 172947.803000 2548.662380

patchedv2:
1 46796.702000 1454.752458
3 126771.430000 3296.287229
5 132779.408000 4786.218275
7 165525.949000 3364.383587
9 156160.772000 3358.822121
11 172681.856000 2524.954098
13 162618.395000 4892.710796
15 172982.170000 3105.761847

> Also, need to run ia64,
> do you have an ia64 box?

Not a one, I'm afraid.

-serge
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