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SubjectRe: SLUB performance regression vs SLAB
On Thu, Oct 04, 2007 at 01:55:37PM -0700, David Miller wrote:
> Anything, I do mean anything, can be simulated using small test
> programs. Pointing at a big fancy machine with lots of storage
> and disk is a passive aggressive way to avoid the real issues,
> in that nobody is putting forth the effort to try and come up
> with an at least publishable test case that Christoph can use to
> help you guys.
>
> If coming up with a reproducable and publishable test case is
> the difference between this getting fixed and it not getting
> fixed, are you going to invest the time to do that?

If that's what it takes, then yes. But I'm far from convinced that
it's as easy to come up with a TPC benchmark simulator as you think.
There have been efforts in the past (orasim, for example), but
presumably Christoph has already tried these benchmarks.

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