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    SubjectRe: Netperf TCP_RR(loopback) 10% regression in 2.6.24-rc6, comparing with 2.6.22
    >>*) netperf/netserver support CPU affinity within themselves with the 
    >>global -T option to netperf. Is the result with taskset much different?
    >> The equivalent to the above would be to run netperf with:
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    >>./netperf -T 0,7 ..
    >
    > I checked the source codes and didn't find this option.
    > I use netperf V2.3 (I found the number in the makefile).

    Indeed, that version pre-dates the -T option. If you weren't already
    chasing a regression I'd suggest an upgrade to 2.4.mumble. Once you are
    at a point where changing another variable won't muddle things you may
    want to consider upgrading.

    happy benchmarking,

    rick jones


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