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SubjectRe: VM: 2.4.10 vs. 2.4.10-ac2 and qsort()
At 16.23 01/10/01 -0300, you wrote:
>On Mon, 1 Oct 2001, Lorenzo Allegrucci wrote:
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>> Disclaimer:
>> I don't know if this "benchmark" is meaningful or not, but anyhow..
>
>I'm not sure either, since qsort doesn't really have much
>locality of reference but just walks all over the place.

Yes, it was exactly my goal :)

>This is direct contrast with the basic assumption on which
>VM and CPU caches are built ;)

Indeed, it put strain the VM by a pseudo random-sequential access pattern.

>I wonder how eg. merge sort would perform ...

It would perform better, but merge sort doesn't trash the system :)
I wanted to test the system in trashing conditions.
Just curious.


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Lorenzo
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