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Subject[BENCHMARK] 2.5.43-mm2 with contest
Here are the updated benchmarks with contest v0.51 (http://contest.kolivas.net)
showing the change from -mm1 to -mm2. Other results removed for clarity.

noload:
Kernel [runs] Time CPU% Loads LCPU% Ratio
2.4.18 [3] 71.8 93 0 0 1.01
2.5.43 [2] 74.6 92 0 0 1.04
2.5.43-mm1 [4] 74.9 93 0 0 1.05
2.5.43-mm2 [2] 73.4 93 0 0 1.03

Interesting. This was significant. The slow start that occurs with noload after
a memory flush seems to have been tamed somewhat.

process_load:
Kernel [runs] Time CPU% Loads LCPU% Ratio
2.5.43 [2] 99.7 71 44 31 1.40
2.5.43-mm1 [5] 100.4 73 37 28 1.41
2.5.43-mm2 [2] 105.8 71 44 31 1.48

One pathological run removed from -mm1 and 3 removed from -mm2. Don't know why
it's getting stuck doing process_load now and the other 2.5 kernels only do it
at bigger data sizes for process_load. 2.4 doesnt seem to exhibit this at all.

ctar_load:
Kernel [runs] Time CPU% Loads LCPU% Ratio
2.5.43 [1] 97.6 79 1 7 1.37
2.5.43-mm1 [3] 94.6 81 1 6 1.32
2.5.43-mm2 [1] 92.3 82 1 5 1.29

xtar_load:
Kernel [runs] Time CPU% Loads LCPU% Ratio
2.5.43 [1] 114.9 67 1 7 1.61
2.5.43-mm1 [3] 221.2 46 3 7 3.10
2.5.43-mm2 [2] 171.0 45 2 8 2.39

Improvement

io_load:
Kernel [runs] Time CPU% Loads LCPU% Ratio
2.5.43 [1] 578.9 13 45 12 8.11
2.5.43-mm1 [3] 383.0 21 27 11 5.36
2.5.43-mm2 [2] 301.1 26 21 11 4.22

Improvement

read_load:
Kernel [runs] Time CPU% Loads LCPU% Ratio
2.5.43 [3] 117.3 64 6 3 1.64
2.5.43-mm1 [3] 104.4 74 7 4 1.46
2.5.43-mm2 [1] 105.7 73 6 4 1.48

list_load:
Kernel [runs] Time CPU% Loads LCPU% Ratio
2.5.43 [2] 93.0 76 1 18 1.30
2.5.43-mm1 [3] 97.3 73 0 19 1.36
2.5.43-mm2 [1] 98.9 72 1 23 1.39

mem_load:
Kernel [runs] Time CPU% Loads LCPU% Ratio
2.5.43 [1] 102.0 75 28 2 1.43
2.5.43-mm1 [3] 104.4 71 27 2 1.46
2.5.43-mm2 [2] 106.5 69 27 2 1.49

Removal of per-cpu pages patch does not seem to have been detrimental to contest
benchmarks at least - perhaps this is responsible for the noload being better now?

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