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SubjectRe: [BENCHMARK] 2.4.{18,19{-ck9},20rc1{-aa1}} with contest
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Am Samstag, 9. November 2002 04:54 schrieb Con Kolivas:
> >Andreww Morton wrote:
> >> Con Kolivas wrote:
> >> > io_load:
> >> > Kernel [runs] Time CPU% Loads LCPU% Ratio
> >> > 2.4.18 [3] 474.1 15 36 10 6.64
> >> > 2.4.19 [3] 492.6 14 38 10 6.90
> >> > 2.4.19-ck9 [2] 140.6 49 5 5 1.97
> >> > 2.4.20-rc1 [2] 1142.2 6 90 10 16.00
> >> > 2.4.20-rc1aa1 [1] 1132.5 6 90 10 15.86
> >>
> >> 2.4.20-pre3 included some elevator changes. I assume they are the
> >> cause of this. Those changes have propagated into Alan's and Andrea's
> >> kernels. Hence they have significantly impacted the responsiveness
> >> of all mainstream 2.4 kernels under heavy writes.
> >>
> >> (The -ck patch includes rmap14b which includes the read-latency2 thing)
> >
> >No, the 2.4.19-ck9 that I have (the default?) include -AA and preemption
> > (!!!)
>
> Err I made the ck patchset so I think I should know. ck9 came only as one
> patch which included O(1),Low Latency, Preempt, Compressed Caching,
> Supermount, ALSA and XFS. CK10-13 on the otherhand had optional Compressed
> Caching OR AA OR Rmap. By default since they are 2.4 kernels they all
> include the vanilla aa vm, but the ck trunk with AA has the extra AA vm
> addons only available in the -AA kernel set. If you disabled compressed
> caching in ck9 you got only the vanilla 2.4.19 vm.

Then I mixed it up with 2.4.19-llck5 -AA.
To much versions... Sorry!

-Dieter
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