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SubjectRe: UNIX bench better on 2.2 than 2.4?
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>>Results:
>>Host1: 2xPIII 550MHz / 1Gb RAM / RAID5 SCSI / 2.4.6smp + LVM
>> Result: 164.7
>>Host2: 2xPIII 866MHz / 1Gb RAM / RAID1 soft IDE / 2.4.16smp + LVM
>> Result: 195.7
>>Host3: 1xPIII 800MHz / 512Mb RAM / IDE / 2.2.19 RedHat 6.2
>> Result: 208.6
>>Host4: 1xPIII 600MHz / 256Mb RAM / IDE / 2.4.19-pre2-ac4-preempt
>> Result: 153.6
>>
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>I dunno what Unix bench is... but isn't 153.6/208.6 close to 600/800
>in terms of a fraction?
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Yes, you are right for this one.
But what impressed me is between Host2/Host3. One is a dual-866 with
2.4.16 and the other is mono-800 with 2.2.19. And the host3 with 2.2.19
is ~7% better than Host2 (Not counting that Host3 has ~8% more CPU
clock, which should have be ~15% better for Host2 vs Host3...)

>Make Host3 or Host4 have both versions of the linux kernel in /boot
>and try each on the same machine.
>
But that's just what I'd like to see. How 2.4 compares vs 2.2
-jec


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