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SubjectRe: VM changes added to performance patches for 2.4.19
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> Quoting Daniel Phillips <phillips@arcor.de>:
> > Would you be so kind as to attempt to quantify that?
>
> Ummm... I'm not sure if you're making fun or me? I haven't done any objective
> tests so I can't quantify it ??
>
> I just found the responsiveness of the machine a little better and don't have
> the resources, time or inclination to test it with a benchmark. It's my
> understanding that the -aa patch performed better on benchmarks, but that some
> people reported the responsiveness was better with -rmap anyway. I'd agree with
> the latter statement. I offer both patches with mine so if people want to try my
> patch and feel strongly either way they can choose. My aim is to optimise system
> response for single cpu desktops, not multi cpu servers.
>
> Con.
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Con,
Thanks for the work, and nice web page!
To help with the testing, i have taken the liberty of adding your 2.4.19-ck3
patch to the OSDL's Patch
LifeCycle Manager. It's patch # 768. I've queued up a couple of the basic
tests against it, (dbench, dbt1 )
If you want to add future versions and get some testing run, see
http://osdl.org/cgi-bin/plm - it's really easy,
and you can use OSDL to make up for your lack of hardware. We do focus more
on multi-cpu systems, but
we're always interested in scheduler tests.

cliffw




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