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SubjectRe: System response benchmarks in performance patches
From: Con Kolivas <conman@kolivas.net>

> Quoting Paolo Ciarrocchi <ciarrocchi@linuxmail.org>:
>
> > [...]
> > >http://kernel.kolivas.net under the FAQ. A final >reminder note: it won't
> > work on
> > >2.5.x
> >
> > Con,
> > I think that only the _memload_ test is not
> > working with 2.5.*, am I wrong?
>
> Correct. memload determines the amount of memory to allocate based on
> /proc/meminfo which has changed in 2.5.x
Rik has a pacth for this (thanks ;-).
Let me know when you are going to release a new version of the benchmark.

[...]
> P.S. How does 2.4.19-ck7 compare ;-)
Downloaded, compiled and tested ;-)
BTW, I tested also the latest compressed cache patch.

_NOLOAD_
Kernel Time CPU
2.4.19 7:37.99 99%
2.5.34 7:47.68 99%
2.4.19-0.24pre4 7:38.17 99%
2.4.19-ck7 7:35.54 99%

_CPULOAD_
Kernel Time CPU
2.4.19 9:07.80 82%
2.5.34 8:50.56 87%
2.4.19-0.24pre4 9:07.61 82%
2.4.19-ck7 8:38.07 87%

_IOLOAD_
Kernel Time CPU
2.4.19 11:23.86 65%
2.5.34 10:48.24 72%
2.4.19-0.24pre4 11:51.79 63%
2.4.19-ck7 10:41.56 71%

_MEMLOAD_
Kernel Time CPU
2.4.19 10:00.63 78%
2.5.34 [7:45.80] [99%]
2.4.19-0.24pre4 10:37.85 78%
2.4.19-ck7 10:46.06 72%

Ciao,
Paolo
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