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SubjectRe: Revealing benchmarks and new version of contest.
From: Con Kolivas <conman@kolivas.net>
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> Below are the new benchmarks with these loads:
Con,
I have different results:

_NOLOAD_
Kernel Time CPU
2.4.19 2:04.34 99%
2.4.19-ck7 2:03.70 99%
2.4.19-0.24pre4 2:03.81 99%
2.5.34 2:07.24 99%

_CPULOAD_
Kernel Time CPU
2.4.19 2:27.98 81%
2.4.19-ck7 2:19.14 87%
2.4.19-0.24pre4 2:27.56 81%
2.5.34 2:22.09 88%

_MEMLOAD_
Kernel Time CPU
2.4.19 2:50.46 74%
2.4.19-ck7 2:34.80 80%
2.4.19-0.24pre4 2:59.07 77%
2.5.34 3:11.77 67%

_IOLOADHALF_ (compressed cache kerenel is the winner)
Kernel Time CPU
2.4.19 6:12.45 33%
2.4.19-ck7 9:35.92 21%
2.4.19-0.24pre4 3:55.21 53%
2.5.34 8:08.52 26%

_IOLOADFULL_
(Compressed Cache Kernel is the winner)
(I stopped 2.5.34 after 2 hours!!!, hard reboot needed)
Kernel Time CPU
2.4.19 6:45.87 31%
2.4.19-ck7 16:45.95 12%
2.4.19-0.24pre4 3:16.63 63%

2.5.34 is preemption ON
HW is a HP omnibook6000, 256 MiB RAM, PIII@800

Ciao,
Paolo

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