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Subject[BENCHMARK] contest results for 2.5.36
Here are the latest results with 2.5.36 compared with 2.5.34

No Load:
Kernel Time CPU
2.4.19 68.14 99%
2.4.20-pre7 68.11 99%
2.5.34 69.88 99%
2.4.19-ck7 68.40 98%
2.4.19-ck7-rmap 68.73 99%
2.4.19-cc 68.37 99%
2.5.36 69.58 99%

Process Load:
Kernel Time CPU
2.4.19 81.10 80%
2.4.20-pre7 81.92 80%
2.5.34 71.39 94%
2.5.36 71.80 94%

Mem Load:
Kernel Time CPU
2.4.19 92.49 77%
2.4.20-pre7 92.25 77%
2.5.34 138.05 54%
2.5.36 132.45 56%

IO Halfmem Load:
Kernel Time CPU
2.4.19 99.41 70%
2.4.20-pre7 99.42 71%
2.5.34 74.31 93%
2.5.36 94.82 76%

IO Fullmem Load:
Kernel Time CPU
2.4.19 173.00 41%
2.4.20-pre7 146.38 48%
2.5.34 74.00 94%
2.5.36 87.57 81%


The full log for 2.5.34 is:

noload Time: 69.88 CPU: 99% Major Faults: 247874 Minor Faults: 295941
process_load Time: 71.39 CPU: 94% Major Faults: 204811 Minor Faults: 256001
io_halfmem Time: 74.31 CPU: 93% Major Faults: 204019 Minor Faults: 255284
Was writing number 4 of a 112Mb sized io_load file after 76 seconds
io_fullmem Time: 74.00 CPU: 94% Major Faults: 204019 Minor Faults: 255289
Was writing number 2 of a 224Mb sized io_load file after 98 seconds
mem_load Time: 138.05 CPU: 54% Major Faults: 204107 Minor Faults: 255695


and for 2.5.36 is:

noload Time: 69.58 CPU: 99% Major Faults: 242825 Minor Faults: 292307
process_load Time: 71.80 CPU: 94% Major Faults: 205009 Minor Faults: 256150
io_halfmem Time: 94.82 CPU: 76% Major Faults: 204019 Minor Faults: 255214
Was writing number 6 of a 112Mb sized io_load file after 104 seconds
io_fullmem Time: 87.57 CPU: 81% Major Faults: 204019 Minor Faults: 255312
Was writing number 3 of a 224Mb sized io_load file after 119 seconds
mem_load Time: 132.45 CPU: 56% Major Faults: 204115 Minor Faults: 255234


As you can see, going from 2.5.34 to 2.5.36 has had a minor improvement in
response under memory loading, but a drop in response under IO load. The log
shows more was written by the IO load during benchmarking in 2.5.36 The values
are different from the original 2.5.34 results I posted as there was a problem
with the potential for loads overlapping, and doing the memory load before
others made for heavy swapping afterwards.

contest has been upgraded to v0.34 with numerous small changes and a few fixes.
It can be downloaded here:

http://contest.kolivas.net

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