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Subject[BENCHMARK] 2.5.38-mm2 contest results


Here follow the contest benchmarks for 2.5.38-mm2

NoLoad:
Kernel Time CPU
2.4.19 66.56 99%
2.5.38 68.25 99%
2.5.38-mm1 67.17 99%
2.5.38-mm2 67.48 99%

Process Load:
Kernel Time CPU
2.4.19 81.29 80%
2.5.38 71.60 95%
2.5.38-mm1 70.49 95%
2.5.38-mm2 70.82 95%

IO Half Load:
Kernel Time CPU
2.4.19 101.39 69%
2.5.38 81.26 90%
2.5.38-mm1 82.52 87%
2.5.38-mm2 78.46 91%

IO Full Load:
Kernel Time CPU
2.4.19 170.70 41%
2.5.38 170.21 42%
2.5.38-mm1 434.41 16%
2.5.38-mm2 108.15 66%

Mem Load:
Kernel Time CPU
2.4.19 93.33 77%
2.5.38 104.22 70%
2.5.38-mm1 92.97 77%
2.5.38-mm2 90.89 80%

As akpm has said, mm2 should fix the write starves read problem in mm2 and this
is clearly shown in the IO full load results being substantially better.
This is on an IDE system.

Other results removed for clarity. All tests are done with gcc2.95.3 :\

Con.
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