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SubjectRe: 2.5.59-mm7 results with database 'benchmark'
David Mansfield <lkml@dm.cobite.com> wrote:
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>
> The (slight) advantage that the 2.5.59 series had over the RedHat
> kernels has evaporated. But it was marginal to begin with.

Could you test 2.5.59-base? Could be that 2.5.59-mm7 is slower for some
reason.

Or it could be that the increased CPU speed now makes the load alternate
between 100% cpu-bound and 100% IO-bound rather than some combination of
both. (If you understand what I mean by this, please explain it to me some
time).


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