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SubjectRe: Minutes from Feb 21 LSE Call
Larry McVoy wrote:
> The point is that if you are putting SMP changes into the system, you
> have to be held to a higher standard for measurement given the past
> track record of SMP changes increasing code length and cache footprints.

So you probably want to run this benchmark on a synthetic CPU a la
cachegrind. The difficult part would be to come up with a reasonably
understandable additive metric for cache pressure.

(I guess there goes another call to arms to academia :-)

- Werner

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