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SubjectRe: [BENCHMARK] AIM9 results. 2.4.19 vs 2.5.58 vs 2.5.63
> page_test 10000 123.9       210630.00 System Allocations & Pages/second
> page_test 10000 102.8 174760.00 System Allocations & Pages/second
> page_test 10010 101.898 173226.77 System Allocations & Pages/second
> ^^^^^Here we are still slowe then 2.4.19
>
> brk_test 10010 48.951 832167.83 System Memory Allocations/second
> brk_test 10000 43.7 742900.00 System Memory Allocations/second
> brk_test 10020 41.018 697305.39 System Memory Allocations/second
> ^^^^Slower then .58 and a lot slower then 2.4.19
>
> exec_test 10000 13.8 69.00 Program Loads/second
> exec_test 10030 12.8614 64.31 Program Loads/second
> exec_test 10020 12.7745 63.87 Program Loads/second
> ^^^^ Slower then 2.4.19
>
> fork_test 10000 44.8 4480.00 Task Creations/second
> fork_test 10020 24.8503 2485.03 Task Creations/second
> fork_test 10000 23.2 2320.00 Task Creations/second
> ^^^^^ A lot slower then 2.4.19

Could you compare 63 mainline to -mjb or -mm with objrmap patches in?
I think you'll get significant improvements on the tests above.

> mem_rtns_1 10000 27.7 831000.00 Dynamic Memory Operations/second
> mem_rtns_1 10000 24.1 723000.00 Dynamic Memory Operations/second
> mem_rtns_1 10020 22.7545 682634.73 Dynamic Memory Operations/second
> ^^^^^Slow, slow, slow...
>
> misc_rtns_1 10000 782.2 7822.00 Auxiliary Loops/second
> misc_rtns_1 10000 706 7060.00 Auxiliary Loops/second
> misc_rtns_1 10000 686.9 6869.00 Auxiliary Loops/second
> ^^^^ Slow too...
>
> shared_memory 10000 2227.4 222740.00 Shared Memory Operations/second
> shared_memory 10000 1973.1 197310.00 Shared Memory Operations/second
> shared_memory 10000 1955.2 195520.00 Shared Memory Operations/second
> ^^^^Slow, slow, slow...

And possibly those three as well, though I'm less sure.

Thanks,

M.

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