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    SubjectRe: lmbench results for 2.4 and 2.5 -- updated results
    > work ~/LMbench2/bin/i686-pc-linux-gnu ENOUGH=1000000 time bw_pipe
    > Pipe bandwidth: 655.37 MB/sec
    > real 0m23.411s
    > user 0m0.480s
    > sys 0m1.180s
    >
    > work ~/LMbench2/bin/i686-pc-linux-gnu time bw_pipe
    > Pipe bandwidth: 809.81 MB/sec
    >
    > real 0m2.821s
    > user 0m0.480s
    > sys 0m1.180s

    OK, is a bit more stable now ... before:

    Process fork+exit: 294.4118 microseconds
    Process fork+exit: 279.1500 microseconds
    Process fork+exit: 280.0000 microseconds
    Process fork+exit: 280.0000 microseconds
    Process fork+exit: 277.2222 microseconds
    Process fork+exit: 286.0000 microseconds
    Process fork+exit: 277.6231 microseconds
    Process fork+exit: 307.1176 microseconds
    Process fork+exit: 295.4706 microseconds
    Process fork+exit: 294.3529 microseconds

    after:

    Process fork+exit: 298.4124 microseconds
    Process fork+exit: 298.6746 microseconds
    Process fork+exit: 297.7784 microseconds
    Process fork+exit: 294.8297 microseconds
    Process fork+exit: 299.6249 microseconds
    Process fork+exit: 297.6771 microseconds
    Process fork+exit: 297.9801 microseconds
    Process fork+exit: 293.1421 microseconds
    Process fork+exit: 281.9868 microseconds

    I can probably butcher that around by taking a few derived medians and
    averages to get pretty consistent numbers out of it (std dev < 1% for 99%
    of the time). Though 10 runs with ENOUGH=1000000 is kinda slow for all
    tests, so I probably won't be able to do this by default for every version.
    If there are any more suggestions on added stability, I'd love to hear them.

    Is cool to have something big enough to profile too ;-)

    Thanks very much,

    M.

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