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SubjectRe: [PATCH]O14int
At 12:33 AM 8/12/2003 +1000, Con Kolivas wrote:

>I'm trying to work on it I hope you can report exactly what your issue is and
>I'll try and address it. Do you really compile jobs make -j10 each time while
>using your machine? (rhetoric question of course since there is absolutely no
>advantage to doing that without lots of cpus). If not, how does it perform
>under your real world conditions?

Um, slight ~objection.

What's the difference between one tester running a make -j10 and 10
students compiling their assignments in a multiuser box? I test throughput
with make -j30 on a 128Mb 500Mhz PIII, because I know for a very very many
times measured fact that the box can handle this (heavy but _not_ extreme)
load. It's not the only load in the world, but it's such a dead simple
load that the kernel dare not have difficulty with it IMHO.

-Mike

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