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Con Kolivas writes:

> Nick Piggin writes:
>
>> Con Kolivas wrote:
>>> Andrew Morton wrote:
>>
>>> Anyone with feedback on this please cc me. This was developed separately
>>> from the -mm series which has heaps of other scheduler patches which
>>> were not trivial to merge with so there may be teething problems. Good
>>> reports dont hurt either ;)
>>>
>>
>> I can't get onto the OSDL site now, but I seem to remember staircase
>> having some performance problems on a few things. Hackbench and reaim
>> from memory... are these fixed? was I dreaming?
>
> Definitely dreaming I'm afraid :D
>
> The performance on both reaim and hackbench has always equalled or exceeded
> mainline so thanks for bringing it up.

Funny I just happen to have a few stored results which the urls do work for.
Reaim normally on 8x with the default options gets about 7500-7700 jobs per
minute.

Here are the links for 2.6.8-rc2-mm2 with default setting:
Peak load Test: Maximum Jobs per Minute
8248.40 (average of 3 runs)
Quick Convergence Test: Maximum Jobs per
Minute 7723.62 (average of 3 runs)
http://khack.osdl.org/stp/295657/

in non interactive mode:
Peak load Test: Maximum Jobs per Minute
8379.02 (average of 3 runs)
Quick Convergence Test: Maximum Jobs per
Minute 7922.50 (average of 3 runs)
http://khack.osdl.org/stp/295658/

and in compute mode:
Peak load Test: Maximum Jobs per Minute 8590.94 (average of 3 runs)
Quick Convergence Test: Maximum Jobs per Minute 8294.81 (average of 3 runs)
http://khack.osdl.org/stp/295659/

Con

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