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    SubjectRe: kernel performance update - 2.6.14-rc3
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    > dbench is catching some attention. We just ran it with default
    > parameter. I don't think default parameter is the right one to use
    > on some of our configurations. For example, it shows +100% improvement

    never ever consider dbench a serious benchmark; the thing is you can
    make dbench a lot better very easy; just make the kernel run one thread
    at a time until completion. dbench really gives very variable results,
    but it is not really possible to say if +100% or -100% is an improvement
    or a degredation for real life. So please just don't run it, or at least
    don't interpret the results in a "higher is better" way.

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