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    SubjectRe: Epic regression in throughput since v2.6.23
    On 09/08/2009 03:57 PM, Serge Belyshev wrote:
    > Hi. I've done measurments of time taken by make -j4 kernel build
    > on a quadcore box. Results are interesting: mainline kernel
    > has regressed since v2.6.23 release by more than 10%.

    It seems more people are starting to confirm this issue:

    IMHO it's not *that* dramatic as some people there describe it ("Is it
    the holy grail?") but if something makes your desktop "smooth as silk"
    just like that, it might seem as a holy grail ;) In any case, there
    clearly seems to be a performance problem with the mainline scheduler on
    many people's desktops that are being solved by BFS.

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