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SubjectRe: tbench regression with 2.6.33-rc1
On Fri, 2009-12-25 at 19:11 +0800, Lin Ming wrote:
> Hi,
> Test machine: 16 cpus (4P/2Core/HT), 8G mem
> tbench test command:
> tbench_srv &
> tbench 32
> Compared with 2.6.32, tbench has ~4% regression in 2.6.33-rc1.
> >From vmstat data, the context switch number also drop ~4%.
> perf top data does not show much differences.
> But lockstat data shows huge difference in rq->lock, as below.
> See the attachment for the full lockstat data.
> Any clue of this regression?

Nope, I thought to see the same on a dual-socket machine, but when
bisecting I ended up on a user-space perf commit, which is pretty much

I did notice some variance in the numbers between boots, maybe it was
large enough to fool me.. (~2800 MB/s was the good one, ~2200 MB/s was
the bad one).

perf itself also didn't really provide clue, perf record -ag on the
workload didn't really show anything scheduler related. vmstat 1 did
show a proportional drop in context switch rate between the kernels
though.. most odd.

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