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SubjectRe: [RFC PATCH v2 00/17] Core scheduling v2
On Sat, Apr 27, 2019 at 5:17 PM Ingo Molnar <mingo@kernel.org> wrote:
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> * Aubrey Li <aubrey.intel@gmail.com> wrote:
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> > I have the same environment setup above, for nosmt cases, I used
> > /sys interface Thomas mentioned, below is the result:
> >
> > NA/AVX baseline(std%) coresched(std%) +/- nosmt(std%) +/-
> > 1/1 1.987( 1.97%) 2.043( 1.76%) -2.84% 1.985( 1.70%) 0.12%
> > NA/AVX baseline(std%) coresched(std%) +/- nosmt(std%) +/-
> > 2/2 2.074( 1.16%) 2.057( 2.09%) 0.81% 2.072( 0.77%) 0.10%
> > NA/AVX baseline(std%) coresched(std%) +/- nosmt(std%) +/-
> > 4/4 2.140( 0.00%) 2.138( 0.49%) 0.09% 2.137( 0.89%) 0.12%
> > NA/AVX baseline(std%) coresched(std%) +/- nosmt(std%) +/-
> > 8/8 2.140( 0.00%) 2.144( 0.53%) -0.17% 2.140( 0.00%) 0.00%
> > NA/AVX baseline(std%) coresched(std%) +/- nosmt(std%) +/-
> > 16/16 2.361( 2.99%) 2.369( 2.65%) -0.30% 2.406( 2.53%) -1.87%
> > NA/AVX baseline(std%) coresched(std%) +/- nosmt(std%) +/-
> > 32/32 5.032( 8.68%) 3.485( 0.49%) 30.76% 6.002(27.21%) -19.27%
> > NA/AVX baseline(std%) coresched(std%) +/- nosmt(std%) +/-
> > 64/64 7.577(34.35%) 3.972(23.18%) 47.57% 18.235(14.14%) -140.68%
> > NA/AVX baseline(std%) coresched(std%) +/- nosmt(std%) +/-
> > 128/128 24.639(14.28%) 27.440( 8.24%) -11.37% 34.746( 6.92%) -41.02%
> > NA/AVX baseline(std%) coresched(std%) +/- nosmt(std%) +/-
> > 256/256 38.797( 8.59%) 44.067(16.20%) -13.58% 42.536( 7.57%) -9.64%
>
> What do these numbers mean? Are these latencies, i.e. lower is better?

Yeah, like above setup, I run sysbench(Non-AVX task, NA) and gemmbench
(AVX512 task, AVX) in different level utilizatoin. The machine has 104 CPUs, so
nosmt has 52 CPUs. These numbers are 95th percentile latency of sysbench,
lower is better.

Thanks,
-Aubrey

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