Diff for /wikisrc/users/jym/benchmarks.mdwn between versions 1.1 and 1.2

version 1.1, 2010/07/10 23:02:32 version 1.2, 2010/07/10 23:25:33
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 ## PAE ##  ## PAE ##
   
   [[build-pae.png]]
   [[hackbench-pae.png]]
   [[sysbench-pae.png]]
   
 Overall, PAE affects memory performance by a 15-20% ratio; this is particularly noticeable with sysbench and hackbench, where bandwidth and thread/process creation time are all slower.  Overall, PAE affects memory performance by a 15-20% ratio; this is particularly noticeable with sysbench and hackbench, where bandwidth and thread/process creation time are all slower.
   
 Userland remains rather unaffected, with differences in the 5% range; build.sh -j4 runs approximately 5% slower under PAE, both for native and Xen case.  Userland remains rather unaffected, with differences in the 5% range; build.sh -j4 runs approximately 5% slower under PAE, both for native and Xen case.
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 ## Xen ballooning ##  ## Xen ballooning ##
   
   [[build-balloon.png]]
   [[hackbench-balloon.png]]
   [[sysbench-balloon.png]]
   
   
 In essence, there is not much to say. Results are all below the 5% margin, adding the balloon thread did not affect performance or process creation/scheduling drastically. It is all noise. The timeout delay added by cherry@ seems to be reasonable (can be revisited later, but does not seem to be critical).  In essence, there is not much to say. Results are all below the 5% margin, adding the balloon thread did not affect performance or process creation/scheduling drastically. It is all noise. The timeout delay added by cherry@ seems to be reasonable (can be revisited later, but does not seem to be critical).

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