On Mon, Apr 23, 2001 at 08:06:11PM -0500, Andy Carlson wrote:
> I was playing around with a program that I was using to time differences
> between kernels (a silly prime program that puts out 1000000 primes). I
> noticed a very strange behaviour. On a fresh boot, with the Penguin
> pictures that the Matrox FB driver puts up, the prime program runs
> 1 minute, 30 seconds. If I reset, it still runs 1M30S. If I start X,
> and exit, it runs 48 seconds. Is this a known behaviour? Thanks.
is there any change in /proc/mtrr before and after X?
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