> I've updated the "contest" responsiveness benchmark with many code cleanups by
> Rik Van Riel, and a more comprehensive readme. The actual benchmarks have not
> changed from v0.22 onwards. Previous versions were all slightly different
> because of bugs in the code. You can compare like with like from now on. Please
> don't use this to compare different hardware; it is unhelpful and the results
> will only confuse. Use it to compare kernels on the same hardware. I guess it
> could be used to compare filesystems (eg ext3 v reiser) with respect to the
> system maintaining responsiveness, but noone's attempted that yet. If anyone's
> got any other novel uses I'd love to hear them.
> It now has a homepage:
> Please feel free to send me any comments, questions, suggestions
> Con Kolivas
It looks neat, and i'd like to add it to the STP tests.
I noticed you have hardcoded the '-j 4'
Wouldn't it make more sense to adjust that to say, number_of_cpus * 2
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