Daniel Phillips wrote:
> Just thought I'd bounce this one over to Andrew as a warm-n-fuzzy.
Is a scheduler test, isn't it?
> There's also some kind of hint that preemption improves throughput
One needs to treat any test which involves networking to localhost
with caution. They tend to show large (+/- 10% or more) swings
in throughput from one run to the next. Some sort of cache
associativity thing; not sure.
Running the test between separate machines is much, much more repeatable.
We'll get the cpu-local hot pages list code going soon; that may
provide some benefit to this sort of thing. Even on uniprocessor.
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