Re: To Bogomips or not to Bogomips?

Pavel Machek (
Thu, 21 May 1998 22:56:09 +0200


> > Please keep it. If someone wants to know MHz, get that userland
> > utility. But keep bogomips in kernel.
> Bogomips will still be reported every time at kernel boot time. If
> anybody wants to check it, just do "dmesg".

No. dmesg overflows. It does on my machine pretty fast, it does on
production servers. You may not rely on dmesg.


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