RE: [announce] linux kernel performance project launch at

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[email protected] wrote on Thursday, July 14, 2005 3:18 PM
> "Chen, Kenneth W" <[email protected]> writes:
> > I'm pleased to announce that we have established a linux kernel
> > performance project, hosted at
> > 
> >
> That's very cool. Thanks a lot.

Thank you.

> Would it be possible to add 2.4.30 numbers and perhaps one or two 
> distro kernels (let's say RHEL3/4, SLES8/9) to the graphs 
> as data points for comparison? These are all very tuned
> kernels and would show where mainline is worse than them.

We did have a distro kernel in the graph originally and later decided
to go with pure mainline kernels for consistency.  We will see what we
can do to add them in the future.

> Also how did you run netperf? Locally or to some other machine? 
> Perhaps that should be documented.

Yes, that was netperf, running locally.  Thanks for the suggestion, I
will document that appropriately.

> Some oprofile listings from a few of the test runs would be also nice.

That is in the works.  We will upload profile data.  I'm having problem
with oprofile on some versions of kernel and that is being investigated
right now.

- Ken

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