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Re: MP kernel test on Via mini-itx 533 mhz embedded fanless cpu
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- Subject: Re: MP kernel test on Via mini-itx 533 mhz embedded fanless cpu
- From: "Craig Hammond" <Craig@sbisolutions.com.au>
- Date: Wed, 30 Jun 2004 09:58:50 +1000
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- Thread-Topic: MP kernel test on Via mini-itx 533 mhz embedded fanless cpu
>26th June Snapshot.
>No problems on MP kernel.
>X, httpd ok
>-current kernel compile and make build all worked.
Just to add to my own post.
I know benchmarks weren't called for but I did one anyway and was
surprised at how little difference the MP kernel made on a single cpu
system. From what I was reading on the list, I was expecting it to be
noticably slower running an MP kernel on an single cpu.
Compiling a GENERIC.MP kernel with just GENERIC took 22 minutes 47
Compiling a GENERIC.MP kernel with the GENERIC.MP kernel took 23 minutes
If my maths is correct, that's only about a 1% increase. Bugger all