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Re: revivesa status 2008/07/09
>>>>> On Thu, 24 Jul 2008 09:25:09 -0700,
Jason Thorpe <thorpej%shagadelic.org@localhost> said:
> I don't see a "netbsd-1:1" in that chart.
Yes, of course, because it was measured 5 years ago.
There wasn't netbsd-1:1 at that age.
But I'm sure that netbsd-1:1 is slower than netbsd-SA, since all
1:1 implementations require kernel/userland context switch,
while userland implementations and SA don't need it at all.
There is no reason that netbsd-1:1 can be comparable with netbsd-SA
in this particular benchmark.
Probably netbsd-1:1 will be equal to redhat9-nptl at best, or perhaps
slower than that in this benchmark.
When revivesa is merged into the main trunk, I can measure this
benchmark against both netbsd-1:1 and netbsd-SA under equal condition.
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