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[ALLY] Re: View Speed Test

From: peoyli:algonet:se at: 10-May-2001 1:53

..and another test on the Latitude.. Dell Latitude CPx H500GT, win98, P-III 500MHz, 128Mb RAM, ATI Rage Mobility M1, 8Mb at 1024x768, 24 bit on local TFT Performance Test Results for P-O Yliniemi Interpreter time: 0:00:01.15 282.61 Bitmap time: 0:00:00.71 563.38 OS window time: 0:00:01.87 240.64 .. Notice the really enormous difference between /View on windoze and /View on Solaris (using exactly the same configuration gave me 135.84, 71.22 and 61.37 using Solaris).. Shouldn't 'Interpreter time' be the same between the OSes on the same machine ?
> > > > Would also be interesting if everyone could add a RC5 benchmark to their > > results, since this test seems to give very small differences between OSes > > on the same system. > > > I am not familiar with RC5. I would guess that scripts which don't use > view/vid (like my loop-timer.r script) would run at comparable speeds with > different OS on same box.
The RC5/OGR client uses an optimized core for the CPU it finds, but the speed results are quite comparable between different OSes on the same machine, at least within 10% of each other. Just about to run the RC5 client on win at the laptop to see the results there.. Laptop results for DNETC client's benchmark test ( RC5 Solaris 1,393,046.37 keys/s win 1,403,556.09 keys/s --diff-- win about +7% OGR Solaris 3,106,630.25 nodes/s win 3,426,231.61 nodes/s --diff-- win about +10% I will try out your loop-timer.r script to see if I get comparable results between OSes on the other solaris/win box... btw.. I like the speed of my laptop :) /PeO