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Re: power and performance testing

On Thu, Jun 22, 2006 at 07:15:07AM +0100, Jo Shields wrote:
> fai amd wrote:
> >hi,
> >
> >i am supposed to be doing a benchmark testing of 3 different system
> >configurations of amd64/xeon emt64 systems. the benchmarks should
> >include power consumptions at various loads of cpu/disks/memory usage. 
> >
> >i am was thinking of using bonnie, iozone, cpubench, lapack etc and
> >measure the power consumption using a power strip.

I presume you mean something like an voltmeter and an ammeter?  Or one 
of those thing the electric company uses to figure out how much to 
charge you?

> >
> >it would be great if members could suggest some better ideas or other
> >benchmarks that are there to test the performance and power consumption
> >of systems. which would give better statistics.
> >
> >thanks
> >john.
> >
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> You won't get meaningfully different figures from running different 
> benchmarks - as long as the system is under "normal" heavy load, then 
> you'll get approximate figures (and there's no sensible way to get exact 
> figures)
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