On Sat, Nov 10, 2012 at 08:30:06PM +0000, Wookey wrote: > +++ Steve McIntyre [2012-11-10 18:28 +0000]: > > > *If* we want to include x32, it's worth describing it and > > understanding the potential benefits properly and getting some > > benchmarks. There's been some work in Ubuntu on the benchmarking front > > (as I saw mentioned in a session at UDS last week), which should be > > worth looking at. Hmmm, can't find any direct links to them, > > though. :-( Maybe somebody else can fill in here? > > These were discussed at UDS: > http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~cking/x32/Quantal-x32-power-memory-comparisons.ods > > comparing 64/64 64/32 32/32 kernel/userspace for various tasks, memory > usage, power consumption, and duration where approporiate. How did this guy manage to run x32 on a "32 bit kernel"? Something is amiss here... -- How to squander your resources: those silly Swedes have a sauce named "hovmästarsås", the best thing ever to put on cheese, yet they waste it solely on mere salmon.
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