Subject: Re: bogomips
Date: Thu, Nov 12, 1998 at 12:56:21AM +0100
In reply to:Martin Bialasinski
Quoting Martin Bialasinski(firstname.lastname@example.org):
> >> "w" == wtopa <email@example.com> writes:
> w> Yes that would seem about right. The problem I have is that my
> w> 166MMX gives me 149.9 BogoMips on my Slackware partition and only
> w> 130.6 on my Debian partition. Same hardware (same box).
> Same kernelversion? The bogomips implementation changes sometimes.
Yes. 2.0.34/35 on Slackware 149.9. On debian 2.0.34 120 Bogomips and
on 2.0.35 130.6. The .config's on both dists are the same as well.
Interesting, isn't it. NOT! I am confused by the change in Debian
kernels. On Slackware I have gone from 2.0.30 - 35 with no change at
all, allways 149.9. I did note that on Slackware 3.5 (just installed)
on a scsi drive on sba1, kernel 2.1.127 gets 149.5. This is the first
run on that kernel and I have a bunch of new stuff compiled into the
kernel, so that _may_ account for the change.
Would appreciate it if anyone could give me some reason for the
difference in the Debian kernel.
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- Re: bogomips
- From: Matus "fantomas" Uhlar <firstname.lastname@example.org>