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Thread: LLVM's Clang Is Finally The FreeBSD x86 Compiler

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    How do you benchmark a kernel anyway ? Most of the benchmarks on Phoronix are testing programs.
    What will a kernel benchmark include ? latency ? throughput ? memory consumption ? better scheduling ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mayankleoboy1 View Post
    How do you benchmark a kernel anyway ? Most of the benchmarks on Phoronix are testing programs.
    What will a kernel benchmark include ? latency ? throughput ? memory consumption ? better scheduling ?
    Probably like this: http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~kc5dm/projects/osperf.pdf

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    Fuck this idiotic crappy Clang!!!!!!!!!! Fucking shit Clang doomed little chicken FreeBSD to death. Lol!!!!!!
    Last edited by China_Guy; 11-08-2012 at 02:28 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BitRot View Post
    Altough some of the methods might make sense the paper itself really doesn't tell much if anything about the kernel performance. They tested the operating systems with one very specific and uncommon set of hardware with single core processor. They also tested only very few factors that affect kernel performance. The conclusion is in all likelhood false and at very least dated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackout23 View Post
    There is no Gnome 3 for BSD they're still at 2.3.x something.
    That's actually wrong.
    OpenBSD is shipping Gnome 3 since version 5.1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BitRot View Post
    Interesting... altought I think far from ideal, it is much more relevant than Phoronix tests.

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