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An Early Look At The AMD EPYC Performance With The In-Development Linux 5.4 Kernel

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  • An Early Look At The AMD EPYC Performance With The In-Development Linux 5.4 Kernel

    Phoronix: An Early Look At The AMD EPYC Performance With The In-Development Linux 5.4 Kernel

    While the Linux 5.4 cycle just officially began last week and its feature merge window not even over until this weekend, given there are AMD EPYC load balancing improvements and many other kernel improvements in general, I was eager to fire up the in-development kernel on the EPYC 7002 "Rome" series to see how the performance is looking...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...inux-5.4-Early

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    Michael when testing from git it would be prudent to include the commits hash to allow repeating similar benchmarks. Or is it on that test summary table which does not zoom in on mobile?

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      Originally posted by jaskij View Post
      Michael when testing from git it would be prudent to include the commits hash to allow repeating similar benchmarks. Or is it on that test summary table which does not zoom in on mobile?
      For most of the daily Git kernel builds i use the ubuntu mainline kernel PPA. The table shows the date of the kernel build so from there you know which binary was used from the PPA for reproducing or otherwise looking at the build log there for figuring out the commit.
      Michael Larabel
      http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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