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  • Phoronix Test Suite 10.2 Milestone 3 Released For The Latest In Open-Source Benchmarking

    Phoronix: Phoronix Test Suite 10.2 Milestone 3 Released For The Latest In Open-Source Benchmarking

    Phoronix Test Suite 10.2 Milestone 3 is now available as the latest development release ahead of our Q1'2021 update to this leading cross-platform, open-source automated benchmarking system...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...-Suite-10.2-M3

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    Locked and loaded, sir. Keep up the great work

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      Don't know how relevant this would be to your efforts Michael but I just saw this over at Blocks and Files which is an enterprise storage oriented spin off site of The Register tech site. SPEC has updated their benchmarking suite and actually replaced some old benchmarks with ones dealing with AI and Genomics.

      " SPEC replaces SPECsfs 2014 benchmark with AI and genomics workouts "

      " One
      of the more complicated file storage performance benchmarks is being replaced – by a successor that is even more complicated.

      The SPECsfs 2014 SP2 benchmark determines file performance in five different workloads: software builds, video streaming (VDA), electronic design automation (EDA), virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and database. Each category test gets a numerical score and overall response time (ORT).

      The new SPEC Solutions 2020 benchmark modifies the SFS 2104 SP2 test by adding two new workloads, dropping two existing ones, and tweaking the test methodology. This means that the new benchmark results cannot be compared to the old ones.

      There is a new AI_IMAGE (AI image processing) workload, representative of AI Tensorflow image processing environments, and a new Genomics one. The existing SPECsfs 2014 software build, EDA and VDA workloads are retained but the VDI and Database workloads are being scrapped.

      That’s because the technology of these has changed and is continuing to evolve. These workloads could be re-introduced later, after the collection of new base trace data has been completed. "

      https://blocksandfiles.com/2020/12/2...020-benchmark/


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