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  • bug77
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    Now that you mention it, did you ever benchmark for normal desktop CPUs form lowly dual-cores (if you can still find these) all the way up to Threadrippers? You'd probably need to test AMD and Intel separately, changing mobos would significantly impact the numbers.

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  • Experimental Patches Allow Much Faster AArch64 & RISC-V Kexec Kernel Reboots

    Phoronix: Experimental Patches Allow Much Faster AArch64 & RISC-V Kexec Kernel Reboots

    For those making use of Kexec reboots for booting to a new kernel without fully bringing down the system to reduce the server downtime from POST'ing and other hardware initialization tasks, Kexec reboots may soon be much faster on 64-bit Arm and RISC-V systems...

    https://www.phoronix.com/news/Linux-...4-RISC-V-Kexec
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