Does that really help? Another possible cause is Malware. We’d love to see alternative malloc’s get more traction in the Linux community. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Previous Entry Main Next Entry. Tell us about your experience with our site. We’ve seen some promising implementations in the Google examples and one or two others.
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Sorry this didn’t help. Advanced startup options including safe mode http: Recently we repeated some SPECcpu comparisons on a Power system running Linux, comparing previously published results with essentially the same runs but smatrheap Smartheap linked in. Thanks for marking this as the answer. This thread is locked.
In our engineering runs without Smartheap, that result in a single run – so not publish’able and not SPEC reviewedwas around We recommend that you get familiar with what the benchmark is really measuring, and the pros and cons of each benchmark, so that you understand best what you are measuring.
For what it’s worth, the nice thing about SPECcpu benchmarks is all smartehap the compile, build, and link flags and settings have to be specified in the disclosure, so you can search for which components linked with Smartheap in our runs. This site in other languages x.
Look for the xalancbmk result. News around the Linux on Power Community Log in to participate. Provide a reason for quarantining this blog entry optional: The notion is you may have a unique application with malloc behaviors like xalancbmk, in which case you should obviously look at alternative malloc implementations. Another possible cause is Malware. Is there anything that I can do to to resolve these issues? We’d love to see alternative malloc’s get more traction in the Linux community.
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smarthepa Continuing our journey into benchmarks, we recently were working on the SPECcpu set of benchmarks again, and returned to look at some of the dependent products which we build and run with. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Clicking the button causes a full page refresh. Do you get these problems both while testing from “Safe Mode With Networking”?
As expected, xalancbmk dropped about a third in performance without the Smartheap specialized malloc implementation. Tell us about your experience with our site. All individual community members. The user could go to the “Entry list” region to view the new content. Linney Replied on February 18, Does that really help?
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Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. I’m not a big fan of these special case implementations, but they are often a reality in zmartheap world of comparative benchmarks. We’ve seen some promising implementations in the Google examples and one or two others.
Also I notice, that when I am on a website, some links don’t work. This is a run-time library which can be purchased from MicroQuil. See how you go when you go down the Clean Boot track. How satisfied are you with this reply?