Gentoo Archives: gentoo-performance

From: Joel Merrick <joel@×××××××××××.com>
To: gentoo-performance@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-performance] Gentoo-performance forum?
Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2004 11:45:37
In Reply to: RE: [gentoo-performance] Gentoo-performance forum? by Daniel Armyr
Daniel Armyr wrote:

>Which parameters do you intend on including? >Only hardware or kernel-configs as well? Compiler flags? >Hardware settings? > >
All to be honest, include as many fields as possible, but not make them compulsary Please help me elaborate if possible Here's the current list.. _Hardware Specifics_ Architecture CPU Motherboard Bus Speed Clock Speed RAM Type RAM Amount RAM Speed Video Card Type Video Card RAM Amount Video Card RAM Speed _Build and Environment Specifics_ CFLAGS LDFLAGS etc _Kernel Specifics_ Kernel Type & Version (from Vanilla) Kernel Patchsets (gentoo, ck, love, nitro etc..) Build date Other Parameters PLUS MAYBE AN OPTION TO UPLOAD YOUR .config??!! etc _Sys Specifics_ sysctl tuning Other tuning _X Specifics_ Xfree/Xorg version USE flags used to compile? _HD Specifics_ hdparm settings RAID? What RAID Level? _BENCHMARKS!!_ It may be best to define what the delegated system task is.. I mean, it's no point running Xfbench for a non-X server, of course! Plus games would prefer graphics and systems benchmarkis, rather than a DB benchmark.. There's a lot of software out there, that benchmark a lot of programs and a lot of subsystems! Plus maybe percieved performace increases, like prelinking, editing boot-up scripts etc.. I'm sure there's a lot of points of contention there, plus a hell of a lot I've missed out... Feel free to rip apart at will.
>-----Original Message----- >From: Joel Merrick [mailto:joel@×××××××××××.com] >Sent: den 12 oktober 2004 12:39 >To: gentoo-performance@l.g.o >Subject: Re: [gentoo-performance] Gentoo-performance forum? > > >Lance Albertson wrote: > > > >>Roman Gaufman wrote: >> >> >> >> >> >>>I think it would be a good idea to have a gentoo-performance forum >>>section, so performance related threads wont have to go to "Other >>>Things Gentoo". Your thoughts? >>> >>> >>> >>> >>I just chatted with one of the forums admins and he said that we won't >>be adding any new forums until phpBB 2.2 is released. Thats mainly >>because managing with the current version is a major PITA from what I >>hear. *BUT* That doesn't mean that you'll see this forum created. The >>forums are currently structured more in a "task/purpose than by goal" >>way. So, having a goal of performance wouldn't really fit the structure >> >> > > > >>we have right now. >> >> >> >> >> >Just to let you peeps now, I've been thinking about this last night and >I'd love it if there was just a (simple) form where people could enter >their system credentials and benchmark results. > >I'm going to do a little bit of investigation tonight in terms of >looking at standardised benchmarks.. I believe, from a bit of searching, > >that the whole arena of benchmarking is a big mamma! > >Wish me luck! If I get anything that looks like a go-er, I'll fire a >(probably crap) PHP page together, where people can input their system >specifics... and list them in a grid-matrix kinda view (it'd be a bit >easier to read than just forum posts i.m.h.o. and may provide a decent >intermediate until someone works out a MUCH clever system, lol) > >Does anyone know if there's anything like this for other distros >(although due to Gentoo's lurvely package build system, I doubt we'd be >able to draw true comparisons) > >Sorry if i'm rambling.... heh. > >-- >gentoo-performance@g.o mailing list > > > > >-- >gentoo-performance@g.o mailing list > > >
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Re: [gentoo-performance] Gentoo-performance forum? Roman Gaufman <hackeron@×××××.com>