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2.4.19-UP-RSBAC-v1.2.1-Celeron-333-256MB

These Linux kernel compile benchmarks have been run on an Celeron-333 UP system with kernel 2.4.19 and RSBAC version 1.2.1.

Three runs each of 'make clean && time make bzImage' on the same plain 2.4.19 kernel source tree in single user mode after one untimed run produced the following average times in seconds:

Kernel type Total time Kernel/Sys + User Kernel/Sys time User/Process time
Clean kernel 747.97 745.85 34.68 711.17
Maint kernel (no modules) 753.09 (+0.68%) 750.94 (+0.67%) 38.61 (+11.33%) 712.33 (+0.16%)
RC + AUTH, no other options 758.62 (+1.42%) 756.55 (+1.43%) 44.89 (+29.44%) 711.66 (+0.07%)
RC + AUTH, network support, full log settings, no other options 765.18 (+2.30%) 761.47 (+2.08%) 49.60 (+43.02%) 711.87 (+0.10%)
RC + AUTH + ACL, network support, full log settings, no other options 773.22 (+3.38%) 769.85 (+3.20%) 59.12 (+70.47%) 710.73 (-0.06%)
Default config: REG, FF, AUTH, RC, ACL, CAP, JAIL, network support, full log settings, but nothing logged 779.46 (+4.21%) 777.25 (+4.19%) 63.28 (+82.47%) 713.97 (+0.39%)
All options and models 820.00 (+9.63%) 816.97 (+9.52%) 103.83 (+199.39%) 713.14 (+0.28%)

Numbers have not changed much from the previous benchmark. RC and AUTH are now with and without full network and logging options. Since the MS model was doing fine in the last benchmark, it had no extra runs this time.

With all models and options, 1.2.1 was a bit faster now than 1.2.0-pre6 was without MS and JAIL. Less than 10% overhead with all options sounds good enough to me.

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documentation/benchmarks/2.4.19.txt · Last modified: 2006/05/02 15:40 (external edit)

documentation/benchmarks/2.4.19.txt · Last modified: 2006/05/02 15:40 (external edit)
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