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-===== Latest (v1.2.3) ​===== +===== Recent benchmarks ​=====
-Theses are benchmarks made with : +
-  * RSBAC version 1.2.3. +
-  * Linux Kernel Gentoo Hardened RSBAC 2.6.7-r10 +
-  * GCC 3.3.4 +
-  * PaX is enabled everywhere as in Gentoo [[http://​hardened.gentoo.org/​rsbac/​quickstart.xml|Quickstart]] +
-  * Gentoo 2004.3 in Single User Mode +
-  * A Pentium-M 733 ULW (Dohan) @ 1.1Ghz, speedstep Off +
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-//All tests were run 3 times and the average calculated in second. +
-We are compiling a vanilla 2.6.9 kernel from kernel.org//​+
  
-\\  +  * [[documentation:benchmarks:​rsbac_1.3.2rc2|RSBAC 1.3.2rc2]] ​(with FD cache
-\\  +  * [[documentation:​benchmarks:​rsbac_1.2.3|RSBAC ​1.2.3]]
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-Four kernels have been tested: +
-  * Vanilla Hardened, means rsbac-dev-sources,​ features Gentoo 2.6.7 patchset and Hardened patchset and RSBAC off. (No framework+
-  * RC + Auth +
-  * All RSBAC Options On +
-  * Default Gentoo RSBAC kernel as specified in the Gentoo ​[[http://​hardened.gentoo.org/​rsbac/​quickstart.xml|Quickstart]] +
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-Real represents the real time spent, in seconds +
-User represents the total of CPU-seconds in user mode +
-Sys represents the total of CPU-seconds in kernel mode +
-Lower is better. +
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-^ ^real ^user ^sys ​  ^ +
-^ Vanilla | 656 | 619 | 26 | +
-^ RC+Auth | 661 | 619 | 34 | +
-^ Gentoo | 664 | 620 | 44 | +
-^ All On | 679 | 623 | 58 | +
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-All theses values are percentages of performance decrease, based on Vanilla = 100 percent. Lower is better. +
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-^ ^real_p ^user_p ​ ^sys_p ^ +
-^ Vanilla | 100 | 100 | 100     | +
-^ RC+Auth | 100,7 | 100 | 130,7   | +
-^ Gentoo | 101,2 | 100,1 | 169,​23 ​ | +
-^ All On | 103,5 | 100,6 | 223,​07 ​ | +
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-{{ documentation:​rsbac_123_bench.jpg }} +
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-As you can see, only the kernel mode time increase significantly in RSBAC 1.2.3, but there are only very few actions done in this mode so it doesn'​t really affect the real time very much. +
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-To sum it up, we have a 1.2% difference of real time taken with a production kernel setup (Gentoo config), only 0.7% on a RC+Auth only enabled kernel, and a bigger ​3.5% with every single option on. +
  
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