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RE: performance test results with pingpong benchmark



The NGPT team is working on ngpt-2.2.0, and using this same program is 
almost ready (this or next week) to release a spreadsheet with results
showing ngpt-2.2.0, Linuxthreads, and NPTL. Ngpt-2.2.0 will show a lot 
better scalability and capacity than what ngpt-2.0.4 does, comparing 
well with NPTL.

All results and the benchmark source will be available to all so that 
anyone interested can duplicate the results.

Dave Howell

-----Original Message-----
From: Liu, Bing Wei 
Sent: Wednesday, December 04, 2002 2:50 AM
To: phil-list redhat com
Subject: performance test results with pingpong benchmark

Has anyone tried some performance tests to compare certain aspect of 
nptl and ngpt? I found a program named pingpong in a white paper at
http://wwws.sun.com/software/whitepapers/solaris9/multithread.pdf, 
which was devised to evaluate the efficiency of lock/unlock operation
and 
context switch.

With a SMP machine (2xPIII 933MHz w/ 512MB), on top of kernel 2.5.49, 
I run a round of tests with both ngpt 2.0.4 and nptl 0.10.

Steps to compile with ngpt 2.0.4
-- Redhat 73 (gcc 2.96)
-- kernel 2.5.49
-- ngpt-2.0.4.tar.gz
# tar xvzf ngpt-2.0.4.tar.gz
# cd ngpt
# ./configure; make; make install
# cd /path/to/pingpong
# gcc -O2 -o pp32 pingpong.c -lpthread

Steps to compile with nptl 0.10
-- Redhat 80
-- kernel 2.5.49
-- gcc 3.2-10
-- binutils-2.13.90.0.10-2
-- check out glibc cvs (libc)
# mkdir -p libc/build
# cd libc/build
# ../configure --prefix=/usr --enable-add-ons=nptl --with-tls
# make
# cd /path/to/pingpong
# GLIBCDIR=/path/to/libc/build; \
gcc -O2 -o pp32 pingpong.c $GLIBCDIR/nptl/libpthread.so.0
$GLIBCDIR/libc.so.6 \
-Wl,-rpath,$GLIBCDIR:$GLIBCDIR/nptl:$GLIBCDIR/elf,\
-dynamic-linker,$GLIBCDIR/elf/ld-linux.so.2

The command lines and comparison are as follows:

--- ngpt-204-k2549.rpt	2002-11-29 03:33:05.000000000 -0500
+++ nptl-010-k2549.rpt	2002-12-04 13:23:56.000000000 -0500
@@ -9,8 +9,8 @@
 
# time ./pp32 -v

-2 threads initialised in 0.397000ms
-1 games completed in 15271.450000ms
+2 threads initialised in 0.171000ms
+1 games completed in 4552.702000ms
 
@@ -22,8 +22,8 @@
 
# time ./pp32 -v -s system

-2 threads initialised in 2.983000ms
-1 games completed in 16324.783000ms
+2 threads initialised in 0.161000ms
+1 games completed in 4586.834000ms
 
@@ -35,8 +35,8 @@
 
# time ./pp32 -v -n 4

-8 threads initialised in 0.650000ms
-4 games completed in 54094.344000ms
+8 threads initialised in 0.356000ms
+4 games completed in 30880.450000ms
 
@@ -48,8 +48,8 @@
 
# time ./pp32 -v -n 4 -p shared

-8 threads initialised in 0.703000ms
-4 games completed in 174132.048000ms
+8 threads initialised in 0.366000ms
+4 games completed in 27347.054000ms
 
@@ -61,5 +61,18 @@
 
# time ./pp32 -v -n 4000 -i 100 -S 32768

-8000 threads initialised in 4987.775000ms
-4000 games completed in 211466.832000ms
+8000 threads initialised in 2016.529000ms
+4000 games completed in 10180.653000ms


bingwei
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