Author nirai
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Date 2010-05-03.22:43:56
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I updated bfs.patch with improvements on Windows XP. 

The update disables priority boosts associated with the scheduler condition on Windows for CPU bound threads.

Here is a link to ccbench results:


Windows XP 32bit q9400 2.6GHz Release build (no PG optimizations).
Test runs in background, ccbench modified to run both bz2 and sha1.

bfs.patch - seems to behave.

single core: high latency, low IO bandwidth.

single core: low IO bandwidth.
4 cores: throughput threads starvation (balance), some latency, low IO bandwidth.
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2010-05-03 22:44:14niraisetrecipients: + nirai, loewis, jhylton, gregory.p.smith, jcea, pitrou, movement, larry, eric.smith, kevinwatters, tarek, djc, karld, carljm, coderanger, durin42, eric.araujo, alex, andrix, konryd, brian.curtin, flox, DazWorrall, cool-RR, rh0dium, rcohen, dabeaz, mahmoudimus, aconrad, ysj.ray, neologix, thouis, donaldjeo
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