LMbench/0040775002170200000240000000000007322324167011707 5ustar staelingamesLMbench/SCCS/0040775002170200000240000000000007322324161012434 5ustar staelingamesLMbench/SCCS/s.ChangeSet0100444002170200000240000020161207322324162014455 0ustar staelingamesH09767 s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.73 01/07/09 15:48:30 staelin 102 100 cSlmbench2.0final cS101 l e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.73 01/06/18 14:06:26 staelin 101 100 cSBeta2.4 cS96 e s 00001/00000/00368 d D 1.73 01/06/18 12:55:20 staelin 100 99 c Update the "make dist" process to make it a little more robust in c the face of clock skew for NFS file systems. cC cK35127 e s 00001/00000/00367 d D 1.72 01/06/18 12:42:38 staelin 99 98 c Add getpagesize() implementation for WIN32 cC cK35131 e s 00001/00000/00366 d D 1.71 01/06/18 12:41:38 staelin 98 97 c Fixup the "dist" target is Makefile to reduce the mistakes in c generating distribution tarballs. cC cK35116 e s 00003/00000/00363 d D 1.70 01/06/18 09:47:05 staelin 97 95 c Move drand48/rand/random #defines from command line to bench.h cC cK35113 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.69 01/06/14 11:41:09 staelin 96 95 cSBeta2.4 cS94 e s 00001/00000/00362 d D 1.69 01/06/13 11:40:34 staelin 95 93 c Fix buglet in scripts/build with new random number generator stuff cC cK35093 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.68 01/06/13 10:43:37 staelin 94 93 cSBeta2.4 cS88 e s 00001/00000/00361 d D 1.68 01/06/13 10:43:13 staelin 93 92 c Add new target for Mac/Darwin to gnu-os cC cK35092 e s 00004/00000/00357 d D 1.67 01/06/13 10:42:20 staelin 92 91 c Add new/improved handling of various available interfaces for c random number generation lrand48()/rand()/random(). cC cK35089 e s 00003/00000/00354 d D 1.66 01/05/21 10:28:39 staelin 91 90 c Add new tests for existence of srand48 and drand48, with backoff to srand and drand if they aren't found cC cK35111 e s 00001/00000/00353 d D 1.65 01/05/21 09:41:53 staelin 90 89 c Fixup lmdd so it should work on Darwin/OSX; remove unneeded #include c and add #undef ALIGN before #define ALIGN(...). cC cK34918 e s 00001/00000/00352 d D 1.64 01/05/10 16:06:56 staelin 89 87 c Update to ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/config/config-guess version 4/20/2001 cC cK34854 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.63 01/05/07 15:20:17 staelin 88 87 cSBeta2.3 cS85 e s 00001/00000/00351 d D 1.63 01/05/02 11:51:47 staelin 87 86 c - Fix a bug in getsummary with the reporting of file system latencies. c We were reporting in 10microsecond units instead of 1microsecond c units. Thanks to Duc Vianney for the bug report. cC cK34808 e s 00001/00000/00350 d D 1.62 01/05/02 11:47:41 staelin 86 84 c Add missing file, webpage-lm.tar, to package cC cK34750 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.61 01/05/01 14:29:04 staelin 85 84 cSBeta2.2 cS82 e s 00001/00000/00349 d D 1.61 01/05/01 14:28:55 staelin 84 83 c Add #ifdef wrapper to timing.h so it is only included once cC cK21622 e s 00002/00000/00347 d D 1.60 01/05/01 14:28:12 staelin 83 81 c Add missing target for ../scripts/depend to src/Makefile cC cHhpli69.hpli.hpl.hp.com cK20596 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.59 01/05/01 14:23:35 staelin 82 81 cHhpli69.hpli.hpl.hp.com cSBeta2.2 cS0 e s 00001/00000/00346 d D 1.59 01/04/09 09:48:15 staelin 81 78 i 79 80 c Merge bitmover.com:/home/bk/LMbench c into hpli12.hpli.hpl.hp.com:/usr/WebPaper/users/staelin/src/LMbench cC cHhpli12.hpli.hpl.hp.com cK20523 cM80 cZ+03:00 e s 00001/00000/00341 d D 01/02/17 12:56:57 lm 80 79 c More config. cC cK20257 e s 00001/00000/00340 d D 01/02/07 17:00:59 lm 79 76 c Update the links. cC cHwork.bitmover.com cK20245 cZ-08:00 e s 00003/00000/00341 d D 1.58 01/02/07 15:16:56 staelin 78 77 c - Add better handling of predefined uint and uint64 types c - Add check for S_IFIFO (at least one OS uses S_IFFIFO instead) cC cK21008 e s 00001/00000/00340 d D 1.57 01/02/07 13:54:42 staelin 77 76 c Don't define FLUSH for Lynx OS in lmdd cC cK20988 e s 00001/00000/00339 d D 1.56 01/02/07 12:26:46 staelin 76 75 c - Add a description to the BitKeeper config file cC cHhpli8.hpli.hpl.hp.com cK21006 cZ+02:00 e s 00001/00000/00338 d D 1.55 01/01/30 21:16:38 lm 75 74 c The config is shared across trees so this is just LMbench. cC cK20259 e s 00002/00000/00336 d D 1.54 01/01/30 20:40:44 lm 74 72 c A few tweaks for logging and newer BK. cC cHwork.bitmover.com cK20249 cZ-08:00 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.53 01/01/09 10:18:40 staelin 73 72 cSBeta2.1 e s 00001/00000/00335 d D 1.53 01/01/09 10:18:26 staelin 72 70 c - Change Makefile so you can do parallel builds (e.g., gmake -j4) cC cK21012 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.52 01/01/07 16:48:49 staelin 71 70 cSBeta2.1 e s 00001/00000/00334 d D 1.52 01/01/07 16:47:41 staelin 70 68 c - bw_pipe: close uneeded pipe file descriptors so child process will c die properly cC cK20993 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.51 01/01/07 15:39:32 staelin 69 68 cSBeta2.1 e s 00001/00000/00333 d D 1.51 01/01/07 15:37:01 staelin 68 66 c - scripts/getsummary: update 'num' subroutine so it is given the c number of available digits and it decides how to format the data c given the available space and data magnitude. cC cK20023 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.50 00/12/24 10:43:38 staelin 67 66 cSBeta2.1 e s 00001/00000/00332 d D 1.50 00/12/24 10:42:08 staelin 66 65 c - Fix problem with HP-UX 64bit include files; PORTMAP needs to be c defined so that svcudp_create gets a prototype cC cK20028 e s 00001/00000/00331 d D 1.49 00/12/24 10:39:34 staelin 65 64 c - Add references to new man pages in src/Makefile cC cK20038 e s 00001/00000/00330 d D 1.48 00/12/24 10:38:05 staelin 64 62 c - Fix 64bit bug that bites on HP-UX 11.x cC cK19042 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.47 00/12/11 16:38:57 staelin 63 62 cSBeta2.1 e s 00001/00000/00329 d D 1.47 00/12/11 16:36:44 staelin 62 60 c - Fix typo in src/Makefile cC cK19029 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.46 00/12/11 16:29:34 staelin 61 60 cSBeta2.1 e s 00001/00000/00328 d D 1.46 00/12/11 16:24:00 staelin 60 59 c - Fix src/Makefile so it correctly refers to all new manpages c and programs cC cK19030 e s 00001/00000/00327 d D 1.45 00/12/11 16:23:11 staelin 59 58 c - Update version number to 2alpha13 (which is really 2beta1) cC cK19036 e s 00001/00000/00326 d D 1.44 00/12/11 16:22:35 staelin 58 57 c - Fix lat_select so all tmpfiles are always removed cC cK19033 e s 00001/00000/00325 d D 1.43 00/12/11 16:22:02 staelin 57 56 c - Fix lat_fifo so it correctly reports results cC cK19041 e s 00001/00000/00324 d D 1.42 00/12/11 16:20:59 staelin 56 55 c - Fix lock/unlock sequencing bug in lat_fcntl c - Remove unnecessary fork()/wait() operations in lat_fcntl c - Always remove tmpfiles in lat_fcntl cC cK18084 e s 00001/00000/00323 d D 1.41 00/12/11 16:19:46 staelin 55 54 c Debug clock.c so that it works with current timing harness cC cK17359 e s 00011/00000/00312 d D 1.40 00/12/11 16:12:54 staelin 54 53 c - Add new relevant entries to "SEE ALSO" section cC cK16386 e s 00002/00000/00310 d D 1.39 00/12/11 16:12:11 staelin 53 52 c - Add new manpages for loop_o and timing_o cC cK12552 e s 00008/00000/00302 d D 1.38 00/12/11 15:53:58 staelin 52 51 c - Major rewrite of man pages cC cK54305 e s 00012/00000/00290 d D 1.37 00/12/11 15:50:50 staelin 51 50 c - Add information to "SEE ALSO" section cC cK48743 e s 00015/00000/00275 d D 1.36 00/12/11 15:44:13 staelin 50 48 c - Add lots of new man pages for new commands: bw_unix, clock, disk, c enough, lat_fcntl, lat_fifo, lat_http, lat_select, lat_sig, c lat_unix, and lat_unix_connect cC cK37217 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.35 00/12/10 16:52:22 staelin 49 48 cSBeta2.1 e s 00001/00000/00274 d D 1.35 00/12/07 12:25:33 staelin 48 47 c - Fix scripts/build so it works properly on HP-UX with ANSI C compiler c - Modify scripts/build to use variables to shorten command lines cC cK23401 e s 00001/00000/00273 d D 1.34 00/11/15 09:46:37 staelin 47 45 c - Fixed bug in getsummary which resulted in incorrect main memory c latencies being reported. It used to choose the 8MB value as the c main memory latency, it now uses the largest memsize as the main c memory latency. cC cK23417 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.33 00/10/30 13:45:34 staelin 46 45 cSAlpha2.12 e s 00001/00000/00272 d D 1.33 00/10/30 13:45:23 staelin 45 43 c - Add more descriptive error output on RPC timeout for lat_rpc cC cK23408 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.32 00/10/30 13:44:22 staelin 44 43 cSAlpha2.12 e s 00002/00000/00270 d D 1.32 00/10/30 13:42:39 staelin 43 41 c - Add protocol flags for TCP_SELECT c - Fixup tcp_select c - use SOCKOPT_REUSE on the server c - close all open file descriptors on exit c - cleanly kill child server process cC cK22983 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.31 00/10/29 12:08:51 staelin 42 41 cSAlpha2.12 e s 00001/00000/00269 d D 1.31 00/10/25 14:58:40 staelin 41 40 c - Fix result file naming so it always looks like . cC cK22535 e s 00003/00000/00266 d D 1.30 00/10/25 12:33:33 staelin 40 39 c - Enhance lat_select so it can select either on a file or on a TCP c socket. c - Modify getsummary so the TCP socket select latency is used rather c than the file latency (select() is more commonly used for networking c than for files) cC cHhpli8.hpli.hpl.hp.com cK22535 cZ+02:00 e s 00005/00000/00261 d D 1.29 00/09/24 12:00:51 lm 39 38 c OpenBSD stuff. cC cHopenbsd.bitmover.com cK22081 cZ-07:00 e s 00003/00000/00258 d D 1.28 00/09/24 14:18:15 staelin 38 36 c - Fix buglets in redirection of status output to OUTPUT cC cK20503 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.27 00/09/13 14:39:47 staelin 37 36 cSAlpha2.12 e s 00002/00000/00256 d D 1.27 00/09/13 14:26:31 staelin 36 35 c - Change handling of lmbench script's status output handling to use user-specified file cC cHhpli8.hpli.hpl.hp.com cK20497 cZ+03:00 e s 00001/00000/00255 d D 1.26 00/08/15 15:33:22 lm 35 34 c lat_udp.c Add a timeout; HPUX seems to drop packets. cC cHhp.bitmover.com cK20511 e s 00001/00000/00254 d D 1.25 00/08/15 15:11:47 lm 34 33 c Add a missing htons() that was causing Intel arch to break. cC cHlm.bitmover.com cK20554 cZ-07:00 e s 00001/00000/00253 d D 1.24 00/08/14 17:10:24 staelin 33 32 c - Add check for HP-UX on AI64 cC cK20576 e s 00001/00000/00252 d D 1.23 00/08/10 16:15:39 staelin 32 31 c - Fix gnu-os so it properly identifies HP series 800 servers. From Chris Ruemmler. cC cHhpli8.hpli.hpl.hp.com cK20569 cZ+03:00 e s 00001/00000/00251 d D 1.22 00/08/08 05:41:07 staelin 31 26 i 28 29 30 c Merge cC cHwork.bitmover.com cK20577 cM30 cZ-07:00 e s 00002/00000/00243 d D 00/08/03 17:38:28 lm 30 29 c Use 15 bit port numbers, we must have a signed/unsigned bug. cC cHva.bitmover.com cK18806 e s 00001/00000/00242 d D 00/08/03 15:02:05 lm 29 28 c Do not move less than MINMOVE bytes. Don't run this over your modem. cC cK19257 e s 00003/00000/00239 d D 00/08/03 13:40:21 lm 28 19 c Do not use the portmapper. cC cHwork.bitmover.com cK19030 cZ-07:00 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.21 00/08/03 14:20:17 staelin 27 26 cSAlpha2.12 e s 00001/00000/00244 d D 1.21 00/08/03 14:19:32 staelin 26 24 c - Fix bk.ver target so it succeeds even if user doesn't have BK cC cK09845 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.20 00/08/03 12:06:03 staelin 25 24 cSAlpha2.12 e s 00001/00000/00243 d D 1.20 00/08/03 12:00:51 staelin 24 23 c - fix bug in dist target cC cK09858 e s 00001/00000/00242 d D 1.19 00/08/03 11:59:22 staelin 23 21 c - Fix/update the 'dist' target cC cK09860 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.18 00/08/03 11:55:11 staelin 22 21 cSAlpha2.12 e s 00003/00000/00239 d D 1.18 00/08/03 11:45:05 staelin 21 19 c - Rip out support for broken parallelism implementation using synchronize cC cK09843 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.17 00/08/02 11:22:19 staelin 20 19 cSAlpha2.12 e s 00002/00000/00237 d D 1.17 00/08/02 11:22:02 staelin 19 17 c - Check that /dev/tty is writable from scripts/lmbench, and if it isn't, then send c status messages to /dev/null instead cC cK08838 e s 00000/00000/00000 d R 1.16 00/08/02 10:38:34 staelin 18 17 cSAlpha2.12 e s 00002/00000/00235 d D 1.16 00/08/02 10:38:06 staelin 17 16 c - Add bk.ver (ChangeSet tag) to results file as [LMBENCH_VER: ...] cC cK61879 e s 00002/00000/00233 d D 1.15 00/08/01 16:04:25 staelin 16 15 c - Report more significant digits for memory latency cC cK61889 e s 00001/00000/00232 d D 1.14 00/08/01 10:54:24 staelin 15 14 c - Tweak formatting of summary statistics cC cK60926 e s 00017/00000/00215 d D 1.13 00/07/31 16:57:40 staelin 14 13 c - Improved results reporting in getsummary c - Update scripts/build to reduce tmp file collisions in clustered environments c - Update scripts/build to include separate checks for -nsl and -socket c - Update scripts/build to check for RUSAGE c - scripts/getlist version check updated to 2.x c - scripts/gnu-os updated from latest version of config.guess in autoconf 2.13 c - Add parameters RSH and RCP to config-run; update lmbench to use parameters c - Change type of iterations parameter in BENCH_INNER from uint64 to u_long c - Added check for zero time to insertsort(); removed all such checks from outside routine c - Change while(diff->tv_usec < 0 && ...) to if (...) in lib_timing.c:tvsub() c - Fixed bug in lmhttp which caused it to fail during remote network testing c - Update minor version in version.h to -12 cC cK60931 e s 00002/00000/00213 d D 1.12 00/07/03 16:21:42 staelin 13 12 c - fix bug in gnu-os which causes lmbench to fail in clustered environments c - try to prevent smart optimizers from optimizing away benchmark loops by marking c the dummy variable in use_int() and use_pointer() as volatile cC cK27830 e s 00001/00000/00212 d D 1.11 00/06/27 17:41:23 staelin 12 11 c - Slight tweak to "-lnsl -lsocket" test cC cK26841 e s 00002/00000/00210 d D 1.10 00/06/27 14:59:13 staelin 11 10 c - Create new build script which automagically determines compile flags c - Modify Makefile to use new script cC cK26832 e s 00001/00000/00209 d D 1.9 00/06/26 10:05:54 staelin 10 9 c - Add #include for aix cC cK14733 e s 00001/00000/00208 d D 1.8 00/06/26 09:54:57 staelin 9 8 c - Add special handling for aix which doesn't have valloc() cC cK14725 e s 00002/00000/00206 d D 1.7 00/06/25 13:35:13 staelin 8 7 c - fix buglets in median computations c - fix bug in mhz's compute_mhz so only subsets with enough data points are examined cC cK13732 e s 00003/00000/00203 d D 1.6 00/06/21 17:09:40 staelin 7 6 c - Changed lat_rpc's command line interface to match other networking benchmarks c - Added "-d" debug flag to mhz so that it will print out debugging data c - Fixed a bug in lat_rpc so that it correctly measures performance for only one protocol c when a protocol is specified on the command line cC cK12778 e s 00003/00000/00200 d D 1.5 00/06/04 11:58:34 staelin 6 5 c Fixed bug which made 'enough' unstable cC cK11756 cZ+03:00 e s 00005/00000/00195 d D 1.4 00/02/02 09:58:11 staelin 5 4 c lmbench version 2 alpha 12 c c This ChangeSet incorporates all the bugfixes made to c lmbench since version 2 alpha 11. The primary changes c are tweaks to the timing harness so bad measurements c are ignored and a simple bugfix to lat_rpc. 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E 5 I 5 D 8 README for lmbench 1.1 net release. E 5 D 4 $Id$ E 4 D 4 In general, you can look at makefiles to get more information. There is E 4 I 4 In general, you can look at Makefiles to get more information. There is E 4 D 3 Postscript documentation in doc/*.PS as well as the source from which thos files are derived. E 3 I 3 Postscript documentation in PS as well as the source from which thos files are derived in doc. E 8 I 8 README for lmbench 2alpha8 net release. E 8 E 3 To run the benchmark, you should be able to say: D 7 make results E 7 I 7 D 8 make get results E 8 I 8 cd src make results E 8 E 7 If you want to see how you did compared to the other system results included here, say make see D 4 Please send your results back to me, lm@sgi.com, after you believe you have obtained, good, stable numbers. Be warned that many of these benchmarks are sensitive to other things being run on the system, mainly from CPU cache and CPU cycle effects. So make sure your screen saver is not running, etc. E 4 I 4 D 6 If you have a system that is not represented here, or you got better numbers than I did, please send me the results. Please send your results lm@sgi.com after you believe you have obtained, good, stable numbers. Be warned that many of these benchmarks are sensitive to E 6 I 6 D 8 Some of the targets in the makefiles use scripts/rccs. Put lmbench/scripts in your path or copy rccs to your bin directory. Be warned that many of these benchmarks are sensitive to E 6 other things being run on the system, mainly from CPU cache and CPU cycle effects. So make sure your screen saver is not running, etc. E 8 I 8 Be warned that many of these benchmarks are sensitive to other things being run on the system, mainly from CPU cache and CPU cycle effects. So make sure your screen saver is not running, etc. E 8 E 4 It's a good idea to do several runs and compare the output like so make results make rerun make rerun make rerun cd Results && make LIST=/* D 8 D 4 This software is distributed under the GPL with the following extra condition: you may NOT distribute results of any benchmark that has been modified and has not been redistributed by me (Larry McVoy). E 4 I 4 D 5 Please do not send me or post multi processor results. This is a uniprocessor benchmark suite. The only MP results that are acceptable are results from an MP with only one processor enabled. E 5 D 6 $Id$ I 5 E 6 Changes since release 1.0: - many portability changes - some new benchmarks - a usenix paper (draft in doc/usenix.ps) - a start at a html page (not done) I 6 $Id$ E 8 E 6 E 5 E 4 E 2 I 1 E 1 LMbench/SCCS/s.hbench-REBUTTAL0100444002170200000240000002624507322324162015272 0ustar staelingamesh06843 s 00016/00016/00229 d D 1.2 98/06/30 11:14:51 lm 3 2 cC cK22146 e s 00245/00000/00000 d D 1.1 98/06/30 11:11:55 lm 2 1 c hbench-REBUTTAL created on 98/06/30 11:11:55 by lm cK21340 e s 00000/00000/00000 d D 1.0 98/06/30 11:11:54 lm 1 0 cBlm@lm.bitmover.com|ChangeSet|20000131225335|47351|--LMBENCH-- cHlm.bitmover.com cK03846 cPhbench-REBUTTAL cRf06092ce32cca902 cV4 cX0x21 cZ-07:00 e u U f e 0 f x 0x21 t LMbench v2.x benchmarking system T I 2 In June of 1997, Margo Seltzer and Aaron Brown published a paper in Sigmetrics called "Operating System Benchmarking in the Wake of Lmbench: A Case Study of the Performance of NetBSD on the Intel x86 Architecture". This papers claims to have found flaws in the original lmbench work. With the exception of one bug, which we have of course fixed, we find the claims inaccurate, misleading, and petty. We don't understand what appears to be a pointless attack on something that has obviously helped many researchers and industry people alike. lmbench was warmly received and is widely used and referenced. We stand firmly behind the work and results of the original benchmark. We continue to improve and extend the benchmark. Our focus continues to be on providing a useful, accurate, portable benchmark suite that is widely used. As always, we welcome constructive feedback. To ease the concerns of gentle benchmarkers around the world, we have spent at least 4 weeks reverifying the results. We modified lmbench to eliminate any effects of . clock resolution . loop overhead . timing interface overhead Our prediction was that that this would not make any difference and our prediction was correct. All of the results reported in lmbench 1.x are valid except the file reread benchmark which may be 20% optimistic on some platforms. We've spent a great deal of time and energy, for free, at the expense of our full time jobs, to address the issues raised by hbench. We feel that we were needlessly forced into a lose/lose situation of arguing with a fellow researcher. We intend no disrespect towards their work, but did not feel that it was appropriate for what we see as incorrect and misleading claims to go unanswered. We wish to move on to the more interesting and fruitful work of extending lmbench in substantial ways. Larry McVoy & Carl Staelin, June 1997 -------------------------------------------------------------------------- Detailed responses to their claims: Claim 1: "it did not have the statistical rigor and self-consistency needed for detailed architectural studies" Reply: This is an unsubstantiated claim. There are no numbers which back up this claim. Claim 2: "with a reasonable compiler, the test designed to read and touch data from the file system buffer cache never actually touched the data" Reply: Yes, this was a bug in lmbench 1.0. It has been fixed. On platforms such as a 120 Mhz Pentium, we see change of a 20% in the results, i.e., without the bug fix it is about 20% faster. Claim 3: This is a multi part claim: a) gettimeofday() is too coarse. Reply: The implication is that there are number of benchmarks in lmbench that finish in less time than the clock resolution with correspondingly incorrect results. There is exactly one benchmark, TCP connection latency, where this is true and that is by design, not by mistake. All other tests run long enough to overcome 10ms clocks (most modern clocks are microsecond resolution). Seltzer/Brown point out that lmbench 1.x couldn't accurately measure the L1/L2 cache bandwidths. lmbench 1.x didn't attempt to report L1/L2 cache bandwidths so it would seem a little unreasonable to imply inaccuracy in something the benchmark didn't measure. It's not hard to get this right by the way, we do so handily in lmbench 2.0. b) TCP connection latency is reported as 0 on the DEC Alpha. Reply: We could have easily run the TCP latency connection benchmark in a loop long enough to overcome the clock resolution. We were, and are, well aware of the problem on DEC Alpha boxes. We run only a few interations of this benchmark because the benchmark causes a large number of sockets to get stuck in TIME_WAIT, part of the TCP shutdown protocol. Almost all protocol stacks degrade somewhat in performance when there are large numbers of old sockets in their queues. We felt that showing the degraded performance was not representative of what users would see. So we run only for a small number (about 1000) interations and report the result. We would not consider changing the benchmark the correct answer - DEC needs to fix their clocks if they wish to see accurate results for this test. We would welcome a portable solution to this problem. Reading hardware specific cycle counters is not portable. Claim 4: "lmbench [..] was inconsistent in its statistical treatment of the data" ... "The most-used statistical policy in lmbench is to take the minimum of a few repetitions of the measurement" Reply: Both of these claims are false, as can be seen by a quick inspection of the code. The most commonly used timing method (16/19 tests use this) is start_timing do the test N times stop_timing report results in terms of duration / N In fact, the /only/ case where a minimum is used is in the context switch test. The claim goes on to try and say that taking the minimum causes D 3 incorrect results in the case of the context switch test. Another unsupportable claim, one that shows a clearlack of understanding of the context switch test. The real issue is cache conflicts due to page placement in the cache. Page placement is something not under our control, it is under the control of the VM system. We did not, and do not, subscribe to the theory that one should use better ``statistical methods'' to eliminate the variance in the context switch benchmark. The variance is what actually happened and happens to real applications. E 3 I 3 incorrect results in the case of the context switch test. Another unsupportable claim, one that shows a clear lack of understanding of the context switch test. The real issue is cache conflicts due to page placement in the cache. Page placement is something not under our control, it is under the control of the operating system. We did not, and do not, subscribe to the theory that one should use better ``statistical methods'' to eliminate the variance in the context switch benchmark. The variance is what actually happened and happens to real applications. E 3 The authors also claim "if the virtually-contiguous pages of the buffer are randomly assigned to physical addresses, as they are in many systems, ... then there is a good probability that pages of the buffer will conflict in the cache". D 3 We agree with the second part but heartily disagree with the first. It's true that NetBSD doesn't solve this problem. It doesn't follow that others don't. Any vendor supplied operating system that didn't do this on a direct mapped L2 cache would suffer dramatically compared to it's competition. We know for a fact that Solaris, IRIX, and HPUX do this. E 3 I 3 We agree with the second part but heartily disagree with the first. It's true that NetBSD doesn't solve this problem. It doesn't follow that others don't. Any vendor supplied operating system that didn't do this on a direct mapped L2 cache would suffer dramatically compared to it's competition. We know for a fact that Solaris, IRIX, and HPUX do this. E 3 A final claim is that they produced a modified version of the context switch benchmark that does not have the variance of the lmbench version. We could not support this. We ran that benchmark on an SGI MP and saw the same variance as the original benchmark. Claim 5: "The lmbench bandwidth tests use inconsistent methods of accessing memory, making it hard to directly compare the results of, say memory read bandwidth with memory write bandwidth, or file reread bandwidth with memory copy bandwidth" ... "On the Alpha processor, memory read bandwidth via array indexing is 26% faster than via pointer indirection; the Pentium Pro is 67% faster when reading with array indexing, and an unpipelined i386 is about 10% slower when writing with pointer indirection" Reply: In reading that, it would appear that they are suggesting that their numbers are up to 67% different than the lmbench numbers. We can only assume that this was delibrately misleading. Our results are identical to theirs. How can this be? . We used array indexing for reads, so did they. They /implied/ that we did it differently, when in fact we use exactly the same technique. They get about 87MB/sec on reads on a P6, so do we. We challenge the authors to demonstrate the implied 67% difference between their numbers and ours. In fact, we challenge them to demonstrate a 1% difference. . We use pointers for writes exactly because we wanted comparable numbers. The read case is a load and an integer add per word. If we used array indexing for the stores, it would be only a store per word. On older systems, the stores can appear to go faster because the load/add is slower than a single store. While the authors did their best to confuse the issue, the results speak for themselves. We coded up the write benchmark our way and their way. Results for a Intel P6: pointer array difference L1 $ 587 710 18% L2 $ 414 398 4% memory 53 53 0% D 3 CLaim 5a: E 3 I 3 Claim 5a: E 3 The harmonic mean stuff. Reply: They just don't understand modern architectures. The harmonic mean theory is fine if and only if the process can't do two things at once. Many modern processors can indeed do more than one thing at once, the concept is known as super scalar, and can and does include load/store units. If the processor supports both outstanding loads and outstanding stores, the harmonic mean theory fails. Claim 6: "we modified the memory copy bandwidth to use the same size data types as the memory read and write benchmark (which use the machine's native word size); originally, on 32-bit machines, the copy benchmark used 64-bit types whereas the memory read/write bandwidth tests used 32- bit types" Reply: The change was to use 32 bit types for bcopy. On even relatively modern systems, such as a 586, this change has no impact - the benchmark is bound by memory sub systems. On older systems, the use of multiple load/store instructions, as required for the smaller types, resulted in lower results than the meory system could produce. The processor cycles required actually slow down the results. This is still true today for in cache numbers. For example, an R10K shows L1 cache bandwidths of 750MB/sec and 377MB/sec with 64 bit vs 32 bit loads. It was our intention to show the larger number and that requires the larger types. Perhaps because the authors have not ported their benchmark to non-Intel platforms, they have not noticed this. The Intel platform does not have native 64 bit types so it does two load/stores for what C says is a 64 bit type. Just because it makes no difference on Intel does not mean it makes no difference. 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E 10 contact: Larry McVoy D 10 # Preferred email for the contact E 10 email: lm@bitmover.com I 6 D 10 E 10 D 7 description: LMbench v2.x benchmarking system E 7 I 7 description: LMbench benchmarking system I 9 homepage: http://www.bitmover.com/lmbench bkweb: http://www.openlogging.org:8888//home/bk/LMbench master: bk://www.openlogging.org:5100 E 9 E 7 E 6 E 2 I 1 E 1 LMbench/BitKeeper/etc/SCCS/s.ignore0100444002170200000240000000173707322324162016532 0ustar staelingamesh58351 s 00001/00000/00005 d D 1.6 01/01/30 20:37:46 lm 7 6 c added BitKeeper/* cC cK06107 cZ-08:00 e s 00001/00000/00004 d D 1.5 00/08/03 13:39:44 lm 6 5 c added src/tags cC cK05117 e s 00001/00000/00003 d D 1.4 00/08/03 13:39:36 lm 5 4 c added src/bk.ver cK04301 e s 00001/00000/00002 d D 1.3 00/08/03 13:39:26 lm 4 3 c added results/*/* cK03332 e s 00001/00000/00001 d D 1.2 00/08/03 13:39:15 lm 3 2 c added bin/*/* cK02358 e s 00001/00000/00000 d D 1.1 00/08/03 13:39:02 lm 2 1 cF1 cK01857 cO-rw-rw-r-- e s 00000/00000/00000 d D 1.0 00/08/03 13:39:02 lm 1 0 c BitKeeper file /home/lm/LMbench/BitKeeper/etc/ignore cBlm@lm.bitmover.com|ChangeSet|20000131225335|47351|--LMBENCH-- cHwork.bitmover.com cK22403 cPBitKeeper/etc/ignore cR45273e24173205ec cV4 cX0xa1 cZ-07:00 e u U f e 0 f x 0xa1 t T I 2 BitKeeper/etc/csets I 3 bin/*/* I 4 results/*/* I 5 src/bk.ver I 6 src/tags I 7 BitKeeper/* E 7 E 6 E 5 E 4 E 3 E 2 I 1 E 1 LMbench/BitKeeper/etc/SCCS/s.logging_ok0100444002170200000240000000264607322324162017366 0ustar staelingamesH35894 s 00001/00000/00007 d D 1.6 01/05/01 14:28:12 staelin 7 6 c Logging to logging@openlogging.org accepted cC cHhpli69.hpli.hpl.hp.com cK16959 e s 00001/00000/00006 d D 1.5 01/04/09 09:48:15 staelin 6 5 c Logging to logging@openlogging.org accepted cC cHhpli12.hpli.hpl.hp.com cK14121 cZ+03:00 e s 00001/00000/00005 d D 1.4 00/08/08 05:41:07 staelin 5 4 c Logging to logging@openlogging.org accepted cC cHwork.bitmover.com cK11295 e s 00001/00000/00004 d D 1.3 00/08/03 17:38:28 lm 4 3 c Logging to logging@openlogging.org accepted cC cHva.bitmover.com cK08735 e s 00001/00000/00003 d D 1.2 00/08/03 13:40:21 lm 3 2 c Logging to logging@openlogging.org accepted cC cHwork.bitmover.com cK06946 cZ-07:00 e s 00003/00000/00000 d D 1.1 00/06/04 11:58:31 staelin 2 1 cC cF1 cK04921 cO-rw-rw-r-- e s 00000/00000/00000 d D 1.0 00/06/04 11:58:31 staelin 1 0 c BitKeeper file /tmp_mnt/usr/WebPaper/users/staelin/src/LMbench2/BitKeeper/etc/logging_ok cBlm@lm.bitmover.com|ChangeSet|20000131225335|47351|--LMBENCH-- cHhpli8.hpli.hpl.hp.com cK17701 cPBitKeeper/etc/logging_ok cR2f56095411a8a312 cV4 cX0xa1 cZ+03:00 e u U f e 0 f x 0xa1 t T I 2 yes staelin@hpli8.hpli.hpl.hp.com lm@lm.bitmover.com I 3 lm@work.bitmover.com I 4 lm@va.bitmover.com I 5 staelin@work.bitmover.com I 6 staelin@hpli12.hpli.hpl.hp.com I 7 staelin@hpli69.hpli.hpl.hp.com E 7 E 6 E 5 E 4 E 3 E 2 I 1 E 1 LMbench/BitKeeper/etc/SCCS/x.dfile0100664002170200000240000000000007322324162016321 0ustar staelingamesLMbench/BitKeeper/etc/level0100664002170200000240000000006107322324161015352 0ustar staelingames# This is the repository level, do not delete. 1 LMbench/BitKeeper/etc/ignore0100444002170200000240000000011007322324162015516 0ustar staelingamesBitKeeper/etc/csets bin/*/* results/*/* src/bk.ver src/tags BitKeeper/* LMbench/BitKeeper/deleted/0040775002170200000240000000000007322324161015161 5ustar staelingamesLMbench/BitKeeper/deleted/SCCS/0040775002170200000240000000000007322324161015714 5ustar staelingamesLMbench/BitKeeper/deleted/SCCS/s..del-bw_mem_rd.8~a4464de6fbe638280100444002170200000240000000262007322324162023363 0ustar staelingamesh41231 s 00000/00000/00029 d D 1.2 00/12/11 09:51:08 staelin 3 2 c Delete: doc/bw_mem_rd.8 cC cHhpli8.hpli.hpl.hp.com cK10049 cPBitKeeper/deleted/.del-bw_mem_rd.8~a4464de6fbe63828 cZ+02:00 e s 00029/00000/00000 d D 1.1 94/11/18 01:26:35 lm 2 1 c Initial revision cC cK04836 e s 00000/00000/00000 d D 1.0 94/11/18 01:26:34 lm 1 0 cBlm@lm.bitmover.com|ChangeSet|20000131225335|47351|--LMBENCH-- cHlm.bitmover.com cK03974 cPdoc/bw_mem_rd.8 cRa4464de6fbe63828 cV4 cX0x21 cZ-08:00 e u U f e 0 f x 0x21 t lmbench doc checkin T I 2 .\" $Id$ .TH BW_MEM_RD 8 "$Date$" "(c)1994 Larry McVoy" "LMBENCH" .SH NAME bw_mem_rd \- time memory read rate (with overhead) .SH SYNOPSIS .B bw_mem_rd .I size .SH DESCRIPTION .B bw_mem_rd allocates the specified amount of memory, zeros it, and then times the reading of that memory as a series of integer loads and adds. Each four byte integer is loaded and added to accumulator. .LP The size specification may end with ``k'' or ``m'' to mean kilobytes (* 1024) or megabytes (* 1024 * 1024). .SH OUTPUT Output format is \f(CB"%0.2f %.2f\\n", megabytes, megabytes_per_second\fP, i.e., .sp .ft CB 8.00 25.33 .ft .SH MEMORY UTILIZATION This benchmark should move approximately the reported amount of memory. .SH ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Funding for the development of this tool was provided by Sun Microsystems Computer Corporation. .SH "SEE ALSO" lmbench(8). E 2 I 1 E 1 LMbench/BitKeeper/deleted/SCCS/s..del-bw_mem_wr.8~99ed12a73b549c30100444002170200000240000000277707322324162023254 0ustar staelingamesh50917 s 00000/00000/00030 d D 1.2 00/12/11 09:51:09 staelin 3 2 c Delete: doc/bw_mem_wr.8 cC cHhpli8.hpli.hpl.hp.com cK09985 cPBitKeeper/deleted/.del-bw_mem_wr.8~99ed12a73b549c3 cZ+02:00 e s 00030/00000/00000 d D 1.1 94/11/18 01:26:35 lm 2 1 c Initial revision cC cK14666 e s 00000/00000/00000 d D 1.0 94/11/18 01:26:34 lm 1 0 cBlm@lm.bitmover.com|ChangeSet|20000131225335|47351|--LMBENCH-- cHlm.bitmover.com cK03993 cPdoc/bw_mem_wr.8 cR99ed12a73b549c3 cV4 cX0x21 cZ-08:00 e u U f e 0 f x 0x21 t lmbench doc checkin T I 2 .\" %W% %G% .TH BW_MEM_WR 8 "$Date$" "(c)1994 Larry McVoy" "LMBENCH" .SH NAME bw_mem_wr \- time memory write rate (with overhead) .SH SYNOPSIS .B bw_mem_wr .I size .SH DESCRIPTION .B bw_mem_wr allocates the specified amount of memory, zeros it, and then times the writing of that memory as a series of 4 byte integer stores and increments. .LP The size specification may end with ``k'' or ``m'' to mean kilobytes (* 1024) or megabytes (* 1024 * 1024). .SH OUTPUT Output format is \f(CB"%0.2f %.2f\\n", megabytes, megabytes_per_second\fP, i.e., .sp .ft CB 8.00 25.33 .ft .SH MEMORY UTILIZATION This benchmark can move up to twice the requested memory. A processor store is usually implemented as a read cache line, modify the cache line, and store the cache line (now or later, depending on cache write back policy). .SH ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Funding for the development of this tool was provided by Sun Microsystems Computer Corporation. .SH "SEE ALSO" lmbench(8). E 2 I 1 E 1 LMbench/BitKeeper/deleted/SCCS/s..del-mhz.irix~845ba9c3182ca3bb0100444002170200000240000000243307322324162023073 0ustar staelingamesh18588 s 00000/00000/00020 d D 1.4 00/12/11 14:41:30 staelin 5 4 c Delete: src/mhz.irix cC cHhpli8.hpli.hpl.hp.com cK07717 cPBitKeeper/deleted/.del-mhz.irix~845ba9c3182ca3bb cZ+02:00 e s 00005/00004/00015 d D 1.3 94/12/09 11:50:29 lm 4 3 c maybe I got it right this time. cC cK20487 cSAlpha2.11 e s 00003/00002/00016 d D 1.2 94/12/08 19:13:15 lm 3 2 c *** empty log message *** cK18935 e s 00018/00000/00000 d D 1.1 94/11/30 13:40:39 lm 2 1 c Initial revision cK13731 e s 00000/00000/00000 d D 1.0 94/11/30 13:40:38 lm 1 0 cBlm@lm.bitmover.com|ChangeSet|20000131225335|47351|--LMBENCH-- cHlm.bitmover.com cK00301 cPsrc/mhz.irix cR845ba9c3182ca3bb cV4 cX0x21 cZ-08:00 e u U f e 0 f x 0x21 t mhz that uses irix specific info. T I 2 #!/bin/sh # Mhz for irix - more accurate # $Id$ if [ X$1 = X-c ] then CLOCK=1 else CLOCK=0 fi D 3 set `hinv | grep MHZ` E 3 I 3 set `hinv | grep MHZ | head -1` E 3 D 4 if [ $CLOCK -eq 1 ] D 3 then bc << EOF E 3 I 3 then bc << EOF > /tmp/mhz E 4 I 4 bc << EOF > /tmp/mhz E 4 E 3 scale = 4 1000/$2 EOF I 3 D 4 echo `cat /tmp/mhz` Mhz, $2 nanosec clock E 3 else echo $2 E 4 I 4 if [ $CLOCK -eq 0 ] then echo $2 Mhz, `cat /tmp/mhz` nanosec clock else cat /tmp/mhz E 4 fi I 4 rm /tmp/mhz E 4 E 2 I 1 E 1 LMbench/BitKeeper/tmp/0040775002170200000240000000000007322324161014353 5ustar staelingamesLMbench/BitKeeper/log/0040775002170200000240000000000007322324162014335 5ustar staelingamesLMbench/BitKeeper/log/cmd_log0100666002170200000240000000120207322324167015663 0ustar staelingames!staelin 994682994 bk-2.0beta11b: sfio -i = 0 !staelin 994682994 bk-2.0beta11b: sfiles -pAC = 0 !staelin 994682994 bk-2.0beta11b: sfiles -D = 0 !staelin 994682994 bk-2.0beta11b: parent /usr/WebPaper/users/staelin/src/LMbench = 0 !staelin 994682994 bk-2.0beta11b: sfiles = 0 !staelin 994682999 bk-2.0beta11b: get -s = 0 !staelin 994682999 bk-2.0beta11b: get -s = 0 !staelin 994682999 bk-2.0beta11b: get -s = 0 !staelin 994682999 bk-2.0beta11b: get -s = 0 !staelin 994682999 bk-2.0beta11b: get -s = 0 !staelin 994682999 bk-2.0beta11b: sfiles -U -g = 0 !staelin 994682999 bk-2.0beta11b: prs -hr+ -d$if(:SYMBOL:){:SYMBOL: }:UTC: ../ChangeSet = 0 LMbench/BitKeeper/log/parent0100664002170200000240000000007707322324162015552 0ustar staelingameshpli69.hpli.hpl.hp.com:/usr/WebPaper/users/staelin/src/LMbench LMbench/scripts/0040775002170200000240000000000007322324167013376 5ustar staelingamesLMbench/scripts/SCCS/0040775002170200000240000000000007322324161014123 5ustar staelingamesLMbench/scripts/SCCS/s.mkrelease0100444002170200000240000000177607322324162016264 0ustar staelingamesh04502 s 00000/00000/00023 d D 1.2 00/01/31 15:29:42 lm 3 2 c Change mode to -rwxrwxr-x cC cHlm.bitmover.com cK06695 cO-rwxrwxr-x cZ-08:00 e s 00023/00000/00000 d D 1.1 98/06/08 22:58:27 lm 2 1 c mkrelease created on 98/06/08 22:58:27 by lm cC cK38152 e s 00000/00000/00000 d D 1.0 98/06/08 22:58:26 lm 1 0 cBlm@lm.bitmover.com|ChangeSet|20000131225335|47351|--LMBENCH-- cHbitmover cK03739 cPscripts/mkrelease cR8ca5c15a85807840 cV4 cX0x21 cZ-07:00 e u U f e 0 f x 0x21 t T I 2 #!/bin/sh # %W% # # XXX - does not check for checked out files. make -s clean make -s get VERS=`egrep 'MAJOR|MINOR' src/version.h | awk '{print $3}'` set `echo $VERS` if [ $2 -lt 0 ] then VERS=`echo $1$2 | sed s/-/alpha/` else VERS=`echo $VERS |sed 's/ /./'` fi D=lmbench-$VERS mkdir $D $D/results cp -rp SCCS doc hbench-REBUTTAL lmbench-HOWTO scripts src $D cp -rp results/SCCS $D/results (cd $D && make -s get) /bin/rm -rf $D/SCCS $D/*/SCCS tar czvf $D.tgz $D /bin/rm -rf $D make -s clean E 2 I 1 E 1 LMbench/scripts/SCCS/s.Makefile0100444002170200000240000000135007322324162016015 0ustar staelingamesh44430 s 00001/00001/00007 d D 1.3 00/01/31 16:29:28 lm 4 3 c Updates for BitKeeper. cC cHlm.bitmover.com cK06190 e s 00002/00002/00006 d D 1.2 98/03/30 01:02:55 lm 3 2 c SCCS cC cHwork.home cK05908 e s 00008/00000/00000 d D 1.1 94/11/23 17:44:02 lm 2 1 c Initial revision cK07196 e s 00000/00000/00000 d D 1.0 94/11/23 17:44:01 lm 1 0 cBlm@lm.bitmover.com|ChangeSet|20000131225335|47351|--LMBENCH-- cHlm.bitmover.com cK04193 cPscripts/Makefile cR5e85834849ee718e cV4 cX0x21 cZ-08:00 e u U f e 0 f x 0x21 t T I 2 # Makefile for lmbench scripts subdir. #$Id$ get: D 3 rccs get -s E 3 I 3 get -s E 3 clean: D 3 rccs clean -e -s E 3 I 3 D 4 clean E 4 I 4 -bk clean E 4 E 3 E 2 I 1 E 1 LMbench/scripts/SCCS/s.README0100444002170200000240000000162207322324162015237 0ustar staelingamesh00277 s 00001/00001/00006 d D 1.2 97/06/14 21:10:42 lm 3 2 c *** empty log message *** cC cK32083 cZ-07:00 e s 00007/00000/00000 d D 1.1 94/11/22 23:19:27 lm 2 1 c Initial revision cK32051 e s 00000/00000/00000 d D 1.0 94/11/22 23:19:26 lm 1 0 cBlm@lm.bitmover.com|ChangeSet|20000131225335|47351|--LMBENCH-- cHlm.bitmover.com cK03830 cPscripts/README cRdb3322f87176643c cV4 cX0x21 cZ-08:00 e u U f e 0 f x 0x21 t T I 2 $Id$ This directory contains scripts used to generate or post process lmbench output. You probably do not want to be here or run these by hand, the D 3 Makefiles in ../src and ../Results invoke these. There are some useful E 3 I 3 Makefiles in ../src and ../results invoke these. There are some useful E 3 scripts here, however, in particular the graphing scripts. If you are interested in groff graphing tools, check out ../doc/*graph.1. E 2 I 1 E 1 LMbench/scripts/SCCS/s.SHIT0100444002170200000240000004037407322324162015060 0ustar staelingamesh36507 s 00001/00000/00723 d D 1.2 95/11/29 12:39:38 lm 3 2 c 1.2 cC cK11064 e s 00723/00000/00000 d D 1.1 95/11/29 12:38:49 lm 2 1 c Initial revision cK08149 e s 00000/00000/00000 d D 1.0 95/11/29 12:38:48 lm 1 0 cBlm@lm.bitmover.com|ChangeSet|20000131225335|47351|--LMBENCH-- cHlm.bitmover.com cK03723 cPscripts/SHIT cRd2921abdc0373c7 cV4 cX0x21 cZ-08:00 e u U f e 0 f x 0x21 t asdasda T I 2 # Go find perl if we are running this as a shell script. eval 'exec perl -Ssw $0 "$@"' if 0; # Mimic the BSD tool, sccs, for RCS. # $Id$ # # Note - this reflects a lot of my personal taste. I'll try and list the # important differences here: # # A bunch of unused commands are not implemented. It is easy to add them, # mail me if you want me to add something. Please include a spec of what # you want the command to do. Mail lm@engr.sgi.com. # # I look at RCS file internals and know about certain fields as of revision # 5.x. # # This interface does not require a list of files/directories for most # commands; the implied list is *,v and/or RCS/*,v. Destructive commands, # such as clean -f, unedit, unget, do *not* have an implied list. In # other words, # rccs diffs is the same as rccs diffs RCS # but # rccs unedit is not the same as rccs unedit RCS # # If you add (potentially) destructive commands, please check for # them in main() and make sure that the autoexpand does not happen. # # TODO: # Make it so that you can pass a list of files/dirs via stdin. # # It might be nice to have all the "system" args printed out in # verbose and/or learn mode. Depends on whether you want people # to learn RCS or not. &init; &main; sub init { $0 =~ s|.*/||; # Add commands here so that -w shuts up. $lint = 0; &clean() && &create() && &example() && &get() && &edit() && &unedit() && &unget() && &diffs() && &delta() && &help() && &prs() && &prt() && &deledit() && &delget() && &enter() && &info() && &ci() && &co() && &fix() && &print() if $lint; } sub help { if ($#_ == -1) { &usage; } # Handle all the aliases. if ($_[0] eq "unedit" || $_[0] eq "unget") { &help("clean"); } elsif ($_[0] eq "clean") { } warn "Extended help on @_ not available yet.\n"; } sub usage { print < use as the description message (aka -d) delta - check in a revision -y use as the log message (aka -d) -s diffs - diff the working file against the RCS file fix - redit the last revision get - get the working file[s] (possibly for editing) history - print history of the files print - print the history and the latest contents Alias Real command Effect ----- ------------ ------ ci - delta check in a revision co - get check out a revision enter - create -g initialize a file without a get afterward unedit - clean -f remove working file even if modified unget - clean -f remove working file even if modified edit - get -e check out the file for editing prs - history print change log history prt - history print change log history An implied list of *,v and/or RCS/*,v is implied for most commands. The exceptions are commands that are potentially destructive, such as unedit. EOF exit 0; } sub main { local($cmd); local(@args); local(@comma_v); $cmd = "oops"; $cmd = shift(@ARGV) if $#ARGV > -1; &help(@ARGV) if $cmd eq "help" || $cmd eq "oops"; $dir_specified = $file_specified = 0; foreach $_ (@ARGV) { # If it is an option, just pass it through. if (/^-/) { push(@args, $_); } # If they specified an RCS directory, explode it into ,v files. elsif (-d $_) { $dir_specified = 1; warn "Exploding $_\n" if $debug; push(@args, grep(/,v$/, &filelist($_))); push(@args, grep(/,v$/, &filelist("$_/RCS"))); } # If it is a file, make it be the ,v file. else { if (!/,v$/) { # XXX - what if both ./xxx,v and ./RCS/xxx,v? if (-f "$_,v") { $_ .= ",v"; } else { if (m|/|) { m|(.*)/(.*)|; $f = "$1/RCS/$2,v"; } else { $f = "RCS/$_,v"; } if (-f $f) { $_ = $f; } } } if (-f $_) { $file_specified = 1; warn "Adding $_\n" if $debug; push(@args, $_); } else { warn "$0: skipping $_, no RCS file.\n"; } } } # Figure out if it is a potentially destructive command. These # commands do not automagically expand *,v and RCS/*,v. $destructive = ($cmd eq "clean" && $args[0] eq "-f") || $cmd eq "unedit" || $cmd eq "unget"; # If they didn't specify a file or a directory, generate a list # of all ./*,v and ./RCS/*,v files. unless ($destructive || $dir_specified || $file_specified) { warn "Exploding . && ./RCS\n" if $debug; push(@args, grep(/,v$/, &filelist("."))); push(@args, grep(/,v$/, &filelist("RCS"))); } unless ($cmd =~ /^create$/) { @comma_v = grep(/,v$/, @args); if ($#comma_v == -1) { ($s = "$cmd @ARGV") =~ s/\s+$//; die "$0 $s: No RCS files specified.\n"; } } # Exit codes: # 0 - it worked # 1 - unspecified error # 2 - command unknown $exit = 2; warn "Trying &$cmd(@args)\n" if $debug; eval(&$cmd(@args)); if ($exit == 2) { warn "Possible unknown/unimplemented command: $cmd\n"; &usage; } else { exit $exit; } } # Read the directory and return a list of files. # XXX - isn't there a builtin that does this? sub filelist { local(@entries) = (); local($ent); opendir(DFD, $_[0]) || return (); foreach $ent (readdir(DFD)) { $ent = "$_[0]/$ent"; next unless -f $ent; push(@entries, $ent); } warn "filelist($_[0]): @entries\n" if $debug; @entries; } # Take a list of ,v files and return a list of associated working files. sub working { local(@working, $working) = (); foreach $comma_v (@_) { # Strip the ,v. # Strip the RCS specification. ($working = $comma_v) =~ s|,v$||; $working =~ s|RCS/||; push(@working, $working); } @working; } # Same as "clean -f" - throw away all changes sub unedit { &clean("-f", @_); } sub unget { &clean("-f", @_); } # Get rid of everything that isn't edited and has an associated RCS file. # -e remove edited files that have not been changed. # -f remove files that are edited with changes (CAREFUL!) # This implies the -e opt. # -d Check in files that have been modified. If no message, prompt # on each file. This implies -e. # -y Like -d for people that are used to SCCS. # -m Like -d for people that are used to RCS. # # Note: this does not use rcsclean; I don't know when that showed up. And # the 5.x release of RCS I have does not install it. sub clean { local(@working); local($e_opt, $f_opt, $d_opt, $s_opt) = (0,0,0,0); local($msg); local(@checkins) = (); while ($_[0] =~ /^-/) { if ($_[0] eq "-s") { $s_opt = 1; shift(@_); } elsif ($_[0] eq "-e") { $e_opt = 1; shift(@_); } elsif ($_[0] eq "-f") { $f_opt = $e_opt = 1; shift(@_); } elsif ($_[0] =~ /^-[dym]/) { $d_opt = $e_opt = 1; if ($_[0] =~ /^-[dym]$/) { $msg = $_[0]; } else { ($msg = $_[0]) =~ s/-[ydm]//; $msg = "-m'" . $msg . "'"; } shift(@_); } else { die "$0 clean: unknown option: $_[0]\n"; } } @working = &working(@_); for ($i = 0; $i <= $#_; ++$i) { # No working file? if (!-f $working[$i]) { warn "No working file $working[$i] for $_[$i]\n" if $debug; next; } # Read only? Unlink. if (!-w $working[$i]) { warn "rm $working[$i]\n" unless $s_opt; # Make sure there is an RCS file if (-f $_[$i]) { # XXX - what if ro and edited? unlink($working[$i]) unless $n; } else { warn "clean: no RCS file for $working[$i]\n"; } next; } # If they just want to know about it, tell them. if ($e_opt == 0) { open(RCS, $_[$i]); while ($r = ) { last if $r =~ /locks/; } @locks = (); while ($r = ) { # XXX - I use "comment" a delimiter. last if $r =~ /comment/; $r =~ s/^\s+//; chop($r); push(@locks, $r); } close(RCS); if ($#locks > -1) { warn "$working[$i]: being edited: @locks\n"; } else { warn "$working[$i]: " . "writeable but not edited?!?\n"; } next; } # See if there have actually been any changes. # Notice that this is cmp(1) in about 10 lines of perl! open(RCS, "co -q -p -kkvl $_[$i] |"); open(WORK, $working[$i]); $diff = 0; while ($r = ) { unless (($w = ) && ($r eq $w)) { $diff = 1; last; } } if ($w = ) { $diff = 1; } close(RCS); close(WORK); if ($diff) { if ($f_opt) { warn "Clean modified $working[$i]\n" unless $s_opt; unless ($n) { unlink($working[$i]); system "rcs -q -u $_[$i]"; } } elsif ($d_opt) { push(@checkins, $_[$i]); } else { warn "Can't clean modified $working[$i]\n"; } next; } else { warn "rm $working[$i]\n" unless $s_opt; unless ($n) { unlink($working[$i]); system "rcs -q -u $_[$i]"; } } } # Handle files that needed deltas. if ($#checkins > -1) { warn "ci -q $msg @checkins\n" if $verbose; system "ci -q $msg @checkins"; } $exit = 0; } # Create - initialize the RCS file # -y - use as the description message for all files. # -d - use as the description message for all files. # -g - don't do the get # # Differs from sccs in that it does not preserve the original # files (I never found that very useful). sub create { local($arg, $noget, $description, $cmd) = ("", "", ""); foreach $arg (@_) { # Options... if ($arg =~ /^-[yd]/) { ($description = $arg) =~ s/^-[yd]//; $arg = ""; warn "Desc: $description\n" if $debug; next; } if ($arg eq "-g") { $noget = "yes"; $arg = ""; next; } next if ($arg =~ /^-/); # If no RCS subdir, make one. if ($arg =~ m|/|) { # full path ($dir = $arg) =~ s|/[^/]+$||; mkdir("$dir/RCS", 0775); } else { # in $CWD mkdir("RCS", 0775); } } $exit = 0; if ($description ne "") { $cmd = "ci -t-'$description' @_"; } else { $cmd = "ci @_"; } warn "$cmd\n" if $verbose; system "$cmd"; system "co @_" unless $noget; } # Like create without the get. sub enter { &create("-g", @_); } # Edit - get the working file editable sub edit { &get("-e", @_); } # co - normal RCS sub co { &get(@_); } # Get - get the working file # -e Retrieve a version for editing. # Same as co -l. # -p Print the file to stdout. # -k Suppress expansion of ID keywords. # Like co -kk. # -s Suppress all output. # # Note that all other options are passed to co(1). sub get { local($arg, $working, $f, $p); $f = $p = 0; foreach $arg (@_) { # Options... $arg = "-l" if ($arg eq "-e"); $arg = "-kk" if ($arg eq "-k"); $arg = "-q" if ($arg eq "-s"); $f = 1 if ($arg eq "-f"); $p = 1 if ($arg eq "-p"); # XXX - what if -sp? next if $arg =~ /^-/ || $p; # Check for writable files and skip them unless someone asked # for co's -f option. ($working = $arg) =~ s|,v$||; $working =~ s|RCS/||; if ((-w $working) && $f == 0) { warn "ERROR [$arg]: writable `$working' exists.\n"; $arg = ""; } } @files = grep(/,v/, @_); if ($#files == -1) { warn "$0 $cmd: no files to get. @_\n"; $exit = 1; } else { system "co @_"; $exit = 0; } } # Aliases for history. sub prt { &history(@_); } sub prs { &history(@_); } # History - change history sub command sub history { local(@history); open(RL, "rlog @_|"); # Read the whole history while ($r = ) { # Read the history for one file. if ($r !~ /^[=]+$/) { push(@history, $r); next; } &print_history(@history); @history = (); } close(RL); print "+-----------------------------------\n"; $exit = 0; } sub print_history { for ($i = 0; $i <= $#_; ++$i) { # Get the one time stuff if ($_[$i] =~ /^RCS file:/) { $_[$i] =~ s/RCS file:\s*//; chop($_[$i]); print "+------ $_[$i] -------\n|\n"; } # Get the history if ($_[$i] =~ /^----------------------------/) { local($rev, $date, $author, $lines) = ("", "", "", ""); $i++; die "Bad format\n" unless $_[$i] =~ /revision/; $_[$i] =~ s/revision\s+//; chop($_[$i]); $rev = $_[$i]; $i++; die "Bad format\n" unless $_[$i] =~ /date/; @parts = split(/[\s\n;]+/, $_[$i]); for ($j = 0; $j <= $#parts; $j++) { if ($parts[$j] =~ /date/) { $j++; $date = "$parts[$j] "; $j++; $date .= "$parts[$j]"; } if ($parts[$j] =~ /author/) { $j++; $author = $parts[$j]; } if ($parts[$j] =~ /lines/) { $j++; $lines = "$parts[$j] "; $j++; $lines .= "$parts[$j]"; } } print "| $rev $date $author $lines\n"; while ($_[++$i] && $_[$i] !~ /^----------------------------/) { print "| $_[$i]"; ### unless $rev =~ /^1\.1$/; } print "|\n"; $i--; } } } # Show changes between working file and RCS file # # -C -> -c for compat with sccs (not sure if this is needed...). sub diffs { local(@working); local($diff) = "diff"; local($rev) = ""; while ($_[0] =~ /^-/) { if ($_[0] eq "-C") { $diff .= " -c"; shift(@_); } elsif ($_[0] =~ /^-r/) { $rev = $_[0]; shift(@_); } elsif ($_[0] eq "-sdiff") { # XXX - screen size $diff = "sdiff -w80"; shift(@_); } else { $diff .= " $_[0]"; shift(@_); } } @working = &working(@_); for ($i = 0; $i <= $#_; ++$i) { # No working file? if (!-f $working[$i]) { warn "No working file $working[$i] for $_[$i]\n" if $debug; next; } # Read only? Skip. next unless (-w $working[$i]); # Show the changes print "\n------ $working[$i]$rev ------\n"; fflush(stdout); # XXX - flush stdout. if ($diff =~ /^sdiff/) { system "co -q -p -kkvl $rev $_[$i] > /tmp/sdiff.$$" . "&& $diff /tmp/sdiff.$$ $working[$i]"; # XXX - interrupts? unlink("/tmp/sdiff.$$"); } else { system "co -q -p -kkvl $rev $_[$i] |" . " $diff - $working[$i]"; } } $exit = 0; } # delta - check in the files sub delta { local($description) = (""); local($i, @working); @working = &working(@_); for ($i = 0; $i <= $#_; ++$i) { # Options... if ($_[$i] =~ /^-[yd]/) { ($description = $_[$i]) =~ s/^-[yd]/-m/; $description = "'" . $description . "'"; $_[$i] = ""; next; } $_[$i] = "-q" if $_[$i] eq "-s"; $_[$i] = "" unless -f $working[$i]; } $exit = 0; warn "ci $description @_\n" if $verbose; system "ci $description @_"; } # Allow RCS interface ci sub ci { &delta(@_); } # delget sub delget { &delta(@_); &get(@_); # If there was a description, delta nuked it... } # deledit sub deledit { &delta(@_); &get("-e", @_); # If there was a description, delta nuked it... } # info - who is editing what sub info { local(@working); @working = &working(@_); for ($i = 0; $i <= $#_; $i++) { open(RCS, $_[$i]); while ($r = ) { last if $r =~ /locks/; } @locks = (); while ($r = ) { # XXX - I use "comment" a delimter. last if $r =~ /comment/; $r =~ s/^\s+//; chop($r); push(@locks, $r); } close(RCS); if ($#locks > -1) { warn "$working[$i]: being edited: @locks\n"; } } $exit = 0; } # Fix - fix the last change to a file sub fix { foreach $f (@_) { next unless -f $f; open(F, $f); while () { last if /head\s\d/; } close(F); unless ($_ && /head/) { warn "$0 $cmd: No head node found in $f\n"; next; } s/head\s+//; chop; chop; $rev = $_; ($working = $f) =~ s/,v//; $working =~ s|RCS/||; system "co -q $f && rcs -o$rev $f && rcs -l $f && chmod +w $working"; } $exit = 0; } # print - print the history and the latest revision of the file sub print { local($file); foreach $file (@_) { &history($file); &get("-s", "-p", $file); } $exit = 0; } # Example - example sub command # -Q change this option to -q just to show how. sub example { local($arg, $working); foreach $arg (@_) { # Options... $arg = "-Q" if ($arg eq "-q"); } warn "rlog @_\n" if $verbose; system "rlog @_"; $exit = 0; } I 3 RCS bghtml html-list man2html E 3 E 2 I 1 E 1 LMbench/scripts/SCCS/s.TODO0100444002170200000240000000076207322324162015053 0ustar staelingamesh32076 s 00003/00000/00000 d D 1.1 00/01/31 08:53:40 lm 2 1 cC cF1 cK07460 cO-rwxr-xr-x e s 00000/00000/00000 d D 1.0 00/01/31 08:53:40 lm 1 0 c BitKeeper file /home/lm/lmbench/scripts/TODO cBlm@lm.bitmover.com|ChangeSet|20000131225335|47351|--LMBENCH-- cHlm.bitmover.com cK07756 cPscripts/TODO cRc9f4b1757aa28114 cV4 cX0x21 cZ-08:00 e u U f e 0 f x 0x21 t T I 2 Make graph take a %T and %T2 and put %T above %T2 Or make it take \n in the title and deal. E 2 I 1 E 1 LMbench/scripts/SCCS/s.allctx0100444002170200000240000000375107322324162015576 0ustar staelingamesh06633 s 00000/00000/00071 d D 1.3 00/01/31 15:29:41 lm 4 3 c Change mode to -rwxrwxr-x cC cK06389 cO-rwxrwxr-x cZ-08:00 e s 00004/00001/00067 d D 1.2 96/05/21 23:09:08 lm 3 2 c exit status cC cK34192 e s 00068/00000/00000 d D 1.1 95/10/25 09:52:01 lm 2 1 c Initial revision cK30624 e s 00000/00000/00000 d D 1.0 95/10/25 09:52:00 lm 1 0 cBlm@lm.bitmover.com|ChangeSet|20000131225335|47351|--LMBENCH-- cHlm.bitmover.com cK04044 cPscripts/allctx cRcc93e1fcf21cfdd5 cV4 cX0x21 cZ-07:00 e u U f e 0 f x 0x21 t paper stuff. T I 2 # Extract the context switching information from lmbench result files. # Usage: getctx file file.... # # Hacked into existence by Larry McVoy (lm@sun.com now lm@sgi.com). # Copyright (c) 1994 Larry McVoy. GPLed software. # $Id$ D 3 eval "exec perl -Ss $0 $*" E 3 I 3 eval 'exec perl -Ss $0 "$@"' E 3 if 0; $first = 1; foreach $file (@ARGV) { open(FD, $file); I 3 $file =~ s|.*/||; $file =~ s/\.\d+//; E 3 while () { chop; if (/^\[lmbench/) { split; if ($_[3] eq "SunOS") { $_[3] .= "-$_[5]"; } $uname = "@_"; } if (/Mhz/) { $mhz = $_; } if (/^.size=/) { s/size/Process size/; s/ ovr/\toverhead/; @info = &getinfo($uname, $mhz); ($f = $file) =~ s|.*/||; print "\n" unless $first; $first = 0; print "%T $info[3] $info[$#info]Mhz\n"; print "$_\n"; while () { last if /^Null/ || /^Pipe/ || /^Memor/; next if /\$Id/; s/ ovr/\toverhead/; s/size/Process size/; print ; } last; } } } I 3 exit 0; E 3 # Try and create sensible names from uname -a output sub getinfo { local(@info); local($name); local($mhz) = sprintf("%.0f", $_[1]); @info = split(/\s+/, $_[0]); $name = pop(@info); chop($name); if ($name eq "mips") { $name = "$info[$#info]@$mhz"; } elsif ($_[0] =~ /HP-UX/) { $name = "$info[7]@$mhz"; } elsif ($_[0] =~ /SunOS/) { $name = "$info[7]@$mhz"; } else { $name .= "@$mhz"; } push(@info, $name); @info; } E 2 I 1 E 1 LMbench/scripts/SCCS/s.allmem0100444002170200000240000000361707322324162015557 0ustar staelingamesh65051 s 00000/00000/00069 d D 1.3 00/01/31 15:29:41 lm 4 3 c Change mode to -rwxrwxr-x cC cK06373 cO-rwxrwxr-x cZ-08:00 e s 00002/00001/00067 d D 1.2 96/05/21 23:09:08 lm 3 2 c exit status cC cK27555 e s 00068/00000/00000 d D 1.1 95/10/25 09:52:01 lm 2 1 c Initial revision cK26864 e s 00000/00000/00000 d D 1.0 95/10/25 09:52:00 lm 1 0 cBlm@lm.bitmover.com|ChangeSet|20000131225335|47351|--LMBENCH-- cHlm.bitmover.com cK04028 cPscripts/allmem cR300808bde8ca0dcf cV4 cX0x21 cZ-07:00 e u U f e 0 f x 0x21 t paper stuff T I 2 # Extract the memory latency graph data from lmbench result files. # # Hacked into existence by Larry McVoy (lm@sun.com now lm@sgi.com). # Copyright (c) 1994 Larry McVoy. GPLed software. # $Id$ D 3 eval "exec perl -Ss $0 $*" E 3 I 3 eval 'exec perl -Ss $0 "$@"' E 3 if 0; # Uses a stride of 128 #print "\"%X Array size\n\"%Y Latency in nanoseconds\n"; foreach $file (@ARGV) { open(FD, $file); $file =~ s|.*/||; while () { chop; if (/^\[lmbench/) { split; if ($_[3] eq "SunOS") { $_[3] .= "-$_[5]"; } $uname = "@_"; } if (/Mhz/) { $mhz = $_; } if (/^Memory load latency/) { @info = &getinfo($uname, $mhz); ($f = $file) =~ s|.*/||; print "\"$file $info[3] $info[$#info]\n"; while () { next unless /^"stride=128/; last; } while () { if (/^\s*$/) { print "\n"; last; } print; } last; } } } I 3 exit 0; E 3 # Try and create sensible names from uname -a output sub getinfo { local(@info); local($name); local($mhz) = sprintf("%.0f", $_[1]); @info = split(/\s+/, $_[0]); $name = pop(@info); chop($name); if ($name eq "mips") { $name = "$info[$#info]@$mhz"; } elsif ($_[0] =~ /HP-UX/) { $name = "$info[7]@$mhz"; } elsif ($_[0] =~ /SunOS/) { $name = "$info[7]@$mhz"; } else { $name .= "@$mhz"; } push(@info, $name); @info; } E 2 I 1 E 1 LMbench/scripts/SCCS/s.bargraph0100444002170200000240000002652307322324162016077 0ustar staelingamesh14874 s 00000/00000/00430 d D 1.5 00/01/31 15:29:41 lm 6 5 c Change mode to -rwxrwxr-x cC cK06580 cO-rwxrwxr-x cZ-08:00 e s 00004/00005/00426 d D 1.4 96/05/21 23:09:40 lm 5 4 c first pass at perl5. cC cK56583 e s 00001/00001/00430 d D 1.3 95/08/31 18:23:35 lm 4 3 c perl5 cK55760 e s 00125/00044/00306 d D 1.2 95/08/22 15:24:12 lm 3 2 c slide & sideways support. XXX - need to update the man page. cK55680 cZ-07:00 e s 00350/00000/00000 d D 1.1 94/11/22 23:16:48 lm 2 1 c Initial revision cK18099 e s 00000/00000/00000 d D 1.0 94/11/22 23:16:47 lm 1 0 cBlm@lm.bitmover.com|ChangeSet|20000131225335|47351|--LMBENCH-- cHlm.bitmover.com cK04239 cPscripts/bargraph cRca073339c08ad586 cV4 cX0x21 cZ-08:00 e u U f e 0 f x 0x21 t lmbench1.0 release T I 2 D 5 E 5 # $Id$ D 5 eval "exec perl -Ssw $0 $*" E 5 I 5 eval 'exec perl -Ss $0 "$@"' E 5 if 0; # A simple bargraph preprocessor for GNU pic / troff package. # Hacked into existence by Larry McVoy (lm@sun.com now lm@sgi.com). # Copyright (c) 1994 Larry McVoy. GPLed software. # I 3 # TODO # Make this work with sideways graphs. # E 3 # Input format is: # # 3 foo bar # 9 bigger foo # "Silly example # # and output is # # bigger # foo # +----------+ # | | # foo | | # bar | | # +----------+ | | # | | | | # +----------+ +----------+ # ------------------------------- # 3 9 # # Silly example # # Input options: # specifier value default # %ps 10 D 3 # %ft CB E 3 I 3 # %ft HB E 3 # %labelgap 1.5 # %xsize 7 # %ysize 6 # %Title n|s none # %titleplus 0 # %label%d