lmbench is horribly broken

By: Ireland (boh.delete@this.outlook.ie), March 18, 2017 12:23 pm
Room: Moderated Discussions
bakaneko (nyan.delete@this.hyan.wan) on March 18, 2017 11:17 am wrote:
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> How big you make caches and how you connect them is trivial compared to this.

Yeah, makes sense.

So, you have to run a check on all of the desks, in the local bureau, prior to going down to the filing cabinet storage floor. The advantage of the file cabinet floor say, the non-cached situation, is that it's all very neatly organized. I.e. You can find it. However, you'd have guys on roller skates and Segways, trying not to crash into each other. The cache is really trying to give the documents that leave the floor/room of filing cabinets, a place to go and 'have an address', while in shorter term storage (i.e. on desks, in paper trays etc), before getting processed. And as you explained, a task may require several pieces of documentation to 'merge' briefly, in order for some process to be executed successfully.

We're really dependent upon the effectiveness of the guys sitting on the desks, to know what it is important to request (or not request), and also look at what's on other desks, and paper trays. They have to do a lot more, than the guys, simply rolling around on roller skates are doing.

The thing about the 'office worker' and paper document analogy, is that it seems to indicate a situation, in which an army of people can come to work - and get about doing their tasks, flat-out pretty much, from nine o'clock until five. Rinse and repeat. On the other hand, what the hotel room analogy is talking about, are these cases where there is a 'shock' placed upon a system, periodically. I.e. There are times, when it's impossible to fill the capacity that the system has, and other times, when you can't have enough capacity almost.

The example of the hotel, is merely to serve as an example of a situation, where you're 'beat' no matter what you do. It's a worst, worst case situation. Because, given the nature of application (in this case, a hotel), you're resigned the fact there's going to be a lot of infrastructure, and a lot of it is going to be under-utilized a lot of the time. Then on top of having to build all of that infrastructure, which will do very little, you still have these occasional peaks of demand placed upon the system. It's a constant balancing act, trying to find 'clever ways' that will ensure that you minimize the amount of redundant infrastructure you need to build, and at the same time make the system appear like it has enough capacity to those guests who will use it for a very short period of time.
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                                    lmbench is horribly brokenIreland2017/03/18 12:23 PM
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                                    lmbench is horribly brokenLinus Torvalds2017/03/19 04:25 PM
                                      mea culpa (lmbench is horribly broken)Linus Torvalds2017/03/19 06:05 PM
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                                          mea culpa (lmbench is horribly broken)Linus Torvalds2017/03/21 09:01 AM
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                                            mea culpa (lmbench is horribly broken)Linus Torvalds2017/03/21 05:03 PM
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                                                      mea culpa (lmbench is horribly broken)Linus Torvalds2017/03/23 10:43 AM
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                                                mea culpa (lmbench is horribly broken)Linus Torvalds2017/03/23 11:22 AM
                                                  Thank you. Associativity misses explain it.anon2017/03/23 10:48 PM
                                                    Thank you. Associativity misses explain it.Linus Torvalds2017/03/24 01:26 PM
                                                      Thank you. Associativity misses explain it.Travis2017/03/24 10:01 PM
                                                        thanks should read "but if it is any TYPE of mix" (NT)Travis2017/03/24 10:02 PM
                                                        Thank you. Associativity misses explain it.Linus Torvalds2017/03/25 12:10 PM
                                                          Thank you. Associativity misses explain it.Travis2017/03/25 04:08 PM
                                                            Thank you. Associativity misses explain it.Linus Torvalds2017/03/26 10:27 AM
                                  lmbench is horribly brokenLinus Torvalds2017/03/19 03:51 PM
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