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Understanding Manycore Scalability of File Systems
We analyze the manycore scalability of five widelydeployed
file systems, namely, ext4, XFS, btrfs, F2FS,
and tmpfs, by using our open source benchmark suite,
FXMARK. FXMARK implements 19 microbenchmarks
to stress specific components of each file system and
includes three application benchmarks to measure the
macroscopic scalability behavior. We observe that file
systems are hidden scalability bottlenecks in many I/Ointensive
applications even when there is no apparent
contention at the application level. We found 25 scalability
bottlenecks in file systems, many of which are
unexpected or counterintuitive. We draw a set of observations
on file system scalability behavior and unveil several
core aspects of file system design that systems researchers
must address.
filetype:pdf  paper  filesystem  unix  performance  multi-core  modern  2016  btrfs  ext4  xfs 
november 2016 by jabley
MediaTek Helio X20 gets benchmarked, sets new Geekbench multi-core record
MediaTek’s new flagship Helio X20 chip has managed to leave the competition behind in GeekBench. A listing on the GeekBench database reveals the Helio X20 manages to score an incredibly high 7037 in the multi-core GeekBench test, which is significantly higher than what current flagship chips from Qualcomm and Samsung are capable of achieving. The...

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MediaTek  Helio  X20  gets  benchmarked  sets  new  Geekbench  multi-core  record 
december 2015 by vrzone
Snapdragon 820 powered Galaxy S7 posts impressive GeekBench multi-core result
It looks like the Snapdragon 820 powered variants of the Samsung Galaxy S7 won’t be much of a downgrade performance-wise when compared to the Exynos 8890 powered variants. According to a post from a tipster on China’s Weibo, the ‘Samsung optimized’ Snapdragon 820 chipset on the Galaxy S7 now scores 5423 in the multi-core GeekBench...

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Snapdragon  820  powered  Galaxy  S7  posts  impressive  GeekBench  multi-core  result 
december 2015 by vrzone
Video Lectures | Performance Engineering of Software Systems | Electrical Engineering and Computer Science | MIT OpenCourseWare
This ocw course looks very interesting. The first lecture demos gains that can be achieved by leveraging modern hw.
course  performance  multi-core  cache 
november 2014 by kamal

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