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UNIX Standards and Benchmarks UNIX & LINUX Benchmarks (Version 3.11) Linux Benchmarks Dell Dual Xeon PowerEdge 4600 Post 41371 by tnorth on Friday 3rd of October 2003 11:49:09 PM
Old 10-04-2003
Dell Dual Xeon PowerEdge 4600


System Configuration: [i686] Dell Computer Corporation PowerEdge 4600 (4 X Intel(R) XEON(TM) CPU 2.00GHz
1988.782 MHz) hyperthreaded
System clock frequency: 99.0827 MHz
Memory size (approximate): 2559 Megabytes

========================= CPUs ========================

CPU # CPU MHz CACHE (KB) Bogomips
------- --------- ------------ ----------
0 1988.782 512 KB 3944.04
1 1988.782 512 KB
2 1988.782 512 KB
3 1988.782 512 KB 3970.35

PCI RAID Dell Computer Corporation PowerEdge Expandable RAID Controller 3/Di (rev 01)
RAID5 across 5 disks.

BYTE UNIX Benchmarks (Version 3.11)
System -- Linux box .
Start Benchmark Run: Wed Sep 10 16:13:25 EDT 2003
13 interactive users.
Dhrystone 2 without register variables 2804051.1 lps (10 secs, 6 samples)
Dhrystone 2 using register variables 2779392.5 lps (10 secs, 6 samples)
Arithmetic Test (type = arithoh) 10609125.6 lps (10 secs, 6 samples)
Arithmetic Test (type = register) 495673.6 lps (10 secs, 6 samples)
Arithmetic Test (type = short) 329765.3 lps (10 secs, 6 samples)
Arithmetic Test (type = int) 493445.2 lps (10 secs, 6 samples)
Arithmetic Test (type = long) 495279.2 lps (10 secs, 6 samples)
Arithmetic Test (type = float) 447996.4 lps (10 secs, 6 samples)
Arithmetic Test (type = double) 448015.6 lps (10 secs, 6 samples)
System Call Overhead Test 198333.6 lps (10 secs, 6 samples)
Pipe Throughput Test 282941.1 lps (10 secs, 6 samples)
Pipe-based Context Switching Test 104133.0 lps (10 secs, 6 samples)
Process Creation Test 3907.1 lps (10 secs, 6 samples)
Execl Throughput Test 1299.8 lps (9 secs, 6 samples)
File Read (10 seconds) 856057.0 KBps (10 secs, 6 samples)
File Write (10 seconds) 184249.0 KBps (10 secs, 6 samples)
File Copy (10 seconds) 37179.0 KBps (10 secs, 6 samples)
File Read (30 seconds) 925.0 KBps (30 secs, 2 samples)
File Write (30 seconds) 427.0 KBps (30 secs, 2 samples)
File Copy (30 seconds) 1.0 KBps (30 secs, 2 samples)
C Compiler Test 839.7 lpm (60 secs, 3 samples)
Shell scripts (1 concurrent) 1809.0 lpm (60 secs, 3 samples)
Shell scripts (2 concurrent) 1354.3 lpm (60 secs, 3 samples)
Shell scripts (4 concurrent) 930.0 lpm (60 secs, 3 samples)
Shell scripts (8 concurrent) 497.0 lpm (60 secs, 3 samples)
Dc: sqrt(2) to 99 decimal places 55201.8 lpm (60 secs, 6 samples)
Recursion Test--Tower of Hanoi 48568.8 lps (10 secs, 6 samples)


Arithmetic Test (type = double) 2541.7 448015.6 176.3
Dhrystone 2 without register variables 22366.3 2804051.1 125.4
Execl Throughput Test 16.5 1299.8 78.8
File Copy (30 seconds) 179.0 1.0 0.0
Pipe-based Context Switching Test 1318.5 104133.0 79.0
Shell scripts (8 concurrent) 4.0 497.0 124.2
SUM of 6 items 583.6

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