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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

Notes:



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
3970.35
1 1988.782 512 KB
2 1988.782 512 KB
3 1988.782 512 KB 3970.35
3970.35


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

Results:
BYTE UNIX Benchmarks (Version 3.11)
System -- Linux box .
unknown
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)



INDEX VALUES
TEST BASELINE RESULT INDEX

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
AVERAGE 97.3
 

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volcheck(1)                                                        User Commands                                                       volcheck(1)

NAME
volcheck - checks for media in a drive and by default checks all floppy media SYNOPSIS
volcheck [-v] [-i secs] [-t secs] pathname DESCRIPTION
The volcheck utility tells Volume Management to look at each dev/pathname in sequence and determine if new media has been inserted in the drive. The default action is to volcheck all checkable media managed by volume management. OPTIONS
The following options are supported: -i secs Set the frequency of device checking to secs seconds. The default is 2 seconds. The minimum frequency is 1 second. -t secs Check the named device(s) for the next secs seconds. The maximum number of seconds allowed is 28800, which is 8 hours. The fre- quency of checking is specified by -i. There is no default total time. -v Verbose. OPERANDS
The following operands are supported: pathname The path name of a media device. EXAMPLES
Example 1: A sample of the volcheck command. The following example example% volcheck -v /dev/diskette /dev/diskette has media asks Volume Management to examine the floppy drive for new media. The following example example% volcheck -i 2 -t 600 /dev/diskette1 & asks Volume Management if there is a floppy in the floppy drive every 2 seconds for 600 seconds (10 minutes). FILES
/dev/volctl Volume Management control port ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Availability |SUNWvolu | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
eject(1), volcancel(1), volmissing(1) rmmount(1M), vold(1M), rmmount.conf(4), vold.conf(4), attributes(5), volfs(7FS) WARNINGS
Due to a hardware limitation in many floppy drives, the act of checking for media causes mechanical action in the floppy drive. Continu- ous polling of the floppy drive will cause the drive to wear out. It is recommended that polling the drive only be performed during periods of high use. SunOS 5.10 21 Feb 1997 volcheck(1)

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