Monday, January 22
This is updated from my previous post. I now have three new servers to play with, so let's see how they go.
LinuxKasumi, Ukyo and Shampoo are Xeon 3060s: dual-core 64-bit 2.4GHz
Akane and Nabiki are Opteron 170s: dual-core 64-bit 2.0GHz.
Ranma is an Athlon XP 3000+: single-core 32-bit 2.16GHz.
Martina is an Athlon XP 2800+: single-core 32-bit 2.08GHz.
Naga is an Athlon 64 3200+: single-core 64-bit 2.0GHz.
Namo was a P4 Celeron: single-core 32-bit 1.7GHz
WindowsLina: Pentium 4 2.6GHz
Amelia: Core Duo 1.66GHz
Haruhi: Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz
|Lina||Pentium 4||2.6GHz||2.5 (Win)||2.038||5.058||0.875||7.971|
|Haruhi||Core 2 Duo||2.4GHz||2.5 (Win)||0.644||1.933||0.477||3.053|
|Amelia||Core Duo||1.66GHz||2.5 (Win)||1.243||3.158||1.033||5.434|
|Haruhi||Core 2||2.4GHz||2.5 (Win)+Psyco||0.012||0.273||0.554||0.839|
I'm not sure where the difference between the Linux and Windows versions comes from; I'm guessing that Psyco would still be using Python's string libraries, and they're compiled using a different (better) compiler on Windows, perhaps Intel's. I'm still using GCC 3.4.6 (which is what CentOS installs); I might be able to do better with GCC 4.1, and I'll probably try that at some point.
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