Re: How to measure performance inside Kernel?

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Graeme,

I found a problem on my code. I was calling kmalloc() only once for
both portions of code. The result is that the first loop that accessed
the memory was finding some penalty. Now I'm calling independent
kmalloc for each test.

The latest results are:
Proposed_code:	13.3940560108
Original_code:	37.8944950594

The graph is at:
http://i.imgur.com/nPjTE.jpg

Source:
http://goo.gl/cCMIa

Peter
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gpg id: 48274C36

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