[Beowulf] Re: newbie
deadline at eadline.org
Mon May 11 04:44:51 PDT 2009
I agree and I also believe that good benchmark data
takes time and care. Which is why some of this data
can be hard to come by. i.e. tried XYZ cc
on my app and things go faster, I'm done.
The problem is further compounded by multi-core.
Unless you benchmark the all CPU sockets you
never really know how fast something runs.
I wrote about this in a previous LM column.
Good Enough Will Have To Do
> On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 12:40 PM, Mark Hahn <hahn at mcmaster.ca> wrote:
>>> I don't see anything on there to indicate that it is in any way faster
>>> than regular gcc.
>>> Or any comparisons to the commercial compilers, including Intel's. Â If
>>> somebody has a link to it, this sort of info is good to have.
>> there's a message here:
>> (free registration/login probably required) that claims to have gotten
>> 20% boost vs gcc 4.3.2 on Enigma at Home (www.enigmaathome.net I guess.)
> As hard as Intel and AMD work on the silicon it is astounding
> that compilers are seen as just an "Oh by the way" by some.
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