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dondrusco
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Message 488 - Posted: 22 Sep 2005, 6:13:17 UTC

I'm running BOINC on three computers - 2xWin, 1xLinux
1,
Under Linux I have less points than WinXP. It results in less claimed credit. Is there any difference in measuring speed for platforms?

2, small bug in cache size- Sempron 2800+/AthlonXP 2000+ 256kB, AthlonXP 2800+ 512kB.
Thanks

Juraj Drusc


CPU type AuthenticAMD
AMD Athlon(tm) XP 2800+
Number of CPUs 1
Operating System Linux
2.4.22-1.2115.nptl
Memory 107.23 MB
Cache 976.56 KB
Swap space 509.87 MB
Total disk space 5.32 GB
Free Disk Space 2.75 GB
Measured floating point speed 1135.8 million ops/sec
Measured integer speed 2353.86 million ops/sec
CPU time claimed granted
24,253.95 48.98 48.98

CPU type AuthenticAMD
AMD Athlon(tm) XP 2000+
Number of CPUs 1
Operating System Microsoft Windows XP
Professional Edition, Service Pack 2, (05.01.2600.00)
Memory 511.48 MB
Cache 976.56 KB
Swap space 1250.17 MB
Total disk space 114.49 GB
Free Disk Space 28.82 GB
Measured floating point speed 1487.22 million ops/sec
Measured integer speed 2477.69 million ops/sec
CPU time claimed granted
28,494.94 65.38 67.21

CPU type AuthenticAMD
AMD Sempron(tm) 2800+
Number of CPUs 1
Operating System Microsoft Windows XP
Professional Edition, Service Pack 2, (05.01.2600.00)
Memory 511.49 MB
Cache 976.56 KB
Swap space 862.96 MB
Total disk space 39.06 GB
Free Disk Space 13.53 GB
Measured floating point speed 2027.79 million ops/sec
Measured integer speed 3414.6 million ops/sec
CPU time claimed granted
21,463.43 67.60 67.60

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