compilebench v1.0.0 (Disk Benchmarks)
Compilebench tries to age a filesystem by simulating some of the disk IO common in creating, compiling, patching, stating and reading kernel trees. It indirectly measures how well filesystems can maintain directory locality as the disk fills up and directories age. This current test is setup to use the makej mode with 10 initial directories
Processor: Intel Xeon CPU 5160 @ 3.00GHz (Total Cores: 2), Motherboard: Dell 0GU083, Chipset: Intel 5000X Chipset Hub, Memory: 3291MB, Disk: 2 x 73GB MAX3073RC + 30GB KINGSTON SSDNOW + 1500GB Western Digital WDC WD1502FAEX-0 + 640GB Western Digital WDC WD6400AAKS-0, Graphics: Quadro FX 3500 256MB (450/660MHz), Audio: SigmaTel STAC9200
OS: MandrivaLinux 2010.2, Kernel: 22.214.171.124-desktop586-2mnb (i686), Desktop: GNOME 2.30.0, Display Server: X.Org Server 1.7.7, Display Driver: nvidia 195.36.24, OpenGL: 2.1.2, Compiler: GCC 4.4.3, File-System: ext4, Screen Resolution: 1280x1024
Test Administrator: peter
Test Date/Time: 2011-09-01 21:51:49
Phoronix Test Suite: v2.6.1
Disk Scheduler: CFQ. Compiz was running on this system. Intel SpeedStep Technology was enabled.
Compile Bench 0.6
Test: Initial Create
Compare these results against your Linux PC. Run phoronix-test-suite benchmark peter-10152-8821-12262 and wait for the results (with comparative numbers) to appear. It's as easy as that!
Global ID: peter-10152-8821-12262