I have read a lot of people voice their opinion on what they think to be a flaw in the benchmark. How about we as a group put together a documented benchmark process along with justification as to why those methods were chosen to reflect "real world" scenarios and from there send it to reviewers such as phoronix along with making it public on the wiki or $other.
I just think we could try and make an improvement for future reviews as well as users who want to run benchmarks of their own.
Just a thought,
(From my G1)
On Jun 11, 2009 9:23 PM, "Dennis J." <dennisml conversis de> wrote:
On 06/11/2009 10:07 PM, Eric Sandeen wrote: > > It may be better to engage them, though, and try to ...They use MP3 encoding as a "real world benchmark" of ext4:
They don't seem to care what they measure or why or what the results actually mean. Phoronix' "benchmarks" seem to be mostly about earning Phoronix a bad reputation.
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