Le 20/03/2013 13:48, Frank Agius a écrit :
On 3/19/2013 11:17 AM, Guillaume Gardet wrote:
On a Beagleboard xM rev. B, I noticed that vanilla kernel 3.4.6 have the
folowing bogomips for 300MHz and 800 MHz operations: 262.08 and 700.57.
With kernel 3.7.10, I have : 175.65 and 467.41 bogompis.
Any idea why bogomips are so low now?
I believe this is the reason for the BogoMIPS change:
It looks like BogoMIPS reporting changed because of the delay routine patch introduced in
3.6. So the change in BogoMIPS is real, but should not be a concern.
Thanks for the pointer. So, it should not affect performances.
I will try to bench it, to be sure there is no hidden problem.
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