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Re: Possible store motion tweak


On Sat, 20 Mar 2004, Richard Sandiford wrote:
> OK, I bootstrapped & regression tested on i686-pc-linux-gnu and
> alpha-linux-gnu.  (powerpc was suggested, but I don't have access
> to a suitable box.)

Thanks.

> I tried running SPEC on a Pentium III box and got the results below.
> Not sure how meaningful they are.  Although I tried to quieten the
> machine as much as I could (by paring down the number of system
> services, etc.), I still had to keep the network stuff running.
>
> Do the results look OK?  Is the patch good to go?

These results look fine.  A marginal improvement which is within SPEC's
noise, but most importantly no catastrophic performance regressions.
Knowing how noisy SPEC is I'd still be happy if it even dropped a point
or two, its dropping five or more that I was concerned about.

Patch approved!  Thanks.

Roger
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