[gambit-list] Problem in thread-sleep! may be a poor
dudrenov at gmail.com
Thu Jan 29 12:17:12 EST 2009
Thanks for posting this and letting us know. Looks like I have
CONFIG_HIGH_RES_TIMERS disabled too.
On Thu, Jan 29, 2009 at 8:16 AM, David St-Hilaire
<sthilaid at iro.umontreal.ca> wrote:
> Hey all!
> I found out why, even after 'make update', I still didn't get the right
> values... After some investigation of my system configuration with Marc, it
> seems that my kernel configuration had the
> option was disbled. After recompiling my kernel with it, Marc's patch using the
> nanosleep calls now works fine on my box. I just hope that this flag is set by
> default on the regular linux distros hehe!
> Thanks to all for the help!
> David St-Hilaire wrote:
>> vasil wrote:
>>> Interpreted code shows average n about 9064 (peak value was 9193),
>>> compiled code - 9210 (peak value was 9226).
>> Hi all!
>> Sorry for the late response...
>> So, even after upgrading to the latest gambit-c version:
>> dave at david-laptop ~/sources/gambit-sources $ git log | head -n 3
>> commit fd8910a5c8649c037be72ec3349ffe535f0a7cd1
>> Author: Marc Feeley <feeley at iro.umontreal.ca>
>> Date: Wed Jan 28 11:33:16 2009 -0500
>> I still get the bad performances...
>> dave at david-laptop ~/sources/gambit-sources $ gsi/gsi ~/toto.scm
>> dave at david-laptop ~/sources/gambit-sources $ gsc/gsc ~/toto.scm
>> dave at david-laptop ~/sources/gambit-sources $ gsi/gsi ~/toto.o1
>> The toto.scm file is the example provided by Marc, with a (declare (not safe))
>> declartion added.
>> I'm using the gentoo kernel 2.6.28-gentoo-r1. Vasil, what kernel did you used?
>> Thank you for the help!
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