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sysbench --test=memory --num-threads=N run

Question asked by gwiesenekker on Nov 19, 2018
Latest reply on Nov 25, 2018 by gwiesenekker



If you are running Linux on a 1950x I would appreciate it if you could post the MiB/sec results of the following commands:


sysbench --test=memory --num-threads=1 run

sysbench --test=memory --num-threads=2 run

sysbench --test=memory --num-threads=4 run


On my system the results are 6414, 2938 and 2142 so are decreasing, but they should be increasing, suggesting there is a problem with the memory access on my system.