linux kernel performance

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This project is intended to track Linux kernel performance by running a set of key benchmarks with latest snapshots of development kernel source tree (Linus?s kernel git tree). Latest benchmark results are hosted here as well as historical data.

http://kernel-perf.sourceforge.net

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