Followup to: <FKEAJLBKJCGBDJJIPJLJAEOLDLAA.firstname.lastname@example.org>
By author: "Scott Robert Ladd" <email@example.com>
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
> From what I can see, HT provides a 0-15% increase in performance, depending
> heavily on the type of code being run. In other words, HT helps, but it is
> *no* substitute for true multiple processors. And it is ONLY of value when
> an SMP kernel is in use.
It would be interesting to compare an UP kernel with HT off to an SMP
kernel with the HT on...
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