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Discussion in 'Linux-Bench Results and Discussion' started by Patrick, Aug 7, 2017.
Just making a placeholder thread for our next project:
Nothing to see here.
Certainly nothing of interest there...
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@Patrick you tease you...
I need a sponge, I made a mess
Those are actually stacks of trays... and there are a bunch of CPUs in systems now.
stacks of trays... *drool*
off-topic: how come no emoji for drool. i bet that thing is gonna get used a lot.
Upgrade from sponge to mop and bucket
Look at the size of those LGA4094 Eypc processors when compared to those LGA3647 Xeon processors.
All Intel Xeon Bronze and Silver in 1P and 2P are now either here or inbound, except the 4116 where only 1 is inbound.
All EPYC 1P dual socket SKUs except the two 72xx series (and the 7251 is not in production yet)
As an update here. We are now at 37% of all 1P and 2P EPYC and Xeon Scalable CPU combinations in the lab.
Most of our runs are now scripted with SPEC CPU 2017 being the main hold-out at this point. We are planning to do -O2 and -O3 run with gcc 7.1.1. Having some compile issues still.
Next step is getting a good data parser. I wish there was a service where you could post a log file, highlight values you wanted to parse and it would generate python code to parse. Similar to Regex 101 Regex101 - online regex editor and debugger but allowing you to start from the log file and generating the parsing code.
Sounds like a great idea, that would be Super useful.