[parsec-users] Measuring IPC of PARSEC Benchmarks

Christian Bienia cbienia at CS.Princeton.EDU
Fri Sep 18 11:06:47 EDT 2009


Hi Ef,

You should look at the performance counters that your machine supports. IPC
might not be directly available, but both a counter for the number of
committed instructions and the number of cycles spent should exist. You can
then compute the IPC across all threads.

Best,
Chris


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Subject: [parsec-users] Measuring IPC of PARSEC Benchmarks

Hello,

I want to measure the IPC of PARSEC benchmarks  (ROI) on a native
machine (x86 linux). Is there published documentation on this using
atleast 8 cores? If not what would be the easiest way to do this, and
also the most accurate way.


Thanks
EF
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