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SS20/71 results

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'psrinfo' output

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Status of processor 0 as of: 06/30/95 10:34:27

Processor has been on-line since 06/30/95 10:14:00.

The sparc processor operates at 75 MHz,

and has a sparc floating point processor.

Status of processor 2 as of: 06/30/95 10:34:27

Processor has been off-line since 06/30/95 10:34:20.

The sparc processor operates at 75 MHz,

and has a sparc floating point processor.

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'prtconf' output

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System Configuration: Sun Microsystems sun4m

Memory size: 64 Megabytes

System Peripherals (Software Nodes):

SUNW,SPARCstation-20

packages (driver not attached)

disk-label (driver not attached)

deblocker (driver not attached)

obp-tftp (driver not attached)

options, instance #0

aliases (driver not attached)

openprom (driver not attached)

iommu, instance #0

sbus, instance #0

espdma, instance #0

esp, instance #0

sd (driver not attached)

st (driver not attached)

sd, instance #0 (driver not attached)

sd, instance #1 (driver not attached)

sd, instance #2 (driver not attached)

sd, instance #3

sd, instance #4 (driver not attached)

sd, instance #5 (driver not attached)

sd, instance #6

ledma, instance #0

le, instance #0

SUNW,bpp (driver not attached)

SUNW,DBRIe (driver not attached)

obio, instance #0

zs, instance #0

zs, instance #1

eeprom (driver not attached)

counter (driver not attached)

interrupt (driver not attached)

SUNW,fdtwo (driver not attached)

auxio (driver not attached)

power (driver not attached)

cgfourteen, instance #0

memory (driver not attached)

virtual-memory (driver not attached)

eccmemctl (driver not attached)

SUNW,sx (driver not attached)

TI,TMS390Z55 (driver not attached)

TI,TMS390Z55 (driver not attached)

pseudo, instance #0

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Test number 1

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Double precision appears to have 16 digits of accuracy

Assuming 8 bytes per DOUBLEPRECISION word

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Timing calibration ; time = 165.16015678644 hundredths of a second

Increase the size of the arrays if this is <30

and your clock precision is =<1/100 second

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Function Rate (MB/s) RMS time Min time Max time

Assignment: 61.7419 0.2596 0.2591 0.2609

Scaling : 58.3545 0.2745 0.2742 0.2759

Summing : 61.6179 0.3905 0.3895 0.3968

SAXPYing : 60.9912 0.3938 0.3935 0.3943

Sum of a is : 5.7665039064002D+17

Sum of b is : 1.1533007812683D+17

Sum of c is : 1.5377343750306D+17

Note: this program was linked with -fast or -fnonstd

and so may have produced nonstandard floating-point results.

Sun's implementation of IEEE arithmetic is discussed in

the Numerical Computation Guide.

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Test number 2

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Double precision appears to have 16 digits of accuracy

Assuming 8 bytes per DOUBLEPRECISION word

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Timing calibration ; time = 165.37730991840 hundredths of a second

Increase the size of the arrays if this is <30

and your clock precision is =<1/100 second

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Function Rate (MB/s) RMS time Min time Max time

Assignment: 61.7456 0.2600 0.2591 0.2640

Scaling : 58.3672 0.2744 0.2741 0.2749

Summing : 61.6290 0.3898 0.3894 0.3906

SAXPYing : 61.0335 0.3937 0.3932 0.3942

Sum of a is : 5.7665039064002D+17

Sum of b is : 1.1533007812683D+17

Sum of c is : 1.5377343750306D+17

Note: this program was linked with -fast or -fnonstd

and so may have produced nonstandard floating-point results.

Sun's implementation of IEEE arithmetic is discussed in

the Numerical Computation Guide.

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Test number 3

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Double precision appears to have 16 digits of accuracy

Assuming 8 bytes per DOUBLEPRECISION word

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Timing calibration ; time = 166.28810539842 hundredths of a second

Increase the size of the arrays if this is <30

and your clock precision is =<1/100 second

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Function Rate (MB/s) RMS time Min time Max time

Assignment: 61.7438 0.2596 0.2591 0.2610

Scaling : 58.3854 0.2743 0.2740 0.2750

Summing : 61.6128 0.3897 0.3895 0.3904

SAXPYing : 60.9885 0.3938 0.3935 0.3944

Sum of a is : 5.7665039064002D+17

Sum of b is : 1.1533007812683D+17

Sum of c is : 1.5377343750306D+17

Note: this program was linked with -fast or -fnonstd

and so may have produced nonstandard floating-point results.

Sun's implementation of IEEE arithmetic is discussed in

the Numerical Computation Guide.

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Test number 4

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Double precision appears to have 16 digits of accuracy

Assuming 8 bytes per DOUBLEPRECISION word

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Timing calibration ; time = 165.32790586352 hundredths of a second

Increase the size of the arrays if this is <30

and your clock precision is =<1/100 second

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Function Rate (MB/s) RMS time Min time Max time

Assignment: 61.7438 0.2598 0.2591 0.2611

Scaling : 58.3628 0.2743 0.2741 0.2750

Summing : 61.6291 0.3897 0.3894 0.3906

SAXPYing : 60.9959 0.3938 0.3935 0.3944

Sum of a is : 5.7665039064002D+17

Sum of b is : 1.1533007812683D+17

Sum of c is : 1.5377343750306D+17

Note: this program was linked with -fast or -fnonstd

and so may have produced nonstandard floating-point results.

Sun's implementation of IEEE arithmetic is discussed in

the Numerical Computation Guide.

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Test number 5

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Double precision appears to have 16 digits of accuracy

Assuming 8 bytes per DOUBLEPRECISION word

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Timing calibration ; time = 165.21274894476 hundredths of a second

Increase the size of the arrays if this is <30

and your clock precision is =<1/100 second

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Function Rate (MB/s) RMS time Min time Max time

Assignment: 61.7356 0.2594 0.2592 0.2607

Scaling : 58.3636 0.2744 0.2741 0.2751

Summing : 61.6087 0.3898 0.3896 0.3903

SAXPYing : 60.9905 0.3936 0.3935 0.3941

Sum of a is : 5.7665039064002D+17

Sum of b is : 1.1533007812683D+17

Sum of c is : 1.5377343750306D+17

Note: this program was linked with -fast or -fnonstd

and so may have produced nonstandard floating-point results.

Sun's implementation of IEEE arithmetic is discussed in

the Numerical Computation Guide.

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