Report on extensive real-time Linux benchmarks on AT91
The real time page I wrote for Atmel was finally released on the Linux4Sam Atmel Wiki. The purpose of this page was to help new comers to use real time features with Atmel CPUs and to present the state of the real time support.
Here are some figures associated to this work:
On this page I present the results of more than 300 hours of benchmarks!
During the setup and the tuning tests ran for more than 600 hours.
Analysis and formatting took a few dozen hours of work.
The benchmarks have been run on 3 boards, 3 flavors of Linux (vanilla, PREEMPT-RT patches, Xenomai co-kernel approach), and 2 kinds of tests (timer-based and GPIO-based)
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