[zeromq-dev] EKOPath 4 builds 2.1.7 vs. GCC vs. Intel Composeur in a VM

Steven McCoy steven.mccoy at miru.hk
Wed Jun 22 21:59:29 CEST 2011


Open64 "from" AMD doesn't work at all.  I'm not sure of the tenuous link to
AMD as all the work seems done by SGI and other contributors.  There is
Path64 as a replacement but I skipped that and went straight to EKOPath 4
from PathScale:

http://www.pathscale.com/ekopath-compiler-suite

Here are the results, alongside the latest terribly named leviathan of bits
from Intel.  This is Debian 7 (Wheezy) inside VirtualBox 4, fairly minimal
guest configuration, on Windows 7 64-bit on a Mac mini.  Configuring more
than 1 CPU is still unstable in this release so all are under a single-core
VM.

*path64*:

./local_lat tcp://eth0:5555 1 100000
./remote_lat tcp://10.0.2.15:5555 1 100000
message size: 1 [B]
roundtrip count: 100000
average latency: 45.949 [us]

./remote_thr tcp://10.0.2.15:5555 1 100000
./local_thr tcp://eth0:5555 1 100000
message size: 1 [B]
message count: 100000
mean throughput: 484916 [msg/s]
mean throughput: 3.879 [Mb/s]

./inproc_lat 1 100000
message size: 1 [B]
roundtrip count: 100000
average latency: 7.346 [us]

*gcc*:

./local_lat tcp://eth0:5555 1 100000
./remote_lat tcp://10.0.2.15:5555 1 100000
message size: 1 [B]
roundtrip count: 100000
average latency: 40.077 [us]

./remote_thr tcp://10.0.2.15:5555 1 100000
./local_thr tcp://eth0:5555 1 100000
message size: 1 [B]
message count: 100000
mean throughput: 879267 [msg/s]
mean throughput: 7.034 [Mb/s]

/inproc_lat 1 100000
message size: 1 [B]
roundtrip count: 100000
average latency: 5.706 [us]

*icc*:

./local_lat tcp://eth0:5555 1 100000
./remote_lat tcp://10.0.2.15:5555 1 100000message size: 1 [B]
roundtrip count: 100000
average latency: 29.843 [us]

./remote_thr tcp://10.0.2.15:5555 1 100000
./local_thr tcp://eth0:5555 1 100000
message size: 1 [B]
message count: 100000
mean throughput: 2802926 [msg/s]
mean throughput: 22.423 [Mb/s]

./inproc_lat 1 100000
message size: 1 [B]
roundtrip count: 100000
average latency: 4.793 [us]

-- 
Steve-o
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