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    I got access to that machine and have confirmed the suspicion.
    Bulat, the document lacked another important piece of information. The system had a pair of CPUs, that's why 8 threads.
    I'm sorry for the confusion. I have updated the spreadsheet in the repo:
    https://chiselapp.com/user/Justin_be...ch/tree?ci=tip

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    FSBench on cluster

    Was FSBench benchmark ever tried on any cluster or a multi-node setup with at least 2 nodes?
    If so, can you please share the methodology and setup details.
    Was it run using SLURM or any other resource manager?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saswat View Post
    Was FSBench benchmark ever tried on any cluster or a multi-node setup with at least 2 nodes?
    If so, can you please share the methodology and setup details.
    Was it run using SLURM or any other resource manager?
    I've done none of these things.

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    What was the input data set used ?
    Random data of 32MB or the standard enwik8/enwik9 ?

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    Do you ask about any particular benchmarking session? Because over the years I used a huge number of test files with different properties.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m^2 View Post
    Do you ask about any particular benchmarking session? Because over the years I used a huge number of test files with different properties.
    I learnt that enwik8 and silesia are the standard input data used to benchmark encoding/decoding codecs. So was fsbench ever run with these input? If so, can you please share the results.
    I am trying to run fsbench on an ARM based server and want to compare it with that of x86. So was wondering if there is any standard input that can be used.

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    Look at Results.ods in the main dir. It's not perfect, but it's something. You can also scan this thread and encode.su in general, I posted a fair number of results, though very partial ones; Results.ods is the most complete.

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    Should this benchmark still be considered actively developed? For example, can new codecs be added?

    Is the most recent version still at https://chiselapp.com/user/Justin_be...sitory/fsbench ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSHUFB View Post
    Should this benchmark still be considered actively developed? For example, can new codecs be added?
    It is not being developed and now I don't have anything related to it in my development schedule. I don't consider it dead though and I may return to it.

    Quote Originally Posted by PSHUFB View Post
    Is the most recent version still at https://chiselapp.com/user/Justin_be...sitory/fsbench ?
    Yes.

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