[PLUG]Re : how to measure performance of RTlinux?

Raseel Bhagat raseelbhagat at rediffmail.com
Sun Aug 20 22:53:25 PDT 2006


Hi, 

On Sun, 20 Aug 2006 Aditya Godbole wrote :
>On 8/19/06, Harshal Vaidya <harshalx at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>Not really. When it comes to RTOSes, there is one parameter that
>defines the performance, which is the worst case jitter time. However,
>this is very specific to the application/test-case. So what can be
>done is write RTLinux applications and Linux kernel modules that do
>the same job, and compare the worst case jitter times. Of course, one
>can completely make a mess of the RT applications, so the comparisons
>are not justified unless one is sure that the design is correct.

I agree with Aditya, the surest test of performance between a GPOS and an RTOS is the worst-case jitter time., which btw, HAS TO be deterministic for any RTOS. 

I had worked on RTLinux a LONG TIME ago, on Rtlinux v2.0 and am not too well-versed with the changes, but doesn't the RTLinux (even the Free version) come with an example/ directory  whcih has loads of performace tests, regressions, heavy loads, example with GNUPlot, etc ?

Writing these same programs in Linux and using the simple "time" command, you can compare the performances.

Raseel.
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