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Old 2017-04-29, 06:25   #23
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Here it is. I can't test it, but it ought to run the benchmarks just fine: https://www.dropbox.com/s/828cfj80u8...ime95.exe?dl=0
The windows version is complaining about a missing file "libhwloc-5.dll". It is included with the 29.1 version:
ftp://ftp.mersenne.org/gimps/p95v291.win64.zip

I'm still using 28.9, so I did not realize at first that the dll files comes with 29.x versions.

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Old 2017-04-29, 08:47   #24
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I'm almost done with the benchmark on a c4.8xlarge, if you want to save yourself the trouble.
I did one already and e-mailed it. I'll also attach it to this post.

It's good that you're also doing one, though, because the data seemed a bit puzzling (to me at least), so it will be good to have a second benchmark and see if the results are consistent and reproducible.

In practice, as mentioned, the c4.large is much more relevant. I think it's worth running a separate benchmark for that too. Of course a c4.large shares a physical server with other Amazon customers, so 8 seconds might not be long enough to even out short-term effects.
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Old 2017-04-29, 09:46   #25
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Maybe the coffee hasn't kicked in yet, but I got results overnight and I can't see where to e-mail results?

For now, they're attached to this post.

3 results included:
E5-2683 v3 ES at 2.3 GHz all cores active, 2133 quad channel, single rank ram. HT was turned off.
Ryzen 1700 stock (3.2 GHz all cores active), 2666 dual channel, single rank ram. SMT on but not tested.
i5-6600k @ 4.2 GHz, 3000 dual channel, 2 rank ram. No HT.

More will follow as I switch from existing jobs.
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Old 2017-04-29, 13:20   #26
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Amazon EC2 c4x8large
Xeon E5-2666 v3 2.90GHz

resultsc4x8large.txt


Haswell-E i7-5960X slightly overclocked to 3.5 Ghz. Quad channel DDR4 at 2666 Mhz:

results5960X.txt

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Old 2017-04-29, 14:49   #27
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Amazon EC2 c4x8large
Xeon E5-2666 v3 2.90GHz

resultsc4x8large.txt
It seems that your output format is different from mine. I'm not sure how to compare the results.
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Old 2017-04-29, 16:02   #28
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It seems that your output format is different from mine. I'm not sure how to compare the results.
I just had mprime and prime.txt with 1 line (AllBench=1) in the folder, and I chose options 16 in the menu "Options/Benchmark" and then:

0 (for Throughput)
16
32768
Y (every FFT size)
N (1 core)
Y (all cores)
N (core combinations)
N (hyperthreading)
Y (1 worker)
Y (maximum workers)
N (worker combinations)
8 (seconds)
Y (accept answers)

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Old 2017-04-29, 16:53   #29
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I just had mprime and prime.txt with 1 line (AllBench=1) in the folder, and I chose options 16 in the menu "Options/Benchmark" and then:

0 (for Throughput)
16
32768
Y (every FFT size)
N (1 core)
Y (all cores)
N (core combinations)
N (hyperthreading)
Y (1 worker)
Y (maximum workers)
N (worker combinations)
8 (seconds)
Y (accept answers)
Sounds the same as what I did, except I also chose to do every number of workers between 1 and maximum (1, 2, 3, .. 18). It ended up taking about 15 hours. I think the 2-worker case is pretty important here.

I also used the special executable George linked in this thread. You can get it on Linux using wget on the URL. Did you by any chance use the regular executable instead, or version 28?

Code:
wget -O mprime "https://www.dropbox.com/s/9n3cfkumuqykbbp/mprime?dl=0"
chmod +x mprime

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Old 2017-04-29, 17:04   #30
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Thanks all!!! I've got a lot of data to digest over the next few days.
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Sounds the same as what I did, except I also chose to do every number of workers between 1 and maximum (1, 2, 3, .. 18). It ended up taking about 15 hours. I think the 2-worker case is pretty important here.

I also used the special executable George linked in this thread. You can get it on Linux using wget on the URL. Did you by any chance use the regular executable instead, or version 28?
I used the special 29.2 mprime. Mine took 14h15m for just 1 + all workers, so yours must have taken a lot longer than 15 hours.
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Amazon EC2 c4x8large
Xeon E5-2666 v3 2.90GHz
Intel Ark doesn't list that CPU, apparently Intel only sells it to Amazon?
10 cores with such high frequency is rare to find on Xeons.
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Intel Ark doesn't list that CPU, apparently Intel only sells it to Amazon?
10 cores with such high frequency is rare to find on Xeons.
Yes, it's special for Amazon. Intel was willing to spec it with high clocks because Amazon could guarantee appropriate cooling.
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