SPEC Seal of Reviewal CINT2000 Result
Copyright © 1999-2004 Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation
Hewlett-Packard Company
AlphaServer GS1280 7/1150
SPECint_rate2000 = 20.3  
SPECint_rate_base2000 = 18.4  
SPEC license # 2 Tested by: HP Test date: Dec-2002 Hardware Avail: Jan-2003 Software Avail: Jan-2003
Graph Scale Benchmark Base
Copies Runtime Ratio
164.gzip base result bar (13.5)
164.gzip peak result bar (13.7)
164.gzip 2 241    13.5   2 237    13.7  
175.vpr base result bar (19.1)
175.vpr peak result bar (19.5)
175.vpr 2 170    19.1   2 166    19.5  
176.gcc base result bar (19.8)
176.gcc peak result bar (22.1)
176.gcc 2 129    19.8   2 115    22.1  
181.mcf base result bar (16.4)
181.mcf peak result bar (26.3)
181.mcf 2 254    16.4   2 159    26.3  
186.crafty base result bar (22.8)
186.crafty peak result bar (22.8)
186.crafty 2 102    22.8   2 102    22.8  
197.parser base result bar (11.9)
197.parser peak result bar (15.1)
197.parser 2 352    11.9   2 277    15.1  
252.eon base result bar (22.1)
252.eon peak result bar (21.9)
252.eon 2 136    22.1   2 138    21.9  
253.perlbmk base result bar (17.6)
253.perlbmk peak result bar (18.5)
253.perlbmk 2 237    17.6   2 226    18.5  
254.gap base result bar (14.7)
254.gap peak result bar (16.6)
254.gap 2 174    14.7   2 154    16.6  
255.vortex base result bar (25.3)
255.vortex peak result bar (27.7)
255.vortex 2 174    25.3   2 159    27.7  
256.bzip2 base result bar (19.0)
256.bzip2 peak result bar (20.1)
256.bzip2 2 183    19.0   2 173    20.1  
300.twolf base result bar (23.5)
300.twolf peak result bar (23.7)
300.twolf 2 296    23.5   2 293    23.7  
  SPECint_rate_base2000 18.4    
  SPECint_rate2000 20.3  

Hardware Vendor: Hewlett-Packard Company
Model Name: AlphaServer GS1280 7/1150
CPU: Alpha 21364
CPU MHz: 1150
FPU: Integrated
CPU(s) enabled: 2 cores, 2 chips, 1 core/chip
CPU(s) orderable: 2 to 16
Parallel: No
Primary Cache: 64KB(I)+64KB(D) on chip
Secondary Cache: 1.75MB on chip per CPU
L3 Cache: None
Other Cache: None
Memory: 8GB
Disk Subsystem: 36GB SCSI
Other Hardware: None
Operating System: Tru64 UNIX V5.1B (Rev. 2650)
Compiler: Compaq C V6.5-011-48C5K
Program Analysis Tools V2.0
Spike V5.2 (506A)
Compaq C++ V6.5-028
File System: UFS
System State: Multi-user
Notes / Tuning Information
 Baseline C  : cc  -arch ev7 -fast +CFB ONESTEP 
          C++: cxx -arch ev7 -O2        ONESTEP 
   The following use: -g3 -arch ev7 ONESTEP
       175.vpr 181.mcf 197.parser 253.perlbmk
   The following use: -g3 -arch ev6 ONESTEP
       164.gzip 176.gcc 254.gap 255.vortex 256.bzip2 300.twolf
   Individual benchmark tuning:
      164.gzip: -fast -O4 -non_shared +CFB 
       175.vpr: -fast -O4 -assume restricted_pointers +CFB 
       176.gcc: -fast -O4 -xtaso_short -all -ldensemalloc -none
                +CFB +IFB 
       181.mcf: -fast -xtaso_short +CFB +IFB +PFB
    186.crafty: same as base
    197.parser: -fast -O4 -xtaso_short -non_shared +CFB
       252.eon: -arch ev7 -O2 -all -ldensemalloc -none 
   253.perlbmk: -fast -non_shared +CFB +IFB 
       254.gap: -fast -O4 -non_shared +CFB +IFB +PFB 
    255.vortex: -fast -non_shared +CFB +IFB
     256.bzip2: -fast -O4 -non_shared +CFB 
     300.twolf: -fast -O4 
                -ldensemalloc -non_shared +CFB +IFB

 Most benchmarks are built using one or more types of 
 profile-driven feedback.  The types used are designated
 by abbreviations in the notes:

 +CFB: Code generation is optimized by the compiler, using 
       feedback from a training run.  These commands are
       done before the first compile (in phase "fdo_pre0"):

            mkdir /tmp/pp
            rm -f /tmp/pp/${baseexe}*

       and these flags are added to the first and second compiles:

            PASS1_CFLAGS = -prof_gen_noopt -prof_dir /tmp/pp
            PASS2_CFLAGS = -prof_use       -prof_dir /tmp/pp
      (Peak builds use /tmp/pp above; base builds use /tmp/pb.)

 +IFB: Icache usage is improved by the post-link-time optimizer 
       Spike, using feedback from a training run.  These commands
       are used (in phase "fdo_postN"):  

            mv ${baseexe} oldexe
            spike oldexe -feedback oldexe -o ${baseexe}

 +PFB: Prefetches are improved by the post-link-time optimizer 
       Spike, using feedback from a training run.  These
       commands are used (in phase "fdo_post_makeN"):

            rm -f *Counts*
            mv ${baseexe} oldexe
            pixie -stats dstride oldexe 1>pixie.out 2>pixie.err
            mv oldexe.pixie ${baseexe}

       A training run is carried out (in phase "fdo_runN"), and 
       then this command (in phase "fdo_postN"):

            spike oldexe -fb oldexe -stride_prefetch -o ${baseexe}
 When Spike is used for both Icache and Prefetch improvements, 
 only one spike command is actually issued, with the Icache 
 options followed by the Prefetch options.
         vm_bigpg_enabled = 1
         vm_swap_eager = 0
         max_per_proc_address_space = 0x40000000000
         max_per_proc_data_size = 0x40000000000
         max_per_proc_stack_size = 0x40000000000
         max_proc_per_user = 2048
         max_threads_per_user = 0
         maxusers = 16384
         per_proc_address_space = 0x40000000000
         per_proc_data_size = 0x40000000000
         per_proc_stack_size = 0x40000000000
 Portability: gcc: -Dalloca=__builtin_alloca; crafty: -DALPHA
 perlbmk: -DSPEC_CPU2000_DUNIX; vortex: -DSPEC_CPU2000_LP64
 Information on UNIX V5.1B Patches can be found at
 Processes were bound to CPUs using 'runon'.

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