SPEC Seal of Reviewal CINT2000 Result
Copyright © 1999-2004 Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation
IBM Corporation
IBM eServer p5 595 (1900 MHz, 64 CPU)
SPECint_rate2000 = 1147     
SPECint_rate_base2000 = 1063     
SPEC license # 11 Tested by: IBM Test date: Oct-2004 Hardware Avail: Nov-2004 Software Avail: Nov-2004
Graph Scale Benchmark Base
Copies Runtime Ratio
164.gzip base result bar (832)
164.gzip peak result bar (839)
164.gzip 128 250    832     128 248    839    
175.vpr base result bar (873)
175.vpr peak result bar (890)
175.vpr 128 238    873     128 234    890    
176.gcc base result bar (946)
176.gcc peak result bar (1279)
176.gcc 128 173    946     128 128    1279     
181.mcf base result bar (1384)
181.mcf peak result bar (1431)
181.mcf 128 193    1384      128 187    1431     
186.crafty base result bar (884)
186.crafty peak result bar (1191)
186.crafty 128 168    884     128 125    1191     
197.parser base result bar (1091)
197.parser peak result bar (1111)
197.parser 128 245    1091      128 240    1111     
252.eon base result bar (1296)
252.eon peak result bar (1468)
252.eon 128 149    1296      128 131    1468     
253.perlbmk base result bar (816)
253.perlbmk peak result bar (984)
253.perlbmk 128 328    816     128 272    984    
254.gap base result bar (1106)
254.gap peak result bar (1017)
254.gap 128 148    1106      128 161    1017     
255.vortex base result bar (1483)
255.vortex peak result bar (1482)
255.vortex 128 190    1483      128 190    1482     
256.bzip2 base result bar (1195)
256.bzip2 peak result bar (1213)
256.bzip2 128 186    1195      128 184    1213     
300.twolf base result bar (1092)
300.twolf peak result bar (1088)
300.twolf 128 408    1092      128 410    1088     
  SPECint_rate_base2000 1063       
  SPECint_rate2000 1147     

Hardware Vendor: IBM Corporation
Model Name: IBM eServer p5 595 (1900 MHz, 64 CPU)
CPU MHz: 1900
FPU: Integrated
CPU(s) enabled: 64 cores, 32 chips, 2 cores/chip (SMT on)
CPU(s) orderable: 16,24,32,40,48,56,64
Parallel: No
Primary Cache: 64KBI+32KBD (on chip)/core
Secondary Cache: 1920KB unified (on chip)/chip
L3 Cache: 36MB unified (off-chip)/chip, 4 chips/MCM, 8 MCMs/SUT
Other Cache: None
Memory: 256 GB DDR1
Disk Subsystem: 3x36GB SCSI, 15K RPM
Other Hardware: None
Operating System: AIX 5L V5.3
Compiler: XL C/C++ Enterprise Edition V7.0 for AIX
File System: AIX/JFS2
System State: Multi-user
Notes / Tuning Information
Tested by IBM
  Portability Flags:
    176.gcc:          EXTRA_CFLAGS=-ma -DHOST_WORDS_BIG_ENDIAN
    186.crafty:       EXTRA_CFLAGS=-DAIX
    252.eon:          EXTRA_LDFLAGS=-I. -DNDEBUG
    253.perlbmk:      EXTRA_CFLAGS=-DSPEC_CPU2000_AIX
    300.twolf:        EXTRA_CFLAGS=-DHAVE_SIGNED_CHAR
  Base Optimization Flags:
    C:     -qpdf1/pdf2
           -O5 -blpdata -D_ILS_MACROS
    C++:   -qpdf1/pdf2
           -O5 -lhmu -qalign=natural

  Alternate Sources for Base & Peak:
    Approved alternate-source file 252.eon.fmax_errno.src.alt.tar.gz
    was used with 252.eon for POSIX-compatibility.
  Peak Optimization Flags:
     164.gzip:       -qpdf1/pdf2
                     -O5 -blpdata -D_ILS_MACROS -qfdpr
                     fdpr -R3
     175.vpr:        -qpdf1/pdf2
                     -O5 -blpdata -qalign=natural -qhot=arraypad -Q
     176.gcc:        -qpdf1/pdf2
     181.mcf:        -O5 -blpdata -qfdpr -D_ILS_MACROS
                     fdpr -R3
     186.crafty:     -qpdf1/pdf2
                     -O4 -q64 -qfdpr -qarch=pwr3 -qtune=pwr3 -D_ILS_MACROS
                     fdpr -R3
     197.parser:     -qpdf1/pdf2
                     -O5 -blpdata -D_ILS_MACROS -qfdpr
                     fdpr -R3
     252.eon:        -qpdf1/pdf2
                     -O4 -qarch=pwr4 -qtune=pwr4 -qalign=natural -D_ILS_MACROS
     253.perlbmk:    -qpdf1/pdf2
                     -O5 -lhmu -qalign=natural
     254.gap:        -qpdf1/pdf2
                     -O5 -lhmu -qalign=natural -D_ILS_MACROS -blpdata  
     255.vortex:     -qpdf1/pdf2
                     -O5 -lhmu -qalign=natural -D_ILS_MACROS -blpdata
     256.bzip2:      -qpdf1/pdf2
                     -O5 -blpdata -D_ILS_MACROS -qfdpr
                     fdpr -R3
     300.twolf:      -qpdf1/pdf2
                     -O5 -blpdata -D_ILS_MACROS

  SMT: Acronym for "Simultaneous Multi-Threading". A processor technology that allows
       the simultaneous execution of multiple thread contexts within a single processor
       core. (Enabled by default)
  MCM: Acronym for "Multi-Chip Module" (four dual-core processor chips + four L3-cache chips)
       This system contains 8 MCMs.
  SUT: Acronym for "System Under Test"

  C:       IBM XL C for AIX invoked as xlc
  C++:     IBM XL C++ for AIX invoked as xlC

  APAR IY60349 was applied to AIX to enable new hardware support.
  ulimits set to unlimited.
  Large page mode and memory affinity were set as follows:
     vmo -r -o lgpg_regions=7000 -o lgpg_size=16777216 -o memory_affinity=1
     chuser capabilities=CAP_BYPASS_RAC_VMM,CAP_PROPAGATE $USER
     shutdown -r

  The following config-file entry was used to assign each benchmark process to a core:
     submit = schedule.128 \$SPECUSERNUM $command
  with the "schedule.128" function defined as follows:
     shift 1                         # Strip off the residual arguments; the rest is the command.
     if [[ $index -ge 64 ]]
     bindprocessor $$ $target        # Schedule this job to the corresponding core.
     $*                              # Now run the command.

  The "bindprocessor" AIX command binds a process to a CPU core.

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