SPEC CINT95 Benchmark: 147.vortex
- The benchmark 147.vortex is taken from a full object oriented database
program called VORTEx. (VORTEx stands for "Virtual Object Runtime EXpository.")
- The benchmark builds and manipulates three separate, but inter-related
databases built from definitions in a text-file schema.
- The workload of VORTEx has been modeled after common object-oriented
database benchmarks with enhancements to increase the variation in the
mix of transactions.
- This, along with 126.gcc, is one of the largest benchmarks in the suite.
- 147.vortex has shown itself to be sensitive to how well the system's
TLB handler works.
Types of Data Provided
- Rough estimates of some of the basic hardware level activities: CPI, I-
and D-cache activity, and TLB activity. This data is only useful for comparing
the '95 benchmarks, not for comparing against any particular hardware.
- Full gprof(1) outputs. [Procedure level profiling with call graphs.]
- The first 50 lines of the profile taken from the full gprof(1) output.
- Reports from sar(1). [System activity levels.]
[Mon Jan 8 14:05:06 PST 1996]