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Defects Identified in SPECjbb®2013
December 9, 2014 - SPEC has identified a defect in its SPECjbb®2013 benchmark
suite. SPEC has suspended sales of the benchmark software and is no longer accepting new submissions of
SPECjbb®2013 results for publication on SPEC's website. Current
SPECjbb®2013 licensees will receive a free copy of the new version of
the benchmark when it becomes available.
SPEC is advising SPECjbb®2013 licensees and users of the
SPECjbb®2013 metrics that the recently discovered defect impacts
the comparability of results. This defect can significantly impact the amount of work done during the
measurement period, resulting in an inflated SPECjbb®2013 metric. SPEC
recommends that users not utilize these results for system comparisons without a full understanding of the
impact of these defects on each benchmark result.
Additional information is available here.
The following are the available results since the announcement
of the benchmark in January 2013.
Note: SPECjbb2013 results may only be compared within
the same category, e.g. SPECjbb2013-Composite results are not comparable to
SPECjbb2013-MultiJVM or SPECjbb2013-Distributed results.
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