AmigaOne x1000 UBUNTU 12.04 LTS

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AMIGAONEOpenBenchmarking.orgPhoronix Test SuiteUnknown @ 1.80GHz (2 Cores)PA Semi PWRficient DDR24096MB2000GB Seagate ST2000DM001-1CH1AMD [AMD/ATI] Barts XT [Radeon HD 6870] 1024MBAMDVA2212PA Semi PWRficient Gigabit + Intersil ISL3874Ubuntu (ppc64)Unity 2D 5.20.0X Server 1.11.3radeon 6.14.992.1 Mesa 8.0.4 Gallium 0.4GCC 4.6ext41920x1080ProcessorChipsetMemoryDiskGraphicsAudioMonitorNetworkOSKernelDesktopDisplay ServerDisplay DriverOpenGLCompilerFile-SystemScreen ResolutionAMIGAONE BenchmarksSystem Logs- Disk Scheduler: CFQ. Firefox was running on this system.

AMIGAONEpostmark: Disk Transaction Performanceramspeed: Average - Floating Pointramspeed: Average - Integerc-ray: Total Time2013-10-10


This is a test of NetApp's PostMark benchmark designed to simulate small-file testing similar to the tasks endured by web and mail servers. This test profile will set PostMark to perform 25,000 transactions with 500 files simultaneously with the file sizes ranging between 5 and 512 kilobytes. Learn more via the test page.

OpenBenchmarking.orgTPS, More Is BetterPostMark 1.51Disk Transaction Performance2013-10-10 20:34140280420560700SE +/- 2.00, N = 3666

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OpenBenchmarking.orgMB/s, More Is BetterRAMspeed SMP 3.5.0Type: Average - Benchmark: Floating Point2013-10-10 20:34130026003900520065006101.84

OpenBenchmarking.orgMB/s, More Is BetterRAMspeed SMP 3.5.0Type: Average - Benchmark: Integer2013-10-10 20:34100020003000400050004528.93


This is a test of C-Ray, a simple raytracer designed to test the floating-point CPU performance. This test is multi-threaded (16 threads per core), will shoot 8 rays per pixel for anti-aliasing, and will generate a 1600 x 1200 image. Learn more via the test page.

OpenBenchmarking.orgSeconds, Fewer Is BetterC-Ray 1.1Total Time2013-10-10 20:3430060090012001500SE +/- 44.51, N = 31372.99