Benchmarks: Xenomai dual-kernel over Linux 3.8.2

In this fourth benchmark, like for the third, we simply compare latencies with the previous kernel, and observe that there is no regression. We add benchmarks for a new board the OMAP5 µEVM.


Measurement method

The measurements were done with the xeno-test utility, see the Benchmarking with xeno-test page for details.


Results

on ARM

For the Texas Instrument OMAP5 µEVM board, running a TI OMAP5432 processor at 1.1GHz:

Panda latencies

For the Texas Instrument Panda board, running a TI OMAP4430 processor at 1 GHz:

Panda latencies

For the ISEE IGEP v2 board, running a TI OMAP3530 processor at 720 MHz:

IGEPv2 latencies

For the Calao Systems USBA9263 board, running an Atmel AT91SAM9263 processor at 180 MHz:

USBA9263 latencies

For the Cogent Computer CSB637 board, running an Atmel AT91RM9200 processor at 180 MHz:

CSB637 latencies

on x86

For the Intel D945GCLF board, running an Intel atom 230 processor at 1.6 GHz:

atom 230 latencies

For an Advantech board, running an AMD Geode LX800 processor at 500 MHz:

Geode LX800 latencies