Studies of Windows NT Performance Using Dynamic Execution Traces

@inproceedings{Perl1996StudiesOW,
  title={Studies of Windows NT Performance Using Dynamic Execution Traces},
  author={Sharon E. Perl and Richard L. Sites},
  booktitle={OSDI},
  year={1996}
}
We studied two aspects of the performance of Windows NTtm: processor bandwidth requirements for memory accesses in a uniprocessor system running commercial and benchmark applications, and locking behavior of a commercial database on a small-scale multiprocessor. Our studies are based on full dynamic execution traces of the systems, which include all instructions executed by the operating system and applications over periods of a few seconds (enough time to allow for significant computation… CONTINUE READING
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