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Nicholas Clark <n...@unfortu.net> wrote::So I'm confused. It looks like some bits of perl are incredibly sensitive to
:cache alignment, or something similar. And as a consequence, perlbench is
:reliably reporting wildly varying timings because of this, and because it
:only tries a few, very specific things. Does this mean that it's still useful?
I think I remember seeing a profiler that emulates the x86 instruction set,
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