First Average load and task performance are directly proportioonal on any multi core system. These processors also have a vector unit for each set of 4 cores. You make use of the processor more fully when the load is high. If your load number is low you are not stressing the processor completely.
Many of the single thread benches are attached to single processor instead of available threads. Minerd works this way each runner watches a specific processor for ready before accepting the next task. You will not get a very good utilization doing this. Stress-NG works the same roughly sysbench will make use of the cueing and vector units if you set the process count to 48-64 you will see a trim in the time necessary to do the task. Finally the tasks need to be written to be aggressive themselves an easy way to do that is to loop while a file exists and kill themselves when the file is missing. This way you can launch 64 workers at the same time the workers will also make use of the cache and the look aside in the processor. Parallel allows a simple perl script to launch subshells until the process is done.
CPU-RAM.sh is progressively brutal as it makes the hex code then folds it and searches the cache file before writing and stopping. If entropy is low the task takes forever due to duplicates in the cache file. If entropy is high the script still has to search a variable length up to 10,000 line file.
SO in real world this is the same as doing a pre shared key lookup on an encrypted channel. This is not a public key but two separate keys that are compared on both ends on each packet. Both the client and the server have a random group of pre shared tokens 100 users 100 keys each and packets are keyed with these codes. Each server instance 8 per A83T supports the encryption for 100 users. Or in more practice use 6 cores for encryption 2 cores for other uses.
Charles you are missing three files from the logs.
The last few lines of the autosevo report are also missing.
It should have indicated on standard out the watts dissipated by cooling device and the total time for cpu-ram1 and cpu-ram2
I can see in Temperature.csv That you reached peak load at 73 load 2017-06-21.08.38.37 and began throttling.
At 2017-06-21.08.47.17 you dropped to 480mhz and remained in overheat at 1.6Ghz and it looks like you lost a couple of cores. Load also dropped to @40
Looking at the Temperature.csv I can see that you throttled and dropped cores and frequency.
Make sure you have gnu plot installed it was part of the standard base LSB if not installed will not create graph.
Please install gnu plot and rerun I am curious to see the graph.
And what was the heatsink rating in watts?
Curious that your report is missing those lines and the graph.
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