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|Holger Knoche and Holger Eichelberger
|The Raspberry Pi: A Platform for Replicable Performance Benchmarks?
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|Proceedings of the 8th Symposium on Software Performance in Softwaretechnik-Trends
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|Replicating results of performance benchmarks can be difficult. A common problem is that researchers often do not have access to identical hardware and software setups. Modern single-board computers like the Raspberry Pi are standardized, cheap, and powerful enough to run many benchmarks, although probably not at the same performance level as desktop or server hardware. In this paper, we use the MooBench micro-benchmark to investigate to what extent Raspberry Pi is suited as a platform for replicable performance benchmarks. We report on our approach to set up and run the experiments as well as the experience that we made.