How do you convert CPU time into MIPS

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IBM Mainframe
Mainframe
MIPS
MIPS conversion
Is there a way to convert CPU time of an address space into MIPS?


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IBM Mainframe, z13
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  • TheRealRaven
    No, and yes. The two aren't measuring the same things, so it doesn't really make good sense to try to convert. But there can be a strong correlation.

    See Instructions per second, sub-topics Millions of instructions per second and Timeline of instructions per second in particular. Once those are clear, it should be clear that a particular instruction stream might give very different conversion results compared to many other streams. Architectural elements such as pipelining and multi-core processors (and others) can seriously complicate attempts.
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