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Due to the simple fact that different workloads vary substantially in various aspects—most importantly I/O access patterns, memory access patterns, and process scheduling.A behavior that perfectly suits a certain workload might t reduce performance of a completely different workload (for example, I/O intensive databases usually have completely different requirements compared to CPU-intensive tasks, such as video encoding).
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