It has far more relevance than the synthetic benchmarks that are just walls of constant load that you keep using.
It was just the 1st thing I noticed that has a more ‘normal’ load and really shows off how bad the frequency bouncing of the ondemand governor can be.
Could be a choice of a huge range of normal applications of varying load, the Glmark2 tests also provide a secondary bonus info of how the graphics subsystem is working the score doesn’t really matter but is a bonus metric to how the scheduler is doing.
Choose from a range of running apps that many Phoronix or Geekbench base there tests on but don’t use a very synthetic wall of load that doesn’t create ondemand frequency bounce inefficiency.
Pick something that has a more normal application load profile that does ‘bounce’ around with load.
Choice is yours Glmark2 to Tensorflow-lite ASR or image detection or some Browser tests that do bounce load.
I have no idea really as the symmetrical based load governors don’t seem to be able to be particularly performant and efficient at the same time on the Arm asymmetric core layouts we have and why I was asking if anyone knew anything about Sched-capacity & Sched-energy.