PLDI evaluation

Running experiments for PLDI has begun in earnest. My evaluation plan calls for 800 CPU-days of testing:

80 P2 thread libraries * 6 test cases
79(?) Pintos kernels * 2 test cases

638 codebase+testcase pairs total

For each one, a 10-hour control experiment, a 10-cpu * 1-hour "live" experiment, and a 10-cpu * 1-hour "data race false negative" experiment (don't worry, the paper will explain it... should it get published!).

(80*6+79*2)*3*10 = 19,140 cpu-hours = 797.5 cpu-days.

And 200 CPUs to do it with.

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