Moreover, several "modern" CPUs, such as the Intel Core 2 Duo and Core i7, that represent common workstations and laptops, consistently outperformed the CFS in the vanilla kernel at all benchmarks.
It's definitely not the battery but it may be the the starter - I live in Scotland so I've not had to try starting it when its warm outside!
I have had the same problem with my 2008 300C - the engine turns over but won't fire.
It's now happened to me 3 times, the first time I called the warranty number and they sent out a Chrysler technician who couldn't find any fault so tried pulling fuses, then it started.
Seven different machines were used to see if differences exist and, to what degree they scale using performance based metrics. These end-points were never factors in the primary design goals of the BFS. Kernels patched with the ck1 patch set including the BFS outperformed the vanilla kernel using the CFS at nearly all the performance-based benchmarks tested.
Further study with a larger test set could be conducted, but based on the small test set of 7 PCs evaluated, these increases in process queuing, efficiency/speed are, on the whole, independent of CPU type (mono, dual, quad, hyperthreaded, etc.), CPU architecture (32-bit and 64-bit) and of CPU multiplicity (mono or dual socket).