On Mon, 15 Mar 1999, Andreas Klemm wrote:
> Ah .. didn't had time for that, but would be interesting....
> On the other hand SuSE Linux comes as supported system with
> the kernel from which SuSE says ... this is stable and the
> only kernel we support ...
Hummm. Fair enough, then maybe Red Hat 5.2 would be a good
comparision. ( I think it's 5.2 that's got the Linux 2.2 kernel, to be
honest my actuall "work" only involves FreeBSD, so any Linux stuff is
pretty much outside of my normal day, although interesting none the less )
> If I run a webserver farm or something like this and buy
> supprot from SUSE, then I'd get this system as it is ...
> but not a hacker system with a hacker kernel ...
> So I wanted to compare FreeBSD-STABLE with Linux-STABLE...
I was under the impression that the general Linux community felt
that the 2.2 kernel was the new stable. I always thought it was neat how
the new Linux 2.2 kernel and the new FreeBSD 3 came out around the same
time, and both seemed to make big jumps in their use of things like smp.
> Andreas Klemm http://www.FreeBSD.ORG/~andreas
> News : FreeBSD 3.1 SMP outperforms SuSE Linux 6.0 SMP by 230% !!!
> See : http://www.freebsd.org/~andreas/benches/index.html
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Received on Mon 15 Mar 1999 - 08:01:59 CET