On Tue, Mar 16, 1999 at 09:32:02AM +1030, Greg Lehey wrote:
> If I got the same results, it might only indicate that I didn't have
> the Linux know-how to do better. I'd be afraid to publish my results
> as a categorical statement: I'd rather ask the Linux people "What am I
> doing wrong here?".
As you perhaps read in another mail ... the point was, that Linux
2.0.36 SMP capabilities are something for /dev/null.
In FreeBSD we had immediately very good results. Seems to be,
that in Linux the way was a bit harder or in the last minute
they deceided not to include further stuff into the 2.0.x kernel.
Now we are "only" 19% better comparing the 2.2.3 kernel with our
3.1-STABLE. This certainly sounds better for your ears ;-)
-- Andreas Klemm http://www.FreeBSD.ORG/~andreas News : FreeBSD 3.1 SMP outperforms Linux 2.2.3 by 19% ;-) See : http://www.freebsd.org/~andreas/benches/index.html To Unsubscribe: send mail to majordomo(at)de.FreeBSD.org with "unsubscribe de-bsd-chat" in the body of the messageReceived on Tue 16 Mar 1999 - 07:31:48 CET