Subject: Re: Swapping problems (was: Re: 1.2 features, again)
To: John S. Dyson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jukka Marin <email@example.com>
Date: 06/28/1996 08:54:23
> Try FreeBSD, if you are running on X86 machines. It's VM perf is better
> than Linux in most respects, and in -current blows it away. Also, FreeBSD
> really works under load.
Well, just heard from an ISP that they're going to replace their freebsd
news server with an l***x one because the current system is not stable under
high loads. With 64 MB of RAM, NetBSD seems to be doing reasonably well as
a news server, except that the disk IO is slow because the system uses so
little RAM for the disk cache.