Subject: Re: NetBSD 1.6.1, FreeBSD 5 and OpenBSD and Linux 2.4/6 scalability
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Oliver Tonnhofer <email@example.com>
Date: 10/21/2003 10:54:38
"Emre Yildirim" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > bulk.fefe.de/scalability/
> Pretty interesting results. The guy came down on OpenBSD a lot, but
> even I didn't
> expect it to perform that bad. I wonder how NetBSD-current would have
> performed on those benchmarks.
He benchmarked NetBSD-current yesterday.
Some benchmarks declined a bit, but the last and IMHO most important
'http-request-latency' benchmark comes close to Linux/FreeBSD.
(1.6/poll vs. 2.0/kqueue)
And he encountered a problem during the update:
"The upgrade build process did not run smoothly, the NetBSD crowd will
have to review that (e.g. I got a /usr/src/usr.bin/kqueue/kqueue/
directory from CVS, which the make clean run in build.sh tried to rm -f
(without -r), and that caused the whole build to abort)."
He didn't wrote when he checked-out the source, but it must be between
19. and 20. Oct.
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