Subject: i386 MP performance (generic.mp and generic almost same)
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From: Cem Kayali <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/10/2007 18:06:11
I would like to ask experiences of netbsd-current-users running
multi-procesor kernel. I have core-duo notebook, and am using standart
generic.mp kernel. dmesg shows i have cpu0 and cpu1.
Tonight, i have compiled generic kernel, and noticed that there is almost no
performance difference... I mean,
- Boot time is almost same (untill kde desktop just loaded)
- KDE performance is almost same (windows startup etc)
- Linux emulation software (Firefox,OO2) peformance (startup time) is same.
- More importantly, compiling a new kernel or compiling a software through
pkgsrc (from source) time is almost same.
Well, i think i should somehow notice difference between generic and
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