Subject: Re: NetBSD is not Linux
To: Oleg Polianski <Oleg.Polianski@clear.co.nz>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/12/2001 19:52:08
> > > inefficient way of implementing kernel threads", but I haven't really
> > > heard any arguments as to why it necessarily has to be? Why would it
> > because context switching takes time, especially in linux with lots of
> > processes.
> Do you have concrete numbers, do you? Could you please show us them, it's
naver made any measurements with numbers. just tried to run 2000 sleep 1h
processes in background as root and looking at general system slowdown
after it (no swapping)
> a very interesting reading. Especially when they're compared with other
> available UNIX'es (like Solaris, NetBSD, Free/OpenBSD).
> Take care,