Benchmark (Phoronix): FreeBSD 9.0-RC2 vs. Oracle Linux 6.1
ohartman at mail.zedat.fu-berlin.de
Sat Dec 24 14:49:04 UTC 2011
On 12/23/11 12:38, Daniel Kalchev wrote:
> On 23.12.11 12:48, O. Hartmann wrote:
>> Look at Steve Kargls problem. He investigated a SCHED_ULE problem in a
>> way that is far beyond enough! He gave tests, insights of his setup,
>> bad performance compared to SCHED_4BSD and what happend? We are still
>> stuck with this problem and more and more people realise, that FreeBSD
>> does have somewhere a problem and this seems to be a nasty problem not
>> easy to find or investigate.
> This has made me to realize, that I was having a problem with SCHED_ULE
> that I was not aware of until now. WOW! :)
> Every scheduler has some problem, some fail here some fail there. I am
> confident, that the case that Steve Kargls has reported will be resolved.
>> Another problem is this very elite-feeling closed club. Once you
>> managed it getting into the club of committers or core team members,
>> you'll probably fight for your seat ... I dont propose for that
>> socialists crap Linux people tend to be like,
> You never heard of the "People's Republic of Berkeley"? :)
> As for commiter access, this sort of comments trigger the system
> administrator in me. I have seen enough people, who for the lack of
> other excuses always use "but I don't have enough RIGHTS!". I am evil, I
>> But I follow the illusion that if people can see what benchmarks
>> reveal, they start thinking and if the facts are starting to give a
>> heavy load load on those rejecting the facts, they migght change their
>> opinion or get hopefully replaced by more openminded people.
> Here is now it works:
> If you see an problem and have a solution: go fix it. Many will be
> If you can't fix it, but have an idea how to fix it, share it. May will
> be grateful.
> If you can't fix it and don't have any idea, just say "there is a
> problem" and stop there. There are many, many, many like you who just
> hold their breath.
> We all learn, every day.
Sorry, but your crap is simply breathtaking.
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