killing at multiplay.co.uk
Thu Oct 12 03:30:24 PDT 2006
Jack Vogel wrote:
> On 10/11/06, Danny Braniss <danny at cs.huji.ac.il> wrote:
>> the box is a bit old (Intel Pentium III (933.07-MHz 686-class CPU)
>> dual cpu.
>> running iperf -c (receiving):
>> freebsd-4.10 0.0-10.0 sec 936 MBytes 785 Mbits/sec
>> freebsd-5.4 0.0-10.0 sec 413 MBytes 346 Mbits/sec
>> freebsd.6.1 0.0-10.0 sec 366 MBytes 307 Mbits/sec
>> freebsd-6.2 0.0-10.0 sec 344 MBytes 289 Mbits/sec
> You arent measuring em, you're measuring RELEASES on
> your hardware, is this a surprise on a P3, no.
> I still do 930ish Mb/s on a P4 with a PCI-E or PCI-X adaptors
> running 6.1, in fact can do that with a 4 port adaptor I believe.
Old hardware or not I'd say they are interesting results as
there should be no real reason why we need the most up to
date hardware not to loose out on performance.
Out of interest Danny how do the various OS compare when
using a single CPU kernel?
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