Performance 4.x vs. 6.x
olli at lurza.secnetix.de
Tue Oct 17 08:35:53 UTC 2006
Just an interesting thing to note ...
Danial Thom is accusing the FreeBSD team of "lying" and
being "dishonest". He's saying that FreeBSD is going to
die and DragonFly BSD will take its place in one year,
and that Matt Dillon had more IQ than the whole FreeBSD
Not very long ago, the very same person said exactly the
opposite. He wrote that DragonFly was going in the wrong
direction, that the project would die and never would
catch up with FreeBSD, and he insulted Matt Dillon and
other developers up to the point he had to be banned from
the mailing list in order to get the S/N ration back to a
usable level. (I'm not wasting my time with quotes; you
can easily find all of that with Google if you care.)
Now look who is lying and being dishonest.
PS: Redirected to -chat.
PPS: I've switched several machines from 4.x to RELENG_6,
skipping 5.x alltogether, and so far I'm very pleased with
the new features and the performance (except for the NFS
performance which is not as good as it used to be, but I
assume it's already being worked on, since NFS is such an
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