Some Unix benchmarks for those who are interesed
matrix at itlegion.ru
Tue Mar 6 18:29:37 UTC 2007
>Artem Kuchin wrote:
>> I used unixbenchmark for measure overall perfomance of three machines of
>> different generations and with different OS versions. See for your self and
>> compare results with machine cost.
>> Hope this will be usefull for someone.
>a) It looks like your message was weirdly truncated - whole "rectangles"
>of text are missing from the results on the right-hand-side. Maybe you
>copied it through Excel?
Ummm... hmmm.. i checked the message in the list, nothimng is missing.
Just like it was in the putty terminal from where i copied it.
>b) I submitted a patch for unixbench than enables execl benchmark on
>amd64, it should be in the ports tree by now.
oh! that's good. will retest.
>c) It would be interesting for the general discussion if you could
>install a recent server-like version of Linux (e.g. CentOS, SuSE,
>Debian) on one of the machines you did your benchmarks on to compare
I am not good at linux, but this is an interesting idea. I'll try it. Which one
is easier to install?
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