Benchmark (Phoronix): FreeBSD 9.0-RC2 vs. Oracle Linux 6.1
matthew at phoronix.com
matthew at phoronix.com
Thu Jan 5 19:30:04 UTC 2012
Thanks for the comment Arnaud. For comparative benchmarking on Phoronix.com, Michael inva configuration 'in the way the developers or production'. This is by rule.
However, i poor scores on be 'it should be tuned, is configured for a diffe The response from us to this comes in two forms. &nb 1) If it is the wrong workload for the platform, do a public pos explaining and analysing the results. Highlighting the rationale fo r the concious reduction in performance (ie: journaling filesystems
with ba filesystem integrity 2) If tuning can have a material impact on the results, post a t uning guide with step by step and rationale. Ie: educate the
communit Michael and I have had many discussions with vendors an on this. In almost all cases, the vendor has either cha default configuration or accepted the results as valid.
As guide, Micha comparison. To dat offer. In part, thi public, but that is more of a result of a one sided d party external to a particular community (with a healthy tou journalisticly pumped compare & contrast). For the FreeBSD community, who else outside of the FreeBSD community actually runs
public c Matthew
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On Jan 4, 2012 1:58 PM, Arnaud Lacombe <lacombar at gmail.com&g wrote:
On Fri, Dec 16, 2011 at 12:16 PM, > Thanks.
& benchma > ensure expected behaviour.
Why should you Server
install ? If install,
that wouldn't b Oracle
Server instal performance for certa configuration.
> The installation, execution and comparison agai in the
> article is fairly simple.
> > Note that some tuning may not be relevant or recommended (ie: s of the fs
> benchmarks are sensitive to barriers and other syn operations). I'd
> recommend bowing out of a benchm slower since
> the default configura this is
> the case. >
> Thanks 'someone'.
> Dec 16, 2011 8:46 AM, Adrian Chadd <a wrote:
> Can someone please write > outlining all of this? >
> Extra bonus points if it's a blog that is picked up > blogs.freebsdish.org and/or some of the other BSD sites.
> Guys/girls/fuzzy things - this is 2011; people look at sh blog
> sites with graphs rather than mailing lists. Sorry, we that
> battle. :)
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