Performance 4.x vs. 6.x

Danial Thom danial_thom at
Fri Oct 13 13:34:37 PDT 2006

Yeah, bury your head in the sand as always.  

Its been proven over and over. Robert Watson has
admitted many times that 6.x is not as fast as
4.x uniprocessor, but you guys still continue to
claim otherwise. Clowns following clowns to the
land of nowhere.

Its virtually impossible to build a threaded
kernel that is faster than a non-threaded kernel
for UP operation. You can ask Matt Dillon or
Robert Watson or Terry Lambert or anyone else
that  you think has a brain. Its just plain
stupid to suggest otherwise.

--- Kris Kennaway <kris at> wrote:

> On Thu, Oct 12, 2006 at 05:17:31PM -0500,
> Derrick T. Woolworth wrote:
> > Where are the numbers for this?  Where is the
> proof?  Are you using
> > CARP and PF in the 4.x kernel?  Are you using
> UNIX sockets in 4.x?
> > 
> > The fact that your claims haven't been
> substantiated leads me to
> > believe you're not really trying to solve any
> problems.
> Just ignore this guy, he has an extremely
> narrow focus of what he
> wants to use FreeBSD for, and since FreeBSD
> doesn't meet his standards
> in this single area he claims that the entire
> OS is useless for any
> purposes.
> Kris

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