freebsd vs linux: performance problem
shantanu_ghosh at yahoo.com
Thu Dec 13 19:22:58 PST 2007
--- Erich Dollansky <oceanare at pacific.net.sg> wrote:
> Nash Nipples wrote:
> > sounds like a power unit problem. try to switch them and repeat.
> hey, in the next step you tell him that the MTU is set wrongly.
> > Now, in simple memory access operations, I see the freebsd system
> > noticably slower than the linux system. A simple C program that
> As already mentioned, are both systems working as 32 or 64 bit
Both are working as 64 bit systems.
> > from one memory buffer to another, when executed in a loop executes
> > between 10-30% slower on freebsd, as compared to linux. The
> > code of the program used for testing is identical in both the
> Don't you call memcpy?
Well, I first did - then I wrote a function to do the same, just to
make sure that the code executed is exactly the same in both the cases.
The difference was there both when using memcpy, and when using the
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