FreeBSD 5.3 I/O Performance / Linux 2.6.10
emanuel.strobl at gmx.net
Mon Jan 24 00:02:46 PST 2005
Am Montag, 24. Januar 2005 06:17 schrieb Oliver Fuchs:
> > In addition, was on OS running a window manager and the other not? Was
> > one running ssh and the other not, was FBSD running Linux emu? ... Was
> > one running (insert program) and the other not...
> In addition to this:
> - how often did you run your test
> - what processes/daemons else where running
> - what is the contents of /etc/fstab
> - what is the contents of /etc/login.conf
> - what shell was used
> - what user was used
> - ... .
Well, these aren't of big interest atm. I posted a question in -current
regarding horrible ftp transfer rates (fwe and em transfer rates).
He was the only one answering and regrettably confirming my experience.
First, tell me why a 866MHz PII machine is full loaded for transfering 22MB/s
(over em0 and ftp, disks can do more that 50MB/s, no switch, just direct
connect, no packet loss/mutilation.......)?
There is such a big performance hole that it's really uninteresting if one
runs syslogd on one machine and not on the other...
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