Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 16th Mar 2008 21:51 UTC, submitted by Oliver
Benchmarks "In May 2007 I ran some benchmarks of Dragonfly 1.8 to evaluate progress of its SMP implementation, which was the original focus of the project when it launched in 2003 and is still widely believed to be an area in which they had made concrete progress. This was part of a larger cross-OS multiprocessor performance evaluation comparing improvements in FreeBSD to Linux, NetBSD and other operating systems. The 2007 results showed essentially no performance increase from multiple processors on dragonfly 1.8, in contrast to the performance of FreeBSD 7.0 which scaled to 8 CPUs on the benchmark. Recently Dragonfly 1.12 was released, and the question was raised on the dragonfly-users mailing list of how well the OS performs after a further year of development. I performed several benchmarks to study this question."
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RE: Comment by LB06
by kkenn on Mon 17th Mar 2008 13:20 UTC in reply to "Comment by LB06"
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How is this different from this document?

http://people.freebsd.org/~kris/scaling/7.0%20Preview.pdf


Well, it's different in the sense that it's not the same :-)

In the PDF you link to I have a graph comparing freebsd to dfly 1.8 running mysql, but in the current tests I compared freebsd 7.0 with dfly 1.12 and freebsd 4.11 on a wider variety of tests.

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