As far as I know Linux distros use a lot newer and better GCC and FreeBSD uses a long outdated gcc 4.2.1 (20070719)
And maybe FreeBSD is slower at some points, it remains my main system. Just because it is clean, manageable (for me at least;) )
and i feel very comfortable with it.
mk wrote:... check questions@ and performance@ there is discussion exactly about that bench. iirc one topic was named "specific example of io(was zfs bla bla..)"
tbyte wrote:The only thread that looks like that is 'ZFS Re: A specific example of a disk i/o problem' which has nothing to do with that and is a month old. That article is from today
Penel wrote:However, just recently making the switch from Linux to FreeBSD, I am pretty satisfied with the way things are in the FreeBSD operating system. Everything seems so much more "simplified & organized".
Linux too me now just seems so unorganized and chaotic and lots of unnecessary junk
tbyte wrote:As far as I know Linux distros use a lot newer and better GCC and FreeBSD uses a long outdated gcc 4.2.1 (20070719).
troberts wrote:The FreeBSD team is working on that problem with Clang/LLVM being the solution.
tbyte wrote:Phoronix posted a performance tests of FreeBSD 8.0 today. FreeBSD doesn't do very well there but the reason could be that it's first stable release of 8 branch and that it's currently stabilized and not that optimized for performance. Of course that is something else. As far as I know Linux distros use a lot newer and better GCC and FreeBSD uses a long outdated gcc 4.2.1 (20070719).
The ministat command was written by Poul-Henning Kamp out of frustration
over all the bogus benchmark claims made by people with no understanding
of the importance of uncertainty and statistics.
Out of the 26 graphs shown in this article, how many times did FreeBSD 8.0 pull ahead of Linux / OpenSolaris? Just one. This win was with the C-Ray ray-tracing engine. However, in this test, it actually illustrates a performance regression where FreeBSD 7.2 was even faster than the newest 8.0 release. Between FreeBSD 7.2 and 8.0, the week-old operating system did offer nice performance improvements in a few areas like MAFFT. The real performance race though came down between the OpenSolaris 2010.02 development build (derived from b127) and Ubuntu 9.10 / Fedora 12
bkero: I however, get HUGE wood over ARM stuff.
bkero: I have muchas bandwidthas
.Deanjo: I just lick the USB cable
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