From: MushroomzZ <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: ubench test results: Gentoo vs FreeBSD Newsgroups: comp.unix.bsd.freebsd.misc Date: 2002-08-12 03:20:58 PST i've been running ubench extensively these days on two identical machine... This the main points of the configuration: CPU: Pentium IV 2.26GHz 533/512 MEM: RIMM800 MHz * 512MB on two banks HDD: Quantum Fireball AS30.0 ATA100 MB: Asus P4T533C 1005 OSes: FreeBSD 4.6-STABLE / Gentoo Linux 1.2 FreeBSD: a custom kernel was built, including builtin support for the only hardware present. the sources have been updated at the yesterday state. a make world and kernel has been performed. ABI Linux enabled Filesystem: UFS+S and rw,async mount (ata.wc=1) some "standard" sysctl tweaks. Gentoo kernel vanilla-2.4.19SMP + xfs 1.1 (beta) a custom kernel was built, including builtin support for the only hardware present. the sources have been updated at the yesterday state. the equivalent of a make world and kernel has been performed. Filesystem: XFS1.1+osyncisdsync noatime mount (agcount=3 logsize=64MB) here's a mean of a 5 run ubench on the singles result: Gentoo CPU: 90098 MEM: 94978 FreeBSD CPU: 77491 MEM: 93379 Someone can help me pondering the hypotesys/results? Thank you. -- --- MushroomzZ, formerly Francesco Cicala m u s h r o o m z At l i b e r o Dot i t "It is already Wednesday and I'm not yet"