At 07:03 PM 1/03/2001 +0300, Hans Reiser wrote:
> > > They know that iMimic's polymix performance on Linux 2.2.* is half
> what it is on
> > > BSD. Has the Linux 2.4 networking code caught up to BSD?
> > >
> > > Can I tell them not to worry about the Linux networking code
> strangling their
> > > webcache product's performance, or not?
Hans, if iMimic's polygraph performance is "half" on linux versus that of
freebsd, then it is a sign that iMimic has some awful code and/or are doing
something wrong in linux versus freebsd.
>The problem is that I really need BSD vs. Linux experiences, not Linux 2.4 vs.
>2.2 experiences, because the webcache industry tends to strongly disparage
>networking code, so much better isn't necessarily good enough.
please stop generalizing. there is at least one vendor in the webcache
industry that is more than happy with the linux networking code.
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