DragonFly users List (threaded) for 2006-06
Re: MySQL timings
--- "Justin C. Sherrill" <justin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Mon, June 19, 2006 10:08 am, Dimitri Kovalov wrote:
> > I have a test application that loads a database with
> > 20K records. Just sequential writes and I get very
> > results. With 1 CPU it take :49 and with 2 cpu it take
> > 2:55. Is this possible? Its a slow disk but I surprized
> > results.
> MySQL performance is historically poorer under FreeBSD,
> and we probably
> inherited the general malaise. (Note I'm saying that
> without benchmarking
> it myself...) You may want to look at:
> Interestingly, that second link shows much better results
> with a
> 4BSD-style scheduler, which is what we pretty much have
I was more concerned with the difference between one cpu
and two. But I don't know what happened. Now I'm getting
:49 for 1 cpu and 1:01 for 2, which is more right for me.
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