DragonFly users List (threaded) for 2006-11
Re: DFly vs other BSD
I would be interesting if you posted results and your methods too :-)
On 13 Nov 2006, at 15:35, Haidut wrote:
I am currently trying to run some benchmarks for PostgreSQL and MySQL
running on Dfly 1.6.2, PC-BSD (FreeBSD 6.1/6.2), NetBSD 3.1, OpenBSD
4.0, and Linux 2.6.x (Ubuntu). I've yet to find MySQL benchmarking
tools that compile and run on all of the above OS but "pgbench" for
PostgreSQL runs fine and so far it looks like it runs considerably
faster on Dfly than FreeBSD. Please note that there is no kernel
tuning or other OS optimizations. I am just interested in generic
off-the-shelf install performance.
I believe there have been quite a few articles (and even books)
discussing how database benchmarking results can be interpreted to
infer overall OS performance.
So, when I am done I'll email my results to this list.
On 11/13/06, Saverio Iacovelli <iacovelli_mail@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
At this point of DragonFly development, I have got
some questions. That is to say:
1) What are major differences between DragonFlyBSD and
FreeBSD. Today DragonFlyBSD could be the better choice
than FreeBSD in some matter.
2) Today DragonFlyBSD could be the better choice than
NetBSD or OpenBSD in some matter.
2) Today is it possible make a HPC cluster with
DragonFlyBSD without to use dedicated applications?
3) What are the expected news for DragonFly 1.8?
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