On Tue, Mar 07, 2000 at 12:13:40PM +0000, Paul Jakma mentioned:
> > I don't read swedish, but I can understand "SunOs 5.5.1" - Solaris has
> > had a number of performance improvements in the last few years.
> let's assume Sun hasn't made any huge nobel-prize winning discoveries in
> OS design, and also that their design philosophy hasn't changed
> significantly. And assume the same for linux.
Well, does stuff like "Solaris 2.51 was a 32bit OS, and 2.7 was the first
64-bit OS from Sun" make a difference ?
> anyone got a uSPARC dual booting linux 2.2/Sol 7 that can settle this by
> running lmbench?
The other reason I'd be wary of this is that the Linux people have
optimised the kernel for lmbench (or at least
http://www.nuclecu.unam.mx/~miguel/uselinux/SparcLinux.html) says so.
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