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From: Jon Bendtsen (jon+vserver_at_silicide.dk)
Date: Thu 07 Nov 2002 - 17:23:11 GMT

Herbert Poetzl wrote:

> On Thu, Nov 07, 2002 at 04:30:33PM +0100, Jon Bendtsen wrote:


> > 3, because i'm using software raid as well...
> I would not draw too many conclusions from that
> as well, because if you take a closer look, you'll
> probably find a dozen of things these systems have
> in common ...
> - using IDE drives?

i do

> - using ext2/ext3?

i do

> - patched with ctx-NN ;)

The latest when i did it a few days ago

> - SMP /non SMP?


> also check for features introduced/included/selected
> in the kernels ...


> the minimum you would need to make some minimum
> cross relation would be
> - all kernel configurations
> - the distributions/configurations
> - I/O modules active (MD, LVM, IDE, SCSI, ...)
> - memory/harddisk configurations
> Nevertheless I am sure the information is there,
> and if it can be combined/evaluated maybe one
> or the other cause/bug could be found ...
> (although I doubt, that this will become reality,
> because nobody would give out access to all his
> configuration/logging information ...)

I would, because it's my home machine. I'd even
give a develloper a login if it's needed. I find it
annoying i have to reset it once in a while.

> PS: SMP machines perform _MUCH_ better as physical
> vserver hosts than non-SMP machines. I had otherwise
> identical machines in production, and the SMP machine
> was more than 10 times faster, regarding the response
> time to connections/logins/etc ...

thought so


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