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Re: freebsd vs linux: performance problem Erich Dollansky Fri Feb 08 18:00:31 2008

Hi,

Nash Nipples wrote:
sounds like a power unit problem. try to switch them and repeat.

hey, in the next step you tell him that the MTU is set wrongly.


Now, in simple memory access operations, I see the freebsd system being
noticably slower than the linux system. A simple C program that copies

As already mentioned, are both systems working as 32 or 64 bit systems?

from one memory buffer to another, when executed in a loop executes
between 10-30% slower on freebsd, as compared to linux. The assembly
code of the program used for testing is identical in both the cases.

Don't you call memcpy?

Erich
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