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Re: Samba/OpenBSD benchmarks.
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: Samba/OpenBSD benchmarks.
- From: "Matthew C. Weigel" <weigel+_(_at_)_pitt_(_dot_)_edu>
- Date: Tue, 29 Jun 1999 13:43:03 -0400 (EDT)
On Tue, 29 Jun 1999, Shaolin Coding Monk wrote:
> I run Samba 2.0.4b here on OpenBSD 2.5/i386. The machine is a AMD K62-300
> with 96 megs of ram and IDE disk. I ran some tests with Samba on this
> machine, a identical machine but with only 32 RAM running FreeBSD
> 3.2-Release and P233MMX 256RAM IDE disk NT4 Server. Under no load here
> were the results using a Linux smbclient as the client...Oh yeah 10mbps
> nothing else on the network..
> OpenBSD 2.5 > 640-700k/sec
> FreeBSD 3.2-Release > 710-740k/sec
> NT 4.0 > 820-920k/sec
So just to clarify, an NT machine with more than twice the RAM and a
slightly slower processor did a little bit better?
...and FreeBSD did better than OpenBSD and almost as well as NT with an
eighth the RAM?
Matthew Weigel Programmer/Sysadmin
weigel+_(_at_)_pitt_(_dot_)_edu Operating Systems Advocate
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