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SubjectRe: FreeBSD & Linux [./fork 500 totally hangs my machine 2.1.127]
On Sun, 8 Nov 1998, Simon Kirby wrote:

> Either way, the probgram is still flawed as a benchmark of any sorts as
> Linux could allow the process to run to the point where it calls sleep()
> as soon as it forks where FreeBSD may just continue to let the parent
> execute and kill the children (which is obviously going to make the
> program exit faster).

I ran it on a 2.0 system with QNX schedular patch. It did 254 in 0
seconds.. I then tried 10000 and it killed init.. :)
Damn.. The box had like 150days uptime.



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