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SubjectRe: [big performances boost for DataBases] Re: cache killer memory death test - 2.0 vs 2.2 vs arca - programs inside
Hi,

On Mon, 26 Apr 1999 00:58:16 +0200 (CEST), Andrea Arcangeli
<andrea@e-mind.com> said:

>> Smokin! 2.2.6andrea2 was so incredibly fast that I didn't really
>> have much time to test it interactively, but it was great. Netscape
>> came up in under a minute.

> I am very happy to hear that ;). Now it would be also interesting to see a
> DBMS benchmark.

Excellent. Do you have an idea of what exactly makes the difference?
It looks as if the buffer write scheduling is making a large difference:
there isn't _that_ much difference in system time in .arca2.

--Stephen

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