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    SubjectRe: maximum/optimal # of SMP CPUs between 2.2 and 2.4
    > Management overview of Linux scalability at webserving:
    >
    > CPU Score Scaling
    > 1 1270 100%
    > 2 2200 86.6%
    > 4 4200 82.7%
    > 8 6387 62.9%
    >
    > Management overview of NT scalability at webserving:
    >
    > CPU Score Scaling
    > 1 732 100%
    > 4 1598 54.6%
    >
    > so it can be argued that Linux scales to 8 CPUs better than NT scales
    > to 4 CPUs. Have a look at the site yourself for all the `this is a
    > benchmark it is only a benchmark, share prices may go down as well as
    > up, may contain nuts' disclaimers, but the benchmarks were conducted on
    > identical hardware, as far as I can see.

    Actually, reading that it appears to me that Linux scales to 2 CPUs better
    than NT scales to 4... Compare 2200 to 1598...


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