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    SubjectRe: Linux scalability?
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    > However, taking a closer look, it turns out, that the above statement
    > holds true only for 1 and 2 processor machines. Scalability already
    > suffers at 4 processors, and at 8 processors, TUX 2.0 (7500) gets beaten
    > by IIS 5.0 (8001), and these were measured on the same kind of box!
    not really the same box
    look at the disk subsystem
    7 x 9GB 10KRPM Drives and 1 x 18GB 15KRPM (html+log & os) for Win2000
    5 x 9GB 10KRPM Drives (html+log+os) for TUX 2.0

    this is sufficient for a such difference

    -David

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