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SubjectRe: Unices are created equal, but ...
> If somebody wants to do benchmarking,I'd suggest using at least
> - lmbench (nice microbenchmark)
> - bonnie (reasonable disk performance benchmark)
> - webstone (or something similar. But use "apache" as the server, not
> some braindead horror like NCSA).
> - ???
> (the three mentioned should cover different areas, all very reasonable,
> but have I missed some important area?)

Ziff-Davis "netbench" for DOS, Windows, Windows95, and Macintosh
clients against SAMBA and/or NFS and/or Appletalk servers.

Ziff-Davis "Winbench" in an emulation environment. Note that
"Winbench95" does not use Windows95 WIN32 interfaces -- it's
still mostly a 16 bit code benchmark, for what that's worth.

I'd like to see Ziff-Davis port to UNIX, but I think it's unlikely.

Terry Lambert
Any opinions in this posting are my own and not those of my present
or previous employers.

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