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SubjectRe: 2.2.2: 2 thumbs up from lm
On Wed, 24 Feb 1999, Larry McVoy wrote:

> [offtopic, if you know that 2.2 is God's gift to the world, skip this]
>
> I've been stress testing for the last day or so because I added a

[SNIP hell]

> And the system is, while sluggish, responsive while I'm typing.
> I'm very impressed - I do not think that SunOS (or any of the other
> Unices) ever got to this point. If you did this to them, it was just
> intolerable. So whatever you did, it's worth it. Quite impressive,
> actually.

The good news is that we haven't even reached the limit
yet with scheduler and VM optimizations. With a bit of
luck, some newer version of the kernel will blow away
2.2.2 in the near future...

Rik -- Open Source: you deserve to be in control over your own data.
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