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SubjectRe: 2.2.18Pre Lan Performance Rocks!

Anton Altaparmakov wrote:
> IMHO stability is more important than anything else. - I prefer to run 20
> Linux servers which will result in no phonecalls at midnight calling me
> into College to reboot them compared to a Netware server which runs as fast
> as the 20 Linux servers but disturbs my out-of-working-hours time!
> I agree that having ring 0 OS will improve performance, no doubt about
> that, but at what price?

It depends on how well we do out job. I guess that's the real debate.
Welcome back,
how's things.



> Just my 2p.
> Anton
> >And on sane architectures like alpha you don't even need to flush the TLB
> >during "real" context switching so all your worry to share the same VM for
> >everything is almost irrelevant there since it happens all the time anyways
> >(until you overflow the available ASN bits that takes a lots of forks to
> >happen).
> >
> >So IMHO for you it's much saner to move all your performance critical code
> >into
> >kernel space (that will be just stability-risky enough as khttpd and tux are).
> >In 2.4.x that will avoid all the cr3 reloads and that will be enough as what
> >you really care during fileserving are the copies that you must avoid.
> >
> >Andrea
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