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SubjectRe: [khttpd-users] khttpd vs tux
Roy Sigurd Karlsbakk wrote:

> I read something by Linus about linux scalability, and I beleive he said
> that 'linux [2.4] scales good up to 4 cpus, but not that good futher on
> [to 8?]'. Can anyone fill in the holes here?

Nobody scales better 1-4 CPUs, as indicated
by specweb99 - at 8 CPUs linux is OK, but not
as dominating....

When the high end specialists from IBM etc
can send in patches that enhance high end
performance without hurting the low end case
the numbers on 8-32 CPUs should really start
to shine. (There has been progress on that
front seen on lkml)

cu

jjs




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