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SubjectRe: [Lse-tech] Re: Linux 2.4 Scalability, Samba, and Netbench
On Wed, May 09, 2001 at 11:29:22AM -0500, Andrew M. Theurer wrote:
> I am evaluating Linux 2.4 SMP scalability, using Netbench(r) as a
> workload with Samba, and I wanted to get some feedback on results so
> far.

Also consider using Andrew Tridgell's
dbench/tbench/smbtorture suite in this process: it
is mathmeatically comparable to NetBench, runs on
smaller numbers of load-generationg machines, and
can give better breakdowns into the disk component,
then network component and the on-server component
of the available performance.

I also have some results from SPARC Linux: send me email.

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