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SubjectRe: kernel 2.6 speed
>I got a question for you. Apparently kernel 2.6 is
>much slower then 2.4 and about 30 times slower then
>the windows one.
>
>I'm not an OS guru, but I ran a little and very simple
>test. The program bellow, as you can see, measures the
>number of cycles performed in 30 seconds.

I suggest that you take out the time stuff and measure the whole running time,
at the shell level.
Under Linux you can do that using "time ./myprog" - how you do it under
Windows is another concern, but you can write a small "time" program for
windows, too.


Jan Engelhardt
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