Topic: freebsd 7

http://people.freebsd.org/~kris/scaling … review.pdf

smash the state in '08!

Re: freebsd 7

also check this:
http://people.freebsd.org/~kris/scaling … review.pdf

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Re: freebsd 7

"- FreeBSD 7.0 brings FreeBSD back to the forefront of OS performance on modern hardware (it's good to be back).
- Providing advanced features not available in other open source operating systems
- An attractive platform for both high end and embedded hardware.
- A new foundation for the years ahead."

big_smile

this all looks amazing.

p.s. why did vermaden link the same thing..?

Last edited by lucas (2007-10-31 22:07:38)

Re: freebsd 7

Well, the report does make FreeBSD look very good. I'm hoping that FreeBSD 7, now that the major architectural change seems to finally have been finished, might achieve a level of performance and stability that we last saw with FreeBSD 4... time will tell I guess.

And the benchmarks are awesome. Not just because FreeBSD comes out on top, but because the bar has once again been set higher. I expect Linux and NetBSD will catch up very soon and thus everyone, FreeBSD user or not, gets some very nice improvements smile

Re: freebsd 7

lucas wrote:

p.s. why did vermaden link the same thing..?

Sorry, I made mistake, I wanted to put this link wink
http://people.freebsd.org/~kris/scaling … Update.pdf

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[color=Blue]Linux is not UNIX! Face it! It is not an insult. It is fact: GNU is a recursive acronym for

Re: freebsd 7

this sounds really awesome. I remember trying an RC of FreeBSD 6.0 and being impressed by its quickness. I'm looking forward to this!

P.S. thanks for the additional link, vermaden.

P.P.S. does anyone know what software is used to create these presentations? unless it's just OpenOffice.org exported to PDF or something.

Last edited by asemisldkfj (2007-11-01 01:40:20)

Re: freebsd 7

It's LaTeX. Forgot what the package's called exactly though...

Re: freebsd 7

Maxlor wrote:

It's LaTeX. Forgot what the package's called exactly though...

It's the LaTeX beamer class found in /usr/ports/print/latex-beamer.

Re: freebsd 7

thanks guys.