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Ubuntu outperform Solaris on Sun’s T2000

“Ubuntu is now outperforming even Solaris express, and we’re sustaining 22,183.43 requests per second – using out of the box Apache 2.2.0.”
Found at The Fridge, but in more detail at Colm MacCárthaigh's blog

Quote:

He also pointed me at Dave Miller’s latest kernel with T1 fixes, which I’ve built from git, and showed me the way to the libc6-sparcv9v and libc6-sparc64v packages, which contain runtime optimisations for the platform. And the result is stunning. Ubuntu is now outperforming even Solaris express, and we’re sustaining 22,183.43 requests per second – using out of the box Apache 2.2.0. Not a single kernel tuning, Apache tuning, or anything beyond “CFLAGS=-Os” applied.

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