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    There are workloads that are SMP type, so a HPC...

    There are workloads that are SMP type, so a HPC cluster can not run such workloads.


    Have you looked at the Linux scaling of 8 socket servers? It is really bad. Just because Linux runs on 100...
  2. Oracle claims to be 20x faster than IBM in some...

    Oracle claims to be 20x faster than IBM in some benchmarks, not always. But that text is not allowed, because Oracle must always be 20x faster. So Oracle must withdraw the text.

    This is actually...
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    Shit, this took 2 hours to write. I dont have...

    Shit, this took 2 hours to write. I dont have time for this shit. There are umpteen articles and quotes on Linux devs saying that Linux has bad code quality. And other devs too. I know I am right;...
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    True. "Orvar Korvar", is like... "Donald Duck". I...

    True. "Orvar Korvar", is like... "Donald Duck". I remember that Kraftman posted this same sentence too. He said he had googled on me, and at last found my real name: "Orvar Korvar". So, Kraftman must...
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    Ok I believe you. I will stop talking about that...

    Ok I believe you. I will stop talking about that SMP and HPC stuff. Clearly my terminology is not really correct. I know what I want to say, but I dont say it correctly.

    I am trying to say that...
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    The Linux 128 GB server used faster RAM dimms,...

    The Linux 128 GB server used faster RAM dimms, that is the reason Linux used 128GB. You can install 256GB RAM on that server, but the benchmarking team chose not to.

    And Solaris 11 has changed too...
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    Thanks for trying to refute my point with facts....

    Thanks for trying to refute my point with facts.


    This server is a HP server made for HP-UX. They have compiled Linux to it, and offer Linux on it. But it is not a Linux server. It is a HP-UX...
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    So what? I was alone in that thread and there was...

    So what? I was alone in that thread and there was lot of people throwing all questions at me. I simply did not have time to continue. I mean, when you have been "debating" with Kraftman (Pawlerson,...
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    You must differentiate between different types of...

    You must differentiate between different types of scaling. Linux scales very well on clusters, large networks with embarassingly parallell workloads, just like supercomputers. For isntance, the SGI...
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    No, you must be kidding? Did he really accused...

    No, you must be kidding? Did he really accused the Boston bombers to be OpenBSD developers?? He must be more deluded than I thought...
  11. That is the Kraftman I know! Good boy! He always...

    That is the Kraftman I know! Good boy! He always said that very phrase! And when I asked him for any links, he never gave any. Just like you. You will never show us links on this. You speak like...
  12. Oh, I missed that. I asked him many times to show...

    Oh, I missed that. I asked him many times to show any links and he never showed any. Just like you do. And you seem to remember a lot about what Kraftman supposedly said or not said. So, henceforth,...
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    Please, dont. ;) OpenSolaris was a alfa...

    Please, dont. ;)



    OpenSolaris was a alfa version of Solaris 11. It was not even beta. Code that is in alfa stage is not yet done. Solaris 11 performs much better than OpenSolaris.



    Here...
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    He talks about the source code, not the design....

    He talks about the source code, not the design. Con Kolivas thinks the code is beatiful and admires it, after been used to work with Linux devs. CK says so.
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    This sounds exactly like Kraftman. The very same....

    This sounds exactly like Kraftman. The very same. Why did you Kraftman, get new accounts? Why not use the same old account? Is it because Kraftman lost all credibility when you confessed that you FUD?
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    Hmm.... I have concluded that OpenSLOWlaris is...

    Hmm.... I have concluded that OpenSLOWlaris is the same account as the old Kraftman. I have not been logged in for a long time (over a year) so I dont know if Kraftman is still using his account....
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    He is also the account user "Kraftman". So, he is...

    He is also the account user "Kraftman". So, he is not only antiBSD, he is anti-everything that is not Linux.

    BTW, can you show the post where he accuses OpenBSD devs for being murders and...
  18. Why are you talking about Kraftman? It was a long...

    Why are you talking about Kraftman? It was a long time (at least a year) I was logged in here, just check my activity. I dont remember all I talked to, but you do. How can you remember year old...
  19. Well, the ZFS source code is forked. The forked...

    Well, the ZFS source code is forked. The forked version is out there, you can browse it and download it and compile it. How do you think Linux devs succeeded in getting ZFS? Because they grabbed the...
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    True. People will always find something they can...

    True. People will always find something they can criticize, either the RAM amount was different, or the brand, or the electric current, or the mouse, or....


    Please do! The more disks, the better...
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