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    TRIM for UFS is available since FreeBSD 9.0, and...

    TRIM for UFS is available since FreeBSD 9.0, and TRIM for ZFS is available since 9.2 if I remember well.
  2. The system boots easily with 32 Mb of ram. The...

    The system boots easily with 32 Mb of ram. The kernel don't takes more than 10-20 Mb I think ! You can try in a virtual machine :)
  3. OpenBSD default kernel has everything built-in....

    OpenBSD default kernel has everything built-in. The possibility to load modules was available, but you had absolutely no module to load except if you wrote some of your own. If you are able to write...
  4. As an OpenBSD user I find it confusing that they...

    As an OpenBSD user I find it confusing that they didn't patch OpenSSL in the final release. One will have to compile base system in order to fix this issue, or to use OpenBSD-current :/
  5. If you read with attention the graphs, you can...

    If you read with attention the graphs, you can notice the unit measured :

    bench BLAKE2 -> Cycles per byte
    bench BOTAN -> Mega bytes per second
    bench FLAC Audio encoding -> Second (time to...
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    I think this is a good idea. It's easier to debug...

    I think this is a good idea. It's easier to debug and you don't have performance loss.

    Lua can be translated directly in C then compiled.
    Lua programs compiled with LuaJIT are as faster as C...
  7. Thank you :) I thought that saying "I'm using...

    Thank you :)

    I thought that saying "I'm using slackware for a few months" would mean that I plan to use it for a few month, but you don't know the date I began to use it.
  8. I would like to add that Slackware is now...

    I would like to add that Slackware is now shipping Firefox ESR and Thunderbird ESR, which are "long" term support versions. They downgraded back some months ago to this versions (I've lost the...
  9. Since when does Optimus work on FreeBSD ?

    Since when does Optimus work on FreeBSD ?
  10. Did you read the article ? Where does it mention...

    Did you read the article ? Where does it mention clang ?:rolleyes:
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    Sticky: I started with Slackware in 1999, a friend gave...

    I started with Slackware in 1999, a friend gave me "Slackware magazine" with install CD and some how-to install / start / configure.

    I'm still using Slackware nowadays, at home and at office.
    ...
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    Michael, could you do a benchmark of EXT4 with...

    Michael, could you do a benchmark of EXT4 with different journal size ?
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    echo '$250' | sed 's/^\$//' | sed 's/$//'

    echo '$250' | sed 's/^\$//' | sed 's/$//'
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    Michael, could you benchmark EXT4 with different...

    Michael, could you benchmark EXT4 with different journal size ?

    From this article (2 years half old), it can make a big changes with small files : http://www.linux-mag.com/id/7666/
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    Actually, even FreeBSD ZFS and OpenIndiana ZFS...

    Actually, even FreeBSD ZFS and OpenIndiana ZFS are incompatibles due to parallel developments...
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    I'm using SNA on my OpenSuse 12.1 under an Ivy...

    I'm using SNA on my OpenSuse 12.1 under an Ivy Bridge CPU, I don't have any graphical artefact. I noticed that it seems smoother in general.


    I'd like to precise that the line to add in xorg.conf...
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    Hi, I'm not sure if I'm right, but wouldn't...

    Hi,

    I'm not sure if I'm right, but wouldn't this be interesting to make the consumption benchmark with a different point of view ?

    Here, you are getting the consumption average during the test,...
  18. My own benchmark (FreeBSD 8, OpenSolaris 09.06, Arch)

    Hi there

    I made few benchmarks on my laptop with differents systems as I often use each.

    I hope you'll find it interesting :)


    The FreeBSD 8.0 opt is an optimized kernel with modules...
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