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  1. To defend it. Keep in mind that we're talking...

    To defend it. Keep in mind that we're talking about x86 versus amd64 and not about ppc32 versus ppc64 here! It's a known fact that compiling for amd64 makes sense because of much more available...
  2. Comparing 32bit Solaris app code to 64bit Linuxs is not fair!

    Hi,
    just to defend Solaris a little bit. This OS's gcc compiler by *default* produces 32bit applications even on amd64 hosts and even Solaris 11 is 64bit. On the other hand majority of Linux distros...
  3. Pandas as a NAS is nonsense

    Hello,
    honestly speaking, you need SATA/SSD for NAS and not just slow SDHC cards. Pity you don't have an option to give a try to cluster of for example free scale i.MX3 Quick Start Boards or new...
  4. Overheating?

    Hello,
    I'm quite interested on your results with Panda ES cluster. I'm asking since I'm running previous Panda version here for GHC development and it is certainly not suitable for heavy server work...
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    Indeed! That's also my hope! Otherwise comparing...

    Indeed! That's also my hope! Otherwise comparing 64bit to 32bit is like comparing apples and oranges. :-)
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    Just for your reference what happen on...

    Just for your reference what happen on OpenSolaris (SXDE 1/08):

    karel@silence:/tmp/phoronix-test-suite$ bash ./phoronix-test-suite install encode-mp3

    Checking For Needed External Dependencies....
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    Better non-GNU OS support

    Hello,
    after seeing your latest tests with OpenSolaris and Linux I decided to give your testsuite a try. Unfortunately it does not run at all on plain OpenSolaris older than Indiana (2008.05). The...
  8. To find out what's the culprit behind the...

    To find out what's the culprit behind the difference. If the kernel or if the compiler itself.
  9. Solaris is fine, but please benchmark it properly next time.

    What's really pity is that you have not benchmarked Ubuntu versus Solaris, but rather GCC 4.3.x versus GCC 4.2.x versus GCC 3.4.x. If you like to benchmark OSes, you will also need to do with the...
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