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    Interesting benchmarks, dragonfly did surprisingly well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhux View Post
    Actually it is System V which always has been proprietary.
    Wrong, it's BSD and what they did was they just remove the BSD init system because it was so old, slow, pathetic and shittingly complex and replace it with the more superior, flexible and easy to use system V init when they renamed SunOS to Solaris.

    The rest is still BSD. So it effect, it's a closed BSD with the BSD init replaced by the system V init which makes it slightly less shitter then the BSDs still using the BSD shitting init.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soupbowl View Post
    Interesting benchmarks, dragonfly did surprisingly well.
    This is how DragonflyBSD performed in previous benchmarks so these actually no improvement which is classic BSD.

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    Nice to see CentOS performing so well.

    And please, chill the BSD vs Linux flame war. Almost every thread here that mentions BSD has it.

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    The GraphicsMagick tests shouldn't be legal. It uses OpenMP to scale and the DragonFly compiler in 3.2 doesn't have support for OpenMP and is therefore much slower than Linux in this test. The current development version of DragonFly has GCC 4.7 and OpenMP is enabled on that. In every other test, it is competitive to Linux.

    One other thing should be noted as well - tests like Dhrystone are not testing the OS at all, but they test the compiler and optimization. DragonFly's default compiler settings produce less optimized code (for greater stability).

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSD BullShitDistro View Post
    Wrong, it's BSD and what they did was they just remove the BSD init system because it was so old, slow, pathetic and shittingly complex and replace it with the more superior, flexible and easy to use system V init when they renamed SunOS to Solaris.

    The rest is still BSD. So it effect, it's a closed BSD with the BSD init replaced by the system V init which makes it slightly less shitter then the BSDs still using the BSD shitting init.
    System V SVR4 was SVR3 combined with 4.3BSD, Xenix, and SunOS.
    Solaris was based on System V SVR4.


    Quote Originally Posted by BSD BullShitDistro View Post
    they just remove the BSD init system because it was so old, slow, pathetic and shittingly complex and replace it with the more superior, flexible and easy to use system V init
    sarcasm?

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    Uninformed (thus bad) trolling, I'd guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe_gunner View Post
    The GraphicsMagick tests shouldn't be legal. It uses OpenMP to scale and the DragonFly compiler in 3.2 doesn't have support for OpenMP and is therefore much slower than Linux in this test. The current development version of DragonFly has GCC 4.7 and OpenMP is enabled on that. In every other test, it is competitive to Linux.

    One other thing should be noted as well - tests like Dhrystone are not testing the OS at all, but they test the compiler and optimization. DragonFly's default compiler settings produce less optimized code (for greater stability).
    Yeah, will be nice to see how the numbers jump once the developmental version gets moved to stable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSD BullShitDistro View Post
    This is how DragonflyBSD performed in previous benchmarks so these actually no improvement which is classic BSD.
    You do realize that CentOS uses a kernel that is 3 years older than the kernel Ubuntu is using and it performs better in most of those tests right?

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    The superior GNU technology fails to finish its own kernel for about 30 years now.

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