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  • mo0n_sniper
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    Michael I think your work is very useful for the linux environment.
    The kernel developers can look for performance regressions in the Linux kernel with phoromatic, and now distribution maintainers can see what are the best kernel configuration options for the kernel.

    Hope more people involved in linux development have a look at phoromatic.


    P.S.:I'm also waiting to test my Windows XP performance vs. LInux performance.

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  • Qaridarium
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    Originally posted by Shining Arcanine View Post
    Gentoo Linux users have been by modifying .config file settings by hand to get improved kernel performance for a long time. I do not think automating it will do much for Linux performance, although this will probably save time for Linux users that were already doing this sort of thing.
    Gentoo VS save time

    if i use Gentoo my time is 'burn'

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  • Shining Arcanine
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    Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
    wohahahaaaawwwww the performance god speaks to us..

    in detail this will bring linux to the haven of performance!

    nice!
    Gentoo Linux users have been by modifying .config file settings by hand to get improved kernel performance for a long time. I do not think automating it will do much for Linux performance, although this will probably save time for Linux users that were already doing this sort of thing.

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  • Qaridarium
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    wohahahaaaawwwww the performance god speaks to us..

    in detail this will bring linux to the haven of performance!

    nice!

    Leave a comment:

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