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  • phoronix
    started a topic What Shall We Benchmark Next? Let Us Know!

    What Shall We Benchmark Next? Let Us Know!

    Phoronix: What Shall We Benchmark Next? Let Us Know!

    With Phoromatic we make it easy to build a test farm for benchmarking and automated regression management and to prove it we began monitoring the Linux kernel performance on a daily basis where we track the performance of the latest Linux kernel code on a daily basis using multiple systems. This has been going on for months and then yesterday we announced that Phoromatic reached a 1.0 status and that we have launched Phoromatic Ubuntu Tracker, a way to monitor the performance of Ubuntu Linux as a whole on a daily basis by benchmarking the most recent development packages. A day has passed so now we are already thinking of what next to add to our test farm for continuous performance tracking...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=ODA3NA

  • nickstuart
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    i read this one http://www.phoronix.com/forums/showthread.php?t=22401,

    nicely said in this thread

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  • LinuxID10T
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    Originally posted by LightningCrash View Post
    how many desktop users use SAS?

    how many sas users read phoronix?

    how many SAS drives has phoronix reviewed?

    how many troll posts will you make on this forum?
    I do. I also use a SAN. :P

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  • LightningCrash
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    Originally posted by energyman View Post
    and how many desktop users use such a san?

    How many san users read phoronix?

    How many san users base their buying decisions on phoronix articles?
    how many desktop users use SAS?

    how many sas users read phoronix?

    how many SAS drives has phoronix reviewed?

    how many troll posts will you make on this forum?

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  • LinuxID10T
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    Originally posted by energyman View Post
    and how many desktop users use such a san?

    How many san users read phoronix?

    How many san users base their buying decisions on phoronix articles?
    Well, it is easier to make objective decisions when looking through the forums. There is also a lot of good informatino about what works and what doesn't. So, it does effect my buying decisions a bit.

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  • energyman
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    Originally posted by LightningCrash View Post
    Cool story bro. SAN != Desktop
    and how many desktop users use such a san?

    How many san users read phoronix?

    How many san users base their buying decisions on phoronix articles?

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  • LightningCrash
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    Originally posted by energyman View Post
    100TB. That is like... 20 average desktops nowadays.
    Cool story bro. SAN != Desktop

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  • energyman
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    100TB. That is like... 20 average desktops nowadays.

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  • LightningCrash
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    Originally posted by energyman View Post
    well, your posting leads to the conclusion that you are one of the trolls. Do you have a nexenta box to give to Phoronix? Where should they get one - for free?
    And 7200rpm drives in a serious setup? That is children stuff.
    I have a Poweredge, several years old, with 15000rpm drives...
    NexentaCore is a free distribution of OpenSolaris with some Linux Userland.
    The point was to see how I/OPS were affected by the SSD read cache and write bitmaps. I have more than 100TB offsite in WMS100s and it's no child's play, I assure you.

    It would be nice if you knew something about about a topic before trolling it.

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  • energyman
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    well, your posting leads to the conclusion that you are one of the trolls. Do you have a nexenta box to give to Phoronix? Where should they get one - for free?
    And 7200rpm drives in a serious setup? That is children stuff.
    I have a Poweredge, several years old, with 15000rpm drives...

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