Compare linux and freebsd?

Came across this comparison of Linux kernels (2.6.24) and prachi (7.1 )
www.cs.virginia.edu/~kc5dm/projects/osperf.pdf

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We determine that FreeBSD performs equally or

better than Linux on file read operation, page allocation latency and page touch latency measurements. We

also find out that the kernel call overhead is more in

FreeBSD than in Linux. Also, context switch delay is

more uniform in FreeBSD than in Linux, while signals

perform faster on Linux than on FreeBSD.

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Actually the question, what has changed in this respect since that time, and how relevant this information is for current astramovich cores?
October 8th 19 at 03:58
5 answers
October 8th 19 at 04:00
Thank you. Although, testing on different hardware is not fully objective), in the first approximation, it is, of course, useful. - taryn_Reinger34 commented on October 8th 19 at 04:03
October 8th 19 at 04:02
On Phoronix there are a bunch of a bunch of tests
October 8th 19 at 04:04
The theme of all theme I\O disclosed, but it would be interesting to see a bunch LVM+linux-favourite-fs and ZFS v28(or too old)
October 8th 19 at 04:06
Regarding Fri — 8 core has changed relatively 7 key, very, very, generally for the better, but there are some points in the network parts that have deteriorated. Info I think can be considered not relevant — frya 9-ka on the way, we have to test all over again ;)
October 8th 19 at 04:08
FreeBSD had a very stable version 4.
Very.

In version 5 began to cut multiprocessors and broke everything (performance, stability). What, in particular, led to the hiving off of DragonFlyBSD, based on a 4, but with another multiprocessors.
In version 6 fixed multiprocessors.
In version 7 fixed odnoprestolnoj.

I would not look on such ancient versions.

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