On Wed, 2004-06-09 at 13:13, datasmid@stripped wrote:
> I benchmarked MySQL 3.23.58 on the same hardware with 3 versions of Linux
> 1: RedHat 7.3
> 2: RedHat Enterprise 3
> 3: Fedora Core 2
> The system is an IBM e335 dual xeon 3GHz with 15k rpm disks (mirrored)
Two questions. Which Kernel did Fedora Core 2 run ? Also did you use
hardware or software mirror ?
> Conclusion: Fedora Core 2 shines brightly!!!
Well, It was twice as slow to run ATIS, big-tables, connect, wisconsin.
It was also slower at "select"
So results look more like "depends on the load".
Fedora Core developers might be interested to see these results to
find out why these regressions are happening.
Peter Zaitsev, Senior Support Engineer
MySQL AB, www.mysql.com