>>>>> "Fulko" == Fulko Hew <fulko@stripped> writes:
Fulko> Guillermo Sansovic <gui@stripped> asked:
>> The people I am working for want to change our current Linux server into
>> SCO. What kind of performance drop can I expect of this?
>> The computer will remain the same.
>> Any figures you may have will help enormously.
Fulko> Can't speak for mysql on Linux, but everything else on OpenServer seems
Fulko> to give identical performance. I've heard people say that Linux is faster,
Fulko> but I haven't seen it. When it comes to GUI stuff, I've always thought
Fulko> Linux was slower. ie. the speed of windows poping up, mouse responsiveness,
Which SCO version? If you are talking about SCO Openserver (and not
SCO UnixWare) the major performance hit will be the thread
implementation; Here you will probably loose about 10 %.
Another problem is also that threads on SCO Openserver can't utilize
SMP. This may be a major hazel if you sometimes want to upgrade our