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From:Paul D. Smith Date:June 25 1999 1:36am
Subject:Re: glibc 2.1 performance
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%% Tom Cunningham <tom@stripped> writes:

  tc> I went back through the archives and couldn't find anything about
  tc> this, so I figured I'd pipe in. I've been having all sorts of
  tc> problems the last couple of days benchmarking two machines. We
  tc> have an old machine which runs Red Hat 5.2 (glibc-2.0.7-29), and a
  tc> new machine which runs Red Hat 6.0 (glibc-2.1.1-6).

You forgot a _crucial_ bit of info: what kernels you're running.  There
are some performance issues in most 2.2 kernels below 2.2.10, one good
thing to come out of the latest Microsoft sponsored benchmark hullabaloo
was some attention paid to these and some bugs fixed (Linus said, "it's
all worth it since we found some bugs").

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