Re: Solaris 2.6 and Linux

Alan Cox (
Mon, 29 Sep 1997 19:47:48 +0100 (BST)

> > the damage in about 6hours after 15 iterations.
> Hmmm, did you say you had those 4*4GB on the Solaris in RAID configuration
> too ? Comparing apples and oranges isn't fair, but these are interesting
> data points none the less.

Have a loaned clue..

When you bang off the power you are trashing data between your OS
caches and disks, and it doesn't matter if the array is RAID or not.

> platforms and other commercial Unixes 99% of the time. Maybe that's why
> its fast and I guess its a price you're all willing to pay.

For some of it definitely - mind you bouncing up and down and pointing out
stuff like the need for a consistent LKM symbol set is extremely valid ;)