On 28-Nov-2001 Harry Putnam wrote:
For comparison later on after I've been able to make the changes here
is a reprint of the time on Freebsd and now duplicate manuever on the
same machine but under Linux (Redhat 7.1)
On FreeBSD 4.3
du -sh mail_test
rm -rf mail_test
I don't happen to have 94meg of mail files handy, but..
[chowder 23:42] /tmp > du -s foo
[chowder 23:42] /tmp > /usr/bin/time rm -rf foo
0.22 real 0.00 user 0.17 sys
I have write caching and softupdates on though. (That directory has 3893
messages in it).
time rm -rf Mail
Roughly 600 % faster on linux, and that is on the same box
I've got to hit the road now but making the configs will give me
something todo in the Motels... he he.
Well, let's say it's a linear relationship..
94 / 18.9 = 4.9735
0.22 * 4.9735 = 1.09 seconds.
For data this small the results are probably meaningless anyway.
Daniel O'Connor software and network engineer
for Genesis Software - http://www.gsoft.com.au
"The nice thing about standards is that there
are so many of them to choose from."
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