> X15 is the server I was referring to and as far as I can measure I get
> very much the same performance as TUX.
> On a Dell 4400 (933 MHz PIII, 2G of RAM, 5 9G disks) I get 2450
(the unit is not "connections/second" but "connections")
> On a Dell PowerEdge 1550/1000 the published TUX 2 result is 2765.
> If you take into account the fact that the 1550 has a faster processor
> (1GHz) and a more modern bus architecture (Serverworks HE with memory
> interleaving and a triple PCI bus), the performance is roughly the
the system was IO-limited (given that a ~9 GB fileset was running on a 2
GB RAM system), so CPU speed has not a big impact. I'd say it makes no
sense to compare different systems.
> The static pages work fine, the dynamic module gets executed, but for
> some reason it fails to open the postlog file and to spawn the spec
> utility tasks at reset time.
the newest TUX code chroots into docroot, so you should either use "/" as
the docroot, or put /lib libraries into your docroot.
> I'll make an alpha release of X15 available for download by the end of
> next week, so people will be able to test it independently.
(will source code be available so we can see whether it's an apples to
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