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What Linux can learn from Solaris performance and vice-versa

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SCaLE12x keynote (2014). Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TYC5h4yz1o. What Linux can learn from Solaris performance and vice-versa.

SCaLE12x keynote (2014). Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TYC5h4yz1o. What Linux can learn from Solaris performance and vice-versa.

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  • lsoundarya lsoundarya I want more presentation in advance topics...i like this presentation.. 1 week ago
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  • kaishiden1 Kai Shiden, Assistant Technical Consultant at A-HOST Co., Ltd. Is this Solaris Friendship is Magic? Please stop. 1 month ago
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  • DavidVomLehn David VomLehn, Linux Kernel Consultant (focus on satellite systems) at VomLehn and Associates On slide 50: 'On Linux, mallo() may never fail'. Confusing, in part because the word 'may' can mean both 'is not allowed to' or 'there is the possibility of'. In either case, this is incorrect.So, user space code using malloc() should still always check for NULL.

    Zones look quite a bit like cgroups, and cgroups grew a bit out of control. Fortunately, this seems to be an area of significant work.

    Slide 73: Wrong about what the defaults are in general, but correct for the kernel. Stack backtrace has been an area of personal interest for a long time, especially on MIPS. Frameless backtrace in the kernel is not yet a solved issue but use of frame carries a clear performance penalty.

    All in all, quite a nice presentation. Linux bigots, such as myself, should go to school on this.
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  • dmuth1 Douglas Muth, Software Engineer I love the sudden appearance of ponies starting on slide 80. 1 month ago
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  • craigtreptow Craig Treptow, Senior Programmer Analyst at IMT Insurance FYI - time perl -e 'for (1..100_000_000) { $s = 'SCaLE12x' }' 1 month ago
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