Re: Don't see much difference between i386 vs amd64
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where are you getting those numbers from?
BogoMIPS is information from your CPU, and they don't mean anything.
Which is why they are "Bogo" or Bogus.
"Unix is user friendly, Its just picky about its friends."
On Wed, 8 Sep 2004, Mario Bertrand wrote:
I have successfully install debian with sid-amd64-monolithic.iso on my
second ide (+kernel 2.6.8-3) and I don't see much difference in the
performance vs i386 sarge (+kernel 2.6.8-1) on my first ide. It is
normal? Should I expect more? Someone told me that I should buy a new
hard drive with more cache (8M) to take benefit of faster cpu.
hda - 2048k cache - 3923.96 BogoMIPS / i386
hdb - 69k cache - 3932.16 "" / amd64
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