Re: improving ssh2 performance on SPARCv8/SPARCv9 systems
I run a SS20, even though it support -mv8, I am against doing anything
that boxes out version 7 machines. One of the coolest things about linux
ports is that they allow you to do practically amazing things on machines
that may have just been collecting dust otherwise.
On Thu, 21 Mar 2002, Robert Waldner wrote:
> On Thu, 21 Mar 2002 01:59:18 EST, Ben Collins writes:
> >Even if I make the v8 change, your machine will still be supported. v8
> >includes sun4m (ss5/ss10/ss20/ssLX class systems), sun4d, and sun4u.
> >It would effectively kill off ss1/ss2/IPC class systems.
> I don't think I would be the only one saddened by this (now that my SS1
> finally runs).
> Besides, if I have a performance problem with a particular app, what's
> so bad about `apt-get source foo` and compiling myself?
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> -- accent makes people sound truly stupid. - John M Dow
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