On Tue, 4 Dec 2001, Marcelo Tosatti wrote:
> Yes, throughtput-only tests will have their numbers degradated with the
> change applied on 2.4.16-pre2.
> The whole thing is just about tradeoffs: Interactivity vs throughtput.
> I'm not going to destroy interactivity for end users to get beatiful
> dbench numbers.
> And about your clients: Don't you think they want some kind of
> decent latency on their side?
It depends on the machine. For a server the thing you need to feed clients
is throughput. I don't see how feeding the data slower is going to be GOOD
for latency. Particularly servers which push a lot of data, like mail and
news or certain web sites, need to push it now.
Latency is more of an issue for end user machines.
-- bill davidsen <email@example.com> CTO, TMR Associates, Inc Doing interesting things with little computers since 1979.
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