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Re: benchmarks?



Stephen C. Tweedie wrote:

> Benchmarks are useful tools, but once you've seen more than one or two
> you rapidly learn not to trust them.  Keeping all the data in memory
> and never writing to disk, for example, is a filesystem strategy which
> gives the best benchmarks for dbench, but which is unlikely to be what
> the user wants in real life.  :-)

So THAT'S why I keep having to reinstall the OS and all my apps every
time I reboot the machine... I thought it was just because I was running
Windows.

Craig





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