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Re: Gentoo Linux faster app-load than (Mandrake|Fedora)

On Thu, 2003-10-09 at 05:33, Milan Kerslager wrote:
> Hi,
> I just read http://www.gentoo.org/main/en/performance.xml
> I'm clear that this test is not fair as there is no same free RAM
> initial condition (and no same apps and components loaded), but still
> feeling that we need to make more for usable desktop (ie. loading time
> is important here).
> What I would like to make sure is that Fedora developers take an eye on
> this to not shoot down this new project 1 day after release.
> I really dislike this sort of unfair PR that avoid importatnt
> objectivity but what we can do more than check our reserves...

What is somewhat amusing about the test is that the one major 
advantage of the Gentoo approach is that you *could* create two
otherwise identical systems except for compiler flags quite easily,
something that would be fairly hard with more conventional 

But the tester hasn't (as far as I can see) done this, and just
jumps to the conclusion that compiler flags are responsible for the
major speed differences.


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