> Post your kernel configs, or better yet, do a diff -u between > the 5.0-R and the 5.1-C kernel configs. I bet dime to dollar > you've got some debugging options enabled in the 5.1-C > config. At the very least you haven't remove the debugging > options from your malloc options.
*frown* The 5.0 development machine is running GENERIC. Being that we never customized the kernel, we don't have a backup copy of it. I can say since I'd have been the one to change it, that the only differences between GENERIC and what we put into service is that we always remove the device listings for things we don't have any use for, like ISA nic's and such. I almost never change any of the other features. If 5.1-C has debugging on by default then , yes, I'd concur that we have those features turned on. However the production machine was 4.8-R when we noticed the problem. From what it sounds, it should have been faster due to that fact. The only thing that's been constant in this situation is that the development machine hasn't changed. Everything I've done has been trying to change variables on the production machine to either match or surpass the development to bring it up to it's speed. Roadmap for the production machine so far: Upgrade apache/php to newest in ports. Add RAM Upgrade OS to 5.1 from 4.8, reinstall every package in pkg_info Update apache to 2.X from 1.3.X & reinstall php as is required Swap network interfaces between the two onboard ones Swap ethernet cables with the development machine Swap ethernet ports with the development machine John Straiton jks@ clickcom.com Clickcom, Inc 704-365-9970x101 _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"