OK, I changed that, thanks for your feedback, my assumption was something
like "with bhyve it took the 106% of the time it took with VMWare", but
probably the approach of "bhyve being 6% slower" is clearer.


On Tue, Jan 28, 2014 at 12:27 PM, Łukasz Wąsikowski
<luk...@wasikowski.net>wrote:

> W dniu 2014-01-28 12:18, Andrea Brancatelli pisze:
>
> > We did a very rough comparison betweend BHyVe and VMWare ESXi. Maybe you
> > want to give it a read and let me know if I did write a bunch of sh!t :-)
> >
> >
> http://andrea.brancatelli.it/2014/01/28/freebsd-10-0-bhyve-vmware-esxi-5-5-comparison/
> >
> > I must say I'm very pleased with BHyVe performances! Very good work!!
> >
> > Thanks for your time.
>
> You've wrote:
>
>
>     BHyVe took 332 seconds
>     VMWare took 313 seconds
>
> The difference is about 106.7%.
>
> I think that the correct conclusion should state: if we assume VMware's
> time as a reference than BHyVe was 6.7% slower (not 106.7%). And it
> should be 6,41% really :)
>
> --
> best regards,
> Lukasz Wasikowski
>



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