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On 01/19/12 13:22, Matt Connor wrote:
> On 19.01.2012 13:15, Nick Sayer wrote:
>> I have a VPS at rootbsd.net, and have been running 8.2-RELEASE
>> with a XENHVM kernel with a patch to fix the 'do something smart'
>> panic in if_xn. I fetched the 9.0-RELEASE source tree and built a
>> kernel to try and it worked without any muss or fuss. I did the
>> rest of the upgrade and it's working just fine, so far as I can
>> And there was much
> Same here at ssdnodes.com - we pulled the new source tree, rebuilt
> with our modified XENHVM and haven't had any issues so far.
> We had many tweaks in /etc/sysctl.conf to improve throughput for
> the 8.2-RELEASE, the 9.0-RELEASE systems still remained snappy
> after the tweaks were removed.
What kinds of tweaks are needed? (i.e. should we make them the defaults?)
Xin LI <delp...@delphij.net> https://www.delphij.net/
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