Re: dmesg for 6.8-release on Pine A64+ 1GB (Arm64)

2020-10-20 Thread stolen data
> A contrived test of network performance, using httpd(8) to serve a > large file from an mfs ramdisk over plain http, yields about 175 mbit/s > sustained transfer speed. I was not expecting to reach even 100 mbit/s > so this was a positive surprise, even if it's nowhere near the full > gigabit

Re: dmesg for 6.8-release on Pine A64+ 1GB (Arm64)

2020-10-19 Thread Stuart Longland
On 19/10/20 2:20 am, pipus wrote: > maybe no need to ruin the 6.8 release with a mention of linux,"other > unfinished broken operating systems" might be better as a reference point? :) A "finished" OS is one that's no longer being maintained, sitting on old media quietly bit-rotting away to

Re: dmesg for 6.8-release on Pine A64+ 1GB (Arm64)

2020-10-19 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2020-10-18, pipus wrote: > maybe no need to ruin the 6.8 release with a mention of linux,"other > unfinished broken operating systems" might be better as a reference point? :) No need to ruin a report and useful observations with a comment like this which doesn't help anybody. OpenBSD is

Re: dmesg for 6.8-release on Pine A64+ 1GB (Arm64)

2020-10-18 Thread pipus
maybe no need to ruin the 6.8 release with a mention of linux,"other unfinished broken operating systems" might be better as a reference point? :) Sent with ProtonMail Secure Email. ‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐ On Sunday, 18 October 2020 18:02, stolen data wrote: > 6.8 seems to work OK

dmesg for 6.8-release on Pine A64+ 1GB (Arm64)

2020-10-18 Thread stolen data
6.8 seems to work OK on the Arm64 Pine A64+ with 1GB RAM. Some observations: OpenBSD sees 896MB of RAM and makes only 838MB available. When running Debian Linux on the exact same board the available RAM *after boot* is 994MB, a difference of more than 150MB. Perhaps this can be improved by