PostgreSQL 9.3 benchmarks
dragonflybsd at marino.st
Wed Mar 12 09:06:23 PDT 2014
On 3/12/2014 16:42, Freddie Cash wrote:
> Every 6-8 months or so, someone benchmarks PostgreSQL on FreeBSD,
> usually on massively-multi-core machines (32+ cores/threads). And those
> graphs almost always show increases in performance with each release of
> FreeBSD (default install), and larger increases with small changes to
> sysctls and PostgreSQL config.
> Searching through the archives for the -stable and/or -current mailing
> lists should pull up the configuration details.
> This Google search shows several threads from 2011, 2012, and 2013 on
> this subject (including graphs comparing FreeBSD, DragonflyBSD, and Linux):
Okay, I so followed your link and picked this one from the search results:
So that's 2013, and clearly tons of good work has gone into producing
the slide deck.
However, it's a 4-core machine he used. It seems to me that this
hardware is apples to oranges to what Francois used. Am I wrong? Is
there a better, more recent benchmark from FreeBSD with a more
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