Originally Posted by Thetargos
$ uname -a
Linux sams.computer 126.96.36.199-85.fc7 #1 SMP Fri Sep 21 19:53:05 EDT 2007 i686 athlon i386 GNU/Linux
$ grep HZ /boot/config-188.8.131.52-85.fc7
# CONFIG_HZ_100 is not set
# CONFIG_HZ_250 is not set
# CONFIG_HZ_300 is not set
I'm sure I saw the option just yesterday afternoon when I was creating a custom config (using menuconfig) using the stock configuration as a template (for precisely 184.108.40.206-85.fc7) I'm not sure, then if 220.127.116.11-91.fc7 does so.
Aaahhh... Now this is strange. The CONFIG_NO_HZ option supposedly turns the kernel into tickless (it is not present in the x86_64 kernel, there are still issues with tickless and x86_64), I don't know why is the CONFIG_HZ_1000 still set as 'y', though.
I haven't read the article, but this sounds a bit like rubbing salt on the wounds. hehehe. :D
Only ONE Game?
Am I the only one to notice that they only used 1 game to compare Linux Vs Windows? Is this because someone got too lazy to test others (like the Doom3 they did the initial Linux SLI review with) or because the numbers did not promote Windows? I have just finished setting up my Linux SLI system - and will do some personal testing, and may even post some results... but this seems like very poor reporting to me.
If you are going to test and compare, Do it right. I have seen major performance differences like those just from going from XP to XP SP2! OR even from one driver to the next!
I am sorry that my first post on this forum is not a positive one, but no one else mentioned the obvious... ONE game is not PROVING anything.
Holy thread resurrection grave digging :D
Sorry bout that; was looking for info on the whole SLI in Linux bit... came across this article... despised it, and replied... didn't think to check the date on it.
Originally Posted by RealNC
So what about your tests?
Has SLI performance increased on Linux?
I am planning on going for SLI :)