According to this link, one guy can see process forking on Solaris just by looking at the output on the command line. That clearly shows some problem. The Solaris developer tries to debug and find the issue, but there is never any conclusion. The solaris developer just say "we have not focused on doing small things, maybe Linux is faster on this" and then tries to debug the problem. But the guy who reported the bug stops posting in the list. So we dont know what the problem was.
But I have never claimed that Solaris is faster than Linux on everything. Actually, I wrote that Linux may be faster on small workloads, but when we increase the workload to many cores, then Linux suffers and I gave proof to SAP official benchmarks.
But that was a good link, Kraftman. Continue like that. Find links from Solaris developers, and I will most probably accept your links.