freeBSD-Current vs openBSD-Current is also unfair:
you are not new to the BSD scene so you should know that openBSD will never be cutting-edge due to
the code-review process.
Actually the fair comparison would be branch based.
Scott Ullrich wrote:
> This test is unfair. Try testing FreeBSD -CURRENT against OpenBSD
> -CURRENT so that the whole picture is clear. A LOT of work has been
> ongoing in FreeBSD-7-CURRENT and its performance may surprise you.
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