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Date:      Fri, 1 May 2020 11:21:56 +0200
From:      Matthias Gamsjager <mgamsjager@gmail.com>
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: FreeBSD-speedometer?
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On Fri, 1 May 2020 at 10:29, Christoph Kukulies <kuku@kukulies.org> wrote:

> I=E2=80=99m wondering whether there is some kind of performance meter for=
 FreeBSD
> to give the hardware some kind of rating.
> I=E2=80=99m compiling virtualbox-ose now from sources and it lasts alread=
y half a
> day.
>
> I=E2=80=99m running on an SSD with a 2 core AMD64 2GHz Athlon on an ASRoc=
k board.
> Has come into age of course but
> would be nice if one could compare and get an idea what is possible today
> (e.g. make buildworld times, but better to figure out before having to ru=
n
> make buildworld :)
>
> =E2=80=94
> Christoph
>

  We have binary package so you don't have to compile your self.
Of course it is a choice to compile everything but why would you want to do
that on a small machine?

If you really want to see how fast it could go. Spin up a machine on AWS
with the memory and CPUs you would compare it to.



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