[Cdrecord-support] mkisofs read performance with joliet option
"Thommy M. Malmström"
thommym at at-hardeberga.com
Sun Jan 7 16:25:48 CET 2007
> On Sun, 7 Jan 2007, Joerg Schilling wrote:
>> Res <res at ausics.net> wrote:
>>> On Sun, 7 Jan 2007, Joerg Schilling wrote:
>>>> I recommend to test again on a modern OS like Solaris and
>>> why would he do a stupid thing like that?
>>> Oh thats right your dislike of linux, get over it.
>>> you know you are almost as bad as the postfix trolls...
>>> oh and btw, the last time i tested slowaris, i couldnt get it out my data
>>> center fast enough and it wont be returning whilst i authorise staff
>>> paychecks, it doesnt cut it as well as slackware (at least)
>> Non-fact based decisions don't help.
>> Try to inform yourself about reality and judge again...
> your wrong, very fact based, so sorry you cant handle that fact
> /me passes you a carton of tissues
> my opinion is unbiast, im not paid by sun.
> by the way dont fuckin spam me from your troll account either
> only sore ass lamers do childish things like that.
> but cant expect much more from a
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What do the subject of speed on a particular OS has to do with this group?
But if you want to checkup how Solaris is doing performance vise, have a
So, Res keep the tissues, you might need them...
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