[syslog-ng]SMP RH7.1

jamie rishaw jamie@playboy.com
Wed, 5 Sep 2001 14:43:41 -0500

On Wed, Sep 05, 2001 at 03:15:22PM -0400, Christopher_Leonardos@triumph.com wrote:
> I have two DELL 2450 Server's, each with 2 1Ghz Processors, 2GB of RAM, and
> two pairs of 36GB mirrored drives on a PErc 3/si RAID Controller running RH
> 7.1 with a SMP Kernel
> Question:  Will I really get any additional performance from the extra
> processor using SYSLOG-NG?

If you think it's about "performance", you're probably looking to save in
the wrong areas.

syslog-ng is a robust, highly configurable syslog replacement for those
who don't get along with stock syslogd's.

jamie rishaw <jamie@playboy.com>
sr. wan/unix engineer/ninja // playboy enterprises inc.
[opinions stated are mine, and are not necessarily those of the bunny]

"UNIX was not designed to stop people from doing stupid things, because
 that would also stop them from doing clever things." -- Doug Gwyn