[Wolves] HURD

David Goodwin dg at clocksoft.com
Mon Feb 7 11:17:26 GMT 2005

> hurd runs quite well.  The is the rewritten kernels that should run like
> stink (for micro kernels) in a couple of years.  These are real cutting
> edge and are what was planned for HURD when it started in 90.  On modern
> hardware the microkernel approach is a winner, memory access and io is
> so fast a microkernel can do posix interprocess communications as fast
> as linux did just a couple of years ago.

How does it compare to linux as of today however? (or has linux itself 
become slower over time?)

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