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Old 20th August 2012
barti barti is offline
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Default Weeks of searching and no answer yet - is openbsd performance good for web server ?

After weeks of searching and I can't find the answer - is openbsd performance good enough for web server ?

I see many say that freebsd is far better in performance but some say that the
new versions of openbsd are also good in performance.

It is for a news site, might have some high loads.

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