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Default Cacti performance OBSD vs. CentOS

I'm trying to get all the Linux out of my life, but the one sticking point still getting to me is my Cacti installation. Time and again, CentOS works fine in terms of response and performance for Cacti while OBSD runs it horribly slow.

I've tried tweaking MYSQL and Apache, but to no avail.

I was just wondering if anyone else who runs Cacti has been able to do so successfully on OBSD.

And... no, it's not a hardware issue. I've literally used the same piece of hardware with both OS's and gotten the same devastating results.
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