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NetBSD, OpenBSD, *BSD and FreeBSD compared

NetBSD, OpenBSD, *BSD and FreeBSD compared

I recall reading a comparison of NetBSD and FreeBSD a few years back, and in 2000 (okay many) it looked like NetBSD forked processes better, while FreeBSD threaded better, and so, for Apache 1 NetBSD seemed a little better.

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Guest [Entry]

Are you looking for something like this?
Guest [Entry]

"Wikipedia has an entire article devoted to the comparison of the *BSDs.

Here is a good kernel trap article comparing NetBSD to FreeBSD.

And here's another straight from the FreeBSD website."