[Zachary Copley <email@example.com>] Re: [!CrackMonkey!] [firstname.lastname@example.org: CrackMonkey unsubscribe notification]
carton at Ivy.NET
Tue Jun 4 18:57:31 PDT 2002
>>>>> "zc" == Zachary Copley <snatcher at bearfountain.com> writes:
zc> You dumb ass. You don't know what the F you're talking about.
zc> Darwin is a fucking monolithic kernel.
Bend over a little further, you sheeplike anklegrabbing zealot. If
you'd ``done your homework'' by reading the comments section a little
more carefully, you'd realize that Darwin and L4Linux are both
microkernels. It's true that neither makes much use of protected
memory, because they both represent the microkernel camp's failing
last-gasp efforts to avoid the performance problems by perverting
their original design.
``Oh, we don't care about memory protection and debugging any more.
In fact we never cared about that. Oceania was always at war with,
uh, I mean what we really care about is, uhhh, high-speed message
passing between, uh, i mean, pluggable modular without rebooting oh
damn, i mean clean object-oriented, uh, fuck me. Well look, it's only
a 10% performance penalty, so long as you don't try to use a real CPU
like an Alpha good god don't try that!, and we get to keep our jobs,
so, uh, everybody wins. Right? Folks?''
But, if you call Darwin a monolithic kernel, then you need to shut the
fuck up about the ``second-generation'' microkernels like L4Linux,
because according to you those are monolithic, too.
Until you can get these basic facts right, no one will take you
seriously. Don't embarrass yourself any further. Go back to
refreshing your Versiontracker page and sucking on your cute wittle
mowse. And don't waste any more of our time. This is Crackmonkey,
and you're clearly not up to the challenge of posting.
Having a slow TCP stack is sort of like being short or having a small
penis. In a perfect world one should eventually get over it, but in
reality, not gonna happen.
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