"Claims of speed hikes of up to 1,000 per cent are being made by
developers Linus Torvalds and Andrew Morton, both of the Open
Software Development Lab, for the Linux 2.6 kernel.
"You could be forgiven for being sceptical. To be fair, though,
it's also been reported that the main claim for the kernel's
improved I/O scheduling can increase database workload processing
by as much as 15 per cent..."
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