System Calls In Apache (Linux) vs IIS (Windows)
Mattias Geniar, Sunday, November 9, 2008 - last modified: Sunday, November 2, 2008
The following 2 pictures show a clear difference in system calls between a Linux' Apache, and a Windows' IIS. Draw your own conclusions. :-)
First up: Apache.
System calls for Apache
Followed by: IIS
System calls for IIS
They both seem chaotic, but the Apache one shows a lot more structure than the IIS one, which seems to be tangled up in its own web.
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