System Calls In Apache (Linux) vs IIS (Windows)

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

System calls for Apache

Followed by: IIS

System calls for 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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  1. As G-WAN outperforms Apache and IIS by orders of magnitude in performances (for both static and dynamic contents) and footprint (the 100 KB G-WAN is a *native* Web App. Server offering full ANSI C scripts) it would be interesting to see the same graph applied to G-WAN.

    G-WAN is available on Linux and Windows (where it beats IIS-7.0-nested-in-the-Windows-kernel).