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  1. So, good news for gaming. The threaded I/O...

    So, good news for gaming.

    The threaded I/O test however keeps showing a regression for kernels > 3.12, but with a compilation time that is almost equal across the different kernel versions.
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  2. This. (including the windowzian KDE and the...

    This.

    (including the windowzian KDE and the latest OSX)
  3. Same here (at least until I get a Broadwell...

    Same here (at least until I get a Broadwell laptop)... but I want to try to backport TCP auto-corking :p
  4. 3.13...

    3.13 http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=linux3_linux313_kernel&num=2

    and 3.14 http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=linux_314_hdd&num=2
  5. "The Linux 3.14 Kernel Has Been Released With...

    "The Linux 3.14 Kernel Has Been Released With Great Features".

    Okay, and the performance regressions found in 3.13 and 3.14 ? Have they been fixed?
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    Cinnamon is actively maintained...

    Cinnamon is actively maintained https://github.com/linuxmint/Cinnamon/commits/master and version 2 has several features not included in Gnome (the one I can't live without is the ability of changing...
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    Gnome, KDE, window managers... since I moved to...

    Gnome, KDE, window managers... since I moved to Cinnamon I never looked back.
  8. I know the difference. BFQ has been around...

    I know the difference.

    BFQ has been around since 2008 (http://lwn.net/Articles/275978/) and I've been using it since the days of zen-kernel.
  9. Add me too. Been using it for years, works...

    Add me too.

    Been using it for years, works great on my old & new laptops.
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    And it wouldn't hurt if Phoronix actually kept...

    And it wouldn't hurt if Phoronix actually kept track of the various regressions found in 3.13 and 3.14 (and before?)
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    The Postmark benchmark on this Solid State Hybrid...

    The Postmark benchmark on this Solid State Hybrid disk shows no differences between 3.14 and previous kernels, but for the SSD you tested a couple of days ago it showed a large slowdown in...
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    In 3.13 they changed the kernel's block layer...

    In 3.13 they changed the kernel's block layer which could explain the regressions. I hoped to see at least an improvement in 3.14 over 3.13 (compile bench etc), but it looks like that is not the...
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    And it keeps regressing......

    And it keeps regressing... http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=linux_313fs_hdd&num=4
  14. "Interestingly this system does not show any...

    "Interestingly this system does not show any Linux 3.13 disk/block regression like we have seen on other systems with this new kernel".

    And yet 3.13 sucks on that system too, when compared to 3.12.
  15. Ok, but what about the performance regressions...

    Ok, but what about the performance regressions (here and here) found in kernel 3.13 ? Are we getting those as a bonus in 3.14 ?
  16. So, an important performance fix for RadeonSI......

    So, an important performance fix for RadeonSI... plus some important performance regressions (here and here). Nice...
  17. Whoa, the block layer regressed, Haswell cpus...

    Whoa, the block layer regressed, Haswell cpus regressed... 3.13 sounds less and less desirable each passing day.
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    Benchmarks of kernel 3.13 with and without bfq...

    Benchmarks of kernel 3.13 with and without bfq and bfs (or: are these patchsets still needed with 3.13 ?), and an update about the current regression.
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    Since the multiqueue block layer in kernel 3.13...

    Since the multiqueue block layer in kernel 3.13 has reportedly increased system performance/responsiveness under I/O load, it would be very interesting to see benchmarks of 3.13 with and without BFS...
  20. While I'm glad about the reported "notable...

    While I'm glad about the reported "notable improvement in responsiveness under I/O load", I hope it doesn't take too long to fix the regressions. These in particular are not new to rc7 and have been...
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