DragonFlyBSD, CentOS, Ubuntu, Solaris Benchmarks
Phoronix: DragonFlyBSD, CentOS, Ubuntu, Solaris Benchmarks
For your viewing pleasure today are benchmarks of the DragonFlyBSD, Ubuntu, CentOS, Oracle Solaris Express, and OpenIndiana operating systems.
What is the point of these system benchmarks when you're not using the same compiler? More than anything you are comparing GCC 4.47, GCC 4.46, GCC 4.52, GCC 4.3.3 against eachother.
So what we learn is: Use CentOS, drop Dumbuntu.
Yeah, I noticed that too... I had always assumed that CentOS was the old/slow/reliable distro for people who didn't want to pay for RedHat Enterprise... at least that was my experience at my previous work place.
Originally Posted by Cthulhux
can we have some tests comparing debian with the other debian-based distros?
I am very curious to see what those distros fix and break from the original branch.
ofc this is a opportunity to ask other similar test for slack-based, redhat distros, arch-based, etc.
i am looking forward for those benchmarks
And whos fault is that? It's the BSD and Solaris devs who refuse to use more advance compilers cause their pimps M$ and apple didn't like software compiled by a GPLv3 compiler.
Originally Posted by XorEaxEax
So what Michael is testing is what you get from these software due to the decisions of their devs.
I agree. I especially want more test of Debian GNU/Linux vs Debian GNU/Kfreebsd to emphasize to poeple the amount of time and effort wasted by Debian in helping and using BSD.
Originally Posted by Yorgos
You see that Kfreebsd is always slower then Linux version.
Actually it is System V which always has been proprietary.
Originally Posted by BSD BullShitDistro
OpenIndiana has a new feature which could possibly trick some benchmarks: https://www.illumos.org/issues/3236 I wonder if this is the reason for the rather astonishing difference between OpenIndiana and Snoracle Solaris in the Threaded I/O benchmark.