Slightly more time was needed to compile software under Open64 5.0 compared to Open64 4.2.4.
There are a few performance regressions in select benchmarks with Open64 5.0, but overall there was a slight performance improvement and quite a noticeable improvement in some compute tests. When using the "bdver1" compiler optimization flags, however, there was not any greater improvement in Open64 5.0 relative to the stock CFLAGS/CXXFLAGS.
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