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  • trasz
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    It could be useful to redo those benchmarks properly - without building software in a wrong way, with messed up compiler flags and options - and then compare the results with the one published with Phoronix.

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  • greyseek3r
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    OpenBSD has turned off SMT due to L1TF (thanks Intel!). So I assume the performance impact would be great.

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  • onlyLinuxLuvUBack
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    Originally posted by Steffo View Post
    I would be interested in file system benchmarks: OpenZFS vs. Btrfs vs. Ext4 vs. XFS vs. bcachefs
    Amen,
    Like a filer server fs performance benchmark with odroid hc4 running linux ?

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  • kylew77
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    Originally posted by k1e0x View Post

    It might be interesting to see, but keep in mind OpenBSD does not focus performance like FreeBSD does. I don't think it's going to win any races.
    Yes I know OpenBSD isn't as tuned for SMT like FreeBSD and Linux. The 6.8 release announcements and stuff I've read on Reddit showed that 6.8 made some major speedups compared to 6.7 though so I am curious to see the performance impact between 6.7 and 6.8

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  • k1e0x
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    Originally posted by kylew77 View Post
    How come OpenBSD was not tested? Michael said it booted and installed fine on the motherboard/CPU combo. Are the test results forthcoming? As always appreciate the *BSD tests, only place I know on the Internet that does *BSD benchmarking.
    It might be interesting to see, but keep in mind OpenBSD does not focus performance like FreeBSD does. I don't think it's going to win any races.

    Curious about the Postgres tests with ZFS. Assuming these are untuned ZFS. ZFS should be tuned for optimal postgres performance, when done, they are very fast together..

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  • schamberg97
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    What I wonder is why FreeBSD was not tested with UFS as well. Clearly Ubuntu is less performant with ZFS, so why should we expect FreeBSD with ZFS to perform as well as Ubuntu on ext4?

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  • lsatenstein
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    Children at play

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  • kylew77
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    How come OpenBSD was not tested? Michael said it booted and installed fine on the motherboard/CPU combo. Are the test results forthcoming? As always appreciate the *BSD tests, only place I know on the Internet that does *BSD benchmarking.

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  • Jabberwocky
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    Originally posted by cen1 View Post
    Considering much smaller community and funds, FreeBSD doing pretty well.
    I admire the effort. I'm content with not being able to get early hardware support for non-standard systems, or not being able to run docker natively.

    I got really annoyed to the point where I stopped using FreeBSD due to unexpected proactive paging via pagedaemon. I did not have any issues prior to FreeBSD 10.

    The performance aspect isn't bad. I would be happy with the benchmark results. I'm really missing simplicity of the OS.

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  • Steffo
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    I would be interested in file system benchmarks: OpenZFS vs. Btrfs vs. Ext4 vs. XFS vs. bcachefs

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