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  • Initial Benchmarks Of CentOS 8.0 & CentOS Stream On Intel Xeon / AMD EPYC

    Phoronix: Initial Benchmarks Of CentOS 8.0 & CentOS Stream On Intel Xeon / AMD EPYC

    With this week's release of the much anticipated CentOS 8.0 as the community/free rebuild of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 as well as the surprise announcement of the bleeding-edge, rolling-release CentOS Stream, we have begun benchmarking these enterprise Linux distribution releases. Up today are our first tests of CentOS 7.7 against CentOS 8.0 and the early CentOS Stream state on Intel Xeon Cascadelake and AMD EPYC Rome servers.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=28297

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    Nice article!
    Though it would be interesting to check how much better the cpu-scheduler and other internals that would affect the newer Intel Cascade Lake+ and Epycs relate to the performance increase!
    F.eks you could run like 10 parallel X264 instances or 10 paralell x265 instances to fully saturate all the cores show the delta between the old 3.10 kernel and the newer verisons..

    /TE

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    • #3
      Thanks!
      Actually this justifies moving to C8 for my endeavors, so this article is a big help!

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      • #4
        Thanks Michael for the wonderful benchmark comparison article Would be interesting as a following up to compare Linux 5.3+ Kernel CentOS 7.7 vs Linux 5.3+ CentOS 8.0 benchmarks to see how they compare to 3.10 and 4.18 Linux Kernels respectively

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