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Fedora Server 35 Performance Looking Good - Initial Benchmarks With Intel Xeon Ice Lake

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    Phoronix: Fedora Server 35 Performance Looking Good - Initial Benchmarks With Intel Xeon Ice Lake

    Given this week's release of Fedora 35 Beta I have begun my benchmarking to look at how this next installment of Fedora Linux is shaping up given that it tends to be at the forefront of open-source innovations given Red Hat's investments. For our initial F35 benchmarking is looking at the Fedora Server 35 Beta performance compared to Fedora 35 on a dual Intel Xeon Platinum 8380 server.

    https://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=30571

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    For our initial F35 benchmarking is looking at the Fedora Server 35 Beta performance compared to Fedora 35 on a dual Intel Xeon Platinum 8380 server.
    Should presumably be, "compared to Fedora 34".

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    • #3
      The radial graph shows Fedora 35b Apache HTTPD with the lowest performance, yet the actual benchmark shows the opposite. Looks like there's a bug in the way the radial graph handles that test's concept of what is higher performance, ie more/less.

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      • #4
        Those are some impressive gains on a single version increase! Ten percent in some benchmarks. What's driving such improvements?

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