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  • Fedora 21's Performance Is Close To Ubuntu 14.10

    Phoronix: Fedora 21's Performance Is Close To Ubuntu 14.10

    Fedora 21 is due out in a few days and as such I've been busy extensively testing and benchmarking this first Fedora Linux update in a year. To not much surprise given the close package versions to Ubuntu 14.10, Fedora 21 isn't performing very differently from the Ubuntu Utopic Unicorn...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTg1Mzc

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    Are there any programms that use heavily /tmp ? if so fedora default should be (much) faster with this programs or at least it could speed them up much because of the tmpfs that fedora uses and ubuntu not.

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      It looks systemd didn't help much to Fidora

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        Originally posted by edmon View Post
        It looks systemd didn't help much to Fidora
        1. systemd isnt primary about speed improvements

        2. have somebody messured boot time, when it would have helped speedwise then there.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by edmon View Post
          It looks systemd didn't help much to Fidora
          None of those benchmarks has anything to do with systemd.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by blackiwid View Post
            Are there any programms that use heavily /tmp ? if so fedora default should be (much) faster with this programs or at least it could speed them up much because of the tmpfs that fedora uses and ubuntu not.
            In theory it speeds up shutdown as distros that have /tmp on hard disk need to recursively delete every file from there. The other option is to do this cleanup at system startup. With /tmp as tmpfs files are gone on power cycle with no actions required

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