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Benchmarks Of Ubuntu 17.04 Beta vs. Antergos, Clear Linux, openSUSE Tumbleweed

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  • aufkrawall
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    I think it would be better if all distributions were tested with the same filesystem to achieve apples to apples comparisons. Probably ext4.

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  • starshipeleven
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    Originally posted by polarathene View Post
    Might have been interesting to see openSUSE Leap along with Tumbleweed there for a distro that has both static(is that the correct term?) and rolling releases.
    I've seen it called "frozen" releases. As the releases happen after code "freezes" (i.e. only patches of stability and security can get in) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freeze...re_engineering)

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by nesnomis View Post
    This could be a clue about the missing results in openSUSE:

    pts/sqlite-1.9.0:
    Test Installation 1 of 22
    2 Files Needed [2 MB]
    Downloading: sqlite-autoconf-3081002.tar.gz [1.95MB]
    Downloading .................................................. .............................................
    Download Failed: https://www.sqlite.org/2015/sqlite-a...3081002.tar.gz
    Downloading of needed test files failed.

    pts/fs-mark-1.0.1:
    Test Installation 2 of 22
    1 File Needed [0.01 MB]
    Downloading: fs_mark-3.3.tar.gz [0.01MB]
    Downloading .................................................. .............................................
    File Not Found: http://download2.polytechnic.edu.na/...ark-3.3.tar.gz
    Attempting to download from alternate mirror.
    Downloading: fs_mark-3.3.tar.gz [0.01MB]
    Downloading .................................................. .............................................
    Installation Size: 1 MB
    Installing Test @ 08:45:56
    The installer exited with a non-zero exit status.
    ERROR: collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
    LOG: ~/.phoronix-test-suite/installed-tests/pts/fs-mark-1.0.1/install-failed.log

    pts/encode-mp3-1.5.0:
    Test Installation 15 of 22
    1 File Needed [1.38 MB / 1 Minute]
    Downloading: lame-3.99.3.tar.gz [1.38MB]
    Estimated Download Time: 1m .................................................. .............................
    File Not Found: http://heanet.dl.sourceforge.net/sou...-3.99.3.tar.gz
    Attempting to download from alternate mirror.
    Downloading: lame-3.99.3.tar.gz [1.38MB]
    Estimated Download Time: 1m .................................................. .............................
    Download Failed: http://superb-sea2.dl.sourceforge.ne...-3.99.3.tar.gz
    Downloading of needed test files failed.
    I use a Phoromatic Server cache on the LAN so never run into 404s / missing files and also much faster than downloading from the web each time... The openSUSE Runtime failures were due to dependency issues.

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  • nesnomis
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    This could be a clue about the missing results in openSUSE:

    pts/sqlite-1.9.0:
    Test Installation 1 of 22
    2 Files Needed [2 MB]
    Downloading: sqlite-autoconf-3081002.tar.gz [1.95MB]
    Downloading .................................................. .............................................
    Download Failed: https://www.sqlite.org/2015/sqlite-a...3081002.tar.gz
    Downloading of needed test files failed.

    pts/fs-mark-1.0.1:
    Test Installation 2 of 22
    1 File Needed [0.01 MB]
    Downloading: fs_mark-3.3.tar.gz [0.01MB]
    Downloading .................................................. .............................................
    File Not Found: http://download2.polytechnic.edu.na/...ark-3.3.tar.gz
    Attempting to download from alternate mirror.
    Downloading: fs_mark-3.3.tar.gz [0.01MB]
    Downloading .................................................. .............................................
    Installation Size: 1 MB
    Installing Test @ 08:45:56
    The installer exited with a non-zero exit status.
    ERROR: collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
    LOG: ~/.phoronix-test-suite/installed-tests/pts/fs-mark-1.0.1/install-failed.log

    pts/encode-mp3-1.5.0:
    Test Installation 15 of 22
    1 File Needed [1.38 MB / 1 Minute]
    Downloading: lame-3.99.3.tar.gz [1.38MB]
    Estimated Download Time: 1m .................................................. .............................
    File Not Found: http://heanet.dl.sourceforge.net/sou...-3.99.3.tar.gz
    Attempting to download from alternate mirror.
    Downloading: lame-3.99.3.tar.gz [1.38MB]
    Estimated Download Time: 1m .................................................. .............................
    Download Failed: http://superb-sea2.dl.sourceforge.ne...-3.99.3.tar.gz
    Downloading of needed test files failed.

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by Vistaus View Post
    Quick question: Michael notes that Clear Linux is missing Radeon support. However, I remember that Arjan from Intel recently said on Phoronix that Clear Linux is able to boot and work on AMD just fine. But how is that possible if Radeon support is missing? (I mean: what driver does it use to power AMD cards in such cases?)
    He was referring to AMD CPU support.

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  • drSeehas
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    Originally posted by phoronix
    ... compares to Ubuntu 17.10 ...
    Maybe 16.10?

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  • Vistaus
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    Quick question: Michael notes that Clear Linux is missing Radeon support. However, I remember that Arjan from Intel recently said on Phoronix that Clear Linux is able to boot and work on AMD just fine. But how is that possible if Radeon support is missing? (I mean: what driver does it use to power AMD cards in such cases?)

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  • tomtomme
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    Originally posted by bug77 View Post

    Newer Mesa (and possibly kernel), being a rolling distribution. Still, note that it's missing from several tests, probably failing to finish.
    From my tumbleweed phoronix expirience those tests did not even start due to missing dependencies or differing package names. Some of tumbleweeds librarys have multiple versions and the version number in the package. Or they have too new versions of those? Michael? Do you know more? Could i help to debug this somehow?

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  • polarathene
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    Might have been interesting to see openSUSE Leap along with Tumbleweed there for a distro that has both static(is that the correct term?) and rolling releases.

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  • bug77
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    Originally posted by Steffo View Post
    openSuse does incredible well! What are they doing different than Ubuntu?
    Newer Mesa (and possibly kernel), being a rolling distribution. Still, note that it's missing from several tests, probably failing to finish.

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