Fedora 21 vs. Fedora 22 Benchmarks
Plenty of Fedora 22 benchmarks are in the works now that this Red Hat backed Linux distribution is gearing up for release and has settled down with its many changes and new features. The Fedora 22 state tested was with the Linux 4.0.2 kernel, GNOME Shell 3.16.1, Mesa 10.5.4, and GCC 5.1.1 while using an EXT4 file-system. On the same exact Intel ultrabook, Fedora 21 was also re-benchmarked both in stock form and with all available updates as of 12 May.
Below are some of the test results where there's a noticeable change in performance...
You can view all of this preliminary test data via this OpenBenchmarking.org result file while the more exhaustive Fedora 22 Linux benchmarking on multiple systems will come up shortly on Phoronix; stay tuned to us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ for all the latest Linux news and open-source benchmarks.