The Performance Of Fedora Core 3 Through Fedora 14

Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 28 November 2010 at 07:12 AM EST. Page 5 of 5. 8 Comments.

The NAS IS.C performance is slowly but surely improving too.

The TTSIOD 3D Renderer performance was building up between Fedora 8 and Fedora 11, but since then it has been sliding and is only now beginning to recover with Fedora 14.

The TCP network performance on Fedora was a bit slow in some releases and with Fedora 14, it is still not the best, but it is not the worst either.

While we were only able to test the last dozen Fedora Linux releases on a 64-bit virtual machine, the results at least here are rather nice. There are a few areas where Fedora 14 is slower than its predecessors are, but overall Fedora 14 is doing better or on par performance-wise to earlier releases.

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