15-Way Linux OS Comparison Shows Mixed High-Performing Linux Distributions
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 9 March 2016. Page 6 of 10. 29 Comments

With the scientific Dolfyn test, Clear Linux, Antergos, and Void Linux all ran into a situation where they were notably slower than the other twelve Linux distributions tested.

With testing the Go language performance on the distributions where the Go benchmark was compatible, Debian testing and the newer Ubuntus tended to come out in front by a lot. The older/enterprise distributions like CentOS 7, Debian 8.3, and Ubuntu 14.04 were much slower due to their older Go packages.

In some of the benchmarks, there is little change in performance across the 15 modern Linux distributions tested.

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