ASRock Rack EPYCD8-2T Makes For A Great Linux/BSD EPYC Workstation - 7-Way OS AMD 7351P Benchmarks
Written by Michael Larabel in Motherboards on 28 February 2019. Page 3 of 6. 28 Comments

First up with the common SQLite embedded database benchmark running on the Intel DC NVMe SSD, FreeBSD 12.0 with ZFS was running up right against Feodra Workstation 29 atop EXT4. DragonFlyBSD 5.4.1 using its HAMMER2 file-system also performed well and did better than Clear Linux, CentOS 7, and openSUSE Leap for this basic storage benchmark.

With the BlogBench test that simulates the load of running a blog web server, the BSDs performed worse off than most of the Linux distributions but did come out ahead of Debian. openSUSE Leap and CentOS 7 -- both on XFS -- did well in the read tests while the write tests favorited Debian 9.8 and Fedora Workstation on EXT4.

Clear Linux and Debian 9.8 were the fastest meanwhile when it came to the compile bench workload with the I/O heavy initial create process.

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