TrueOS & DragonFlyBSD Performance vs. Linux At The End Of 2016
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 26 December 2016. Page 2 of 4. 6 Comments

With the CompileBench test case, DragonFlyBSD's performance was a mess. Meanwhile, TrueOS was competing for first-place right with Intel's Clear Linux distribution.

With the initial create task, DragonFlyBSD remained in last place while now TrueOS was performing rather poorly and only ahead of the slowest Linux distribution for this run: CentOS 7.

Ignore the compiler flag reporting for the Rodinia tests, simply due to how the reporting of compiler flags are reported making it seem like they were configured differently when in fact not.

The BSD results here were between the slowest and mid-way against the Linux distributions.


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