Does SELinux Slow Down Fedora 15?
Written by Michael Larabel in Software on 4 June 2011. Page 3 of 4. 10 Comments

SELinux also minimally affected the SQLite database benchmark on the Fedora 15 installation.

Disabling SELinux had resulted in the PostMark mail server test profile yielding 5% higher performance than the stock Fedora 15 settings.

The Threaded I/O Tester with carrying out eight threads of 128MB random writes barely saw any speed difference with SELinux, although the write speeds were already quite slow with the system being clobbered.


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