Linux 5.0 To Linux 5.9 Kernel Benchmarking Was A Bumpy Ride With New Regressions
Written by Michael Larabel in Software on 9 September 2020. Page 3 of 7. 52 Comments

Again, for most real-world workloads the Linux 5.0 through 5.9-rc4 performance on this AMD EPYC 7702 server was steady as would be expected.

One other regression that seems to be happening since Linux ~5.2 is the KeyDB multi-threaded fork of Redis running behind on post-5.2 kernels.


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