OpenSolaris vs. Linux Kernel Benchmarks
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 14 May 2009. Page 8 of 9. 27 Comments

The stock 64-bit version of Ubuntu delivered the highest MIPS count with the 7-Zip compression test, but all other Ubuntu configurations had fallen behind Nexenta CP2 RC2, which came in second place.

The HWB color space test ran via the OpenMP-based GraphicsMagick test profile was the fastest on Ubuntu 64-bit while the 32-bit performance between Ubuntu and Nexenta CP2 RC2 was nearly identical.

The best local adaptive thresholding performance with GraphicsMagick was found on the OpenSolaris distribution, but its lead was a mere one iteration per minute. Ubuntu 64-bit fell behind Ubuntu 32-bit.

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