The Latest In Our Massive Linux Benchmarking Setup - November 2017
Written by Michael Larabel in Computers on 12 November 2017. Page 2 of 2. 13 Comments

Cooling during the summer months have still been a bit of a challenge without keeping the AC cranked up.

...And keeping things organized remains a never-ending challenge.

I've also begun working on some Phoromatic improvements for the next Phoronix Test Suite release or two for further enhancing the multi-system management roles and other features around managing many-system benchmarks.

In the "front office", the homemade desks continue standing up well. If you missed those older articles see Building A Butcher Block Computer Desk To Comfortably Handle Six Monitors, Building A Massive L-Shaped Desk For A Better Workflow, More Monitors & Space and Finishing Up The Second Butcher Block + Galvanized Steel Desk Build.

Well, that's been the quick status update... Back to benchmarking. Any questions or ideas feel free to head to the forums or Twitter.

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