Ubuntu 12.04 Is ARM-ing Up For Better Performance
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 25 January 2012. Page 2 of 5. 2 Comments

When kicking things off with the simple Apache static web-server test, the Ubuntu 12.04 LTS snapshot boosts the performance immensely compared to the Ubuntu 11.10 installation. The performance on Ubuntu Precise is up over 44% for the OMAP4660 development board in less than six months.

While Apache is up, the CacheBench write test seems to have suffered from a performance regression in Precise.

The read and read/modify/write tests within CacheBench were unchanged between Ubuntu 11.10 and 12.04, but only was the write performance directly impacted.

The C-Ray ray-tracing test -- a Phoronix favorite -- unfortunately has not changed much in Ubuntu 12.04 as of yet.


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