Clear Linux Offering Performance Advantages Even With Low-Power IoT/Edge Hardware
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 30 August 2019. Page 2 of 3. 22 Comments

Clear Linux was yielding the fastest I/O performance on this eMMC-backed Celeron SBC while Fedora Workstation was slightly behind and further back was Ubuntu 19.04.

Across various Java benchmarks, Clear Linux also was offering the best performance for this dual-core single board computer. Fedora also tended to have a better showing in Java performance than Ubuntu.

For some workloads, the tuned compiler stack and other optimizations allowed Clear Linux to perform much better than Fedora and Ubuntu.

Ubuntu's Python implementation was surprisingly faster than the current state of Fedora and Clear Linux.



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