The Performance Of Ubuntu Software Running On Windows 10 With The New Linux Subsystem
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 11 April 2016. Page 4 of 6. 47 Comments

Next up are some Stress-NG benchmarks developed by Colin King at Canonical.

The stress-ng micro-benchmarks show that the Windows 10 Linux subsystem doesn't actually have that much overhead, unless their kernel is that much faster to make up for the overhead differences.

CompileBench was one of the few workloads where Ubuntu Bash on Windows 10 lost by a large margin, with still relying upon the NTFS file-system where as the Linux distributions had EXT4.



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