Windows Server 2016 vs. FreeBSD 11.2 vs. 8 Linux Distributions Performance Benchmarks
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 13 July 2018. Page 4 of 5. 41 Comments

When it comes to the PHP performance, Clear Linux was again leading the pact and a great deal faster than the other operating systems. Windows Server 2016 with PHP was running in the middle of the race while FreeBSD 11.2 was further back with the likes of Scientific Linux and openSUSE Leap.

Windows Server and FreeBSD are also much slower than the Linux distributions at the time needed to carry out various common Git sub-commands on the same Git repository (a static snapshot of the large GTK+ repository).

With the Golang benchmarks, Debian 9.4 had another first place finish when it came to build times though with this sub-test involving heavy I/O, Windows Server 2016 and FreeBSD 11.2 were lagging behind.

In Go's HTTP test, Windows Server 2016 came in first while FreeBSD 11.2 was strangely performing several times slower.

The JSON parsing performance in Golang isn't nearly as dramatic and this time FreeBSD 11.2 was competing with the slowest Linux distributions while Windows Server was then behind that point.

And the garbage collection performance with Golang had Windows Server and FreeBSD competing in the middle of the race.

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