Windows Server 2019 Performance Benchmarked Against Linux On An Intel Xeon Server
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 27 December 2018. Page 3 of 6. 12 Comments

The Golang benchmarks were won by Debian and Ubuntu while Windows Server tended to perform in the middle of the Linux operating systems tested. Windows Server 2019 tended to have a slight performance advantage over the 2016 release.

In the Java SciMark2 benchmark there wasn't much variation at all except openSUSE Leap falling behind all of the others.

With the Java DaCapo tests, openSUSE Leap was still generally running slower than the rest.

In some DaCapo tests, Windows Server 2019 was running stronger than Windows Server 2016, but Clear Linux still triumphed.



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