500,000+ Benchmarks Have Been Completed In The Basement Server Room
Written by Michael Larabel in Hardware on 25 December 2015 at 11:48 AM EST. 6 Comments
Within the basement server room there have now been over 500,000 benchmarks completed for Phoronix and LinuxBenchmarking.com.

Coincidentally, on Christmas the benchmark tally count reported by Phoromatic rolled over 500,000. Our daily, automated benchmarking on close to 60 systems continue to be doing great with the management done by Phoromatic as part of the Phoronix Test Suite.

Over on LinuxBenchmarking.com you can see all of these daily benchmarks for several different performance trackers over the past months.

A Six Month Redux After Building A 60+ System Basement Server/Computer Room

All of this benchmarking continues to provide "free heat" to the house and still through Christmas I haven't had to use the furnace thanks to this warm air from all of these benchmarking systems.
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