• biribiri11
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    1 month ago

    Mfw CentOS Stream 9, using a kernel, compiler, and glibc version from 3 years ago, still manages to pull ahead of software released a few weeks ago on hardware released years after Stream 9’s original release.

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      1 month ago

      I assume your comment is about FreeBSD but Ubuntu 24.04 is Linux “software released a few weeks ago” and it did no better than CentOS Stream 9.

      FreeBSD led on quite a few benchmarks. Quite interesting.

  • AutoTL;DR@lemmings.worldB
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    1 month ago

    This is the best summary I could come up with:


    The newly released FreeBSD 14.1 was delivering great out-of-the-box performance on this AMD Ryzen Threadripper 7980X 64-core / 128-thread workstation.

    NetBSD 10.0 was much slower than the rest for the SQLite embedded database benchmark.

    The packaged PHP on each operating system varies but in any event here is a look at the out-of-the-box performance.

    FreeBSD 14.1 overall was the best BSD performer among the BSDs tested on this AMD Ryzen Threadripper workstation from System76.

    It was refreshing to see how well the new FreeBSD 14.1 was performing and competing with the likes of Ubuntu 24.04 LTS and CentOS Stream 9.

    Those wishing to see even more benchmarks form this Threadripper 7980X BSD/Linux comparison can do so via this result page.


    The original article contains 164 words, the summary contains 120 words. Saved 27%. I’m a bot and I’m open source!

  • satanmat@lemmy.world
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    1 month ago

    While I appreciate that these benchmarks matter to someone; I’m more interested in hey it runs and is reasonably supported, not requiring hand rolling any config

    Hey this XX runs fine.