maybe michaels hacks against adblock don't care if its whitelisted it only reacts on installed adblock.
stupid anyway because there are people who need adblock.
I don't write any 'hacks' at all for AdBlock... You can go grep the hell out of the Phoronix Test Suite package if you so desire to find out. It just so happens that the way the graphs are served looks like ads to AdBlock and react weirdly. Though while I didn't intentionally go out of my way to do that, I also will not go out of my way to rework any graph serving code that just affects these AdBlock users.
Wow, what a completely useless comparison: a consumer distribution against an enterprise distribution.
If you want to compare Ubuntu against something, then compare it against the likes of Fedora, Gentoo and Debian.
Another 'excellent' Ubuntu biased article, setup over way too many pages with the single goal of generating ad-dollars.
Well, the first three tests could be dropped due to unconclusive results like the VM being faster than bare metal. This is a pure test about who makes more use of buffers?
In the other tests, I would say 50/50 with a slight advantage towards Ubuntu?
Probably 90% of Phoronix tests are run on Ubuntu if they are distrbution neutral? This makes sense, so we can see how driver development compares to earlier tests? They all use the same kernel and therefore the same drivers anyway?
Hi Michael, sorry about being the slowest kid in the class but I don't get what distro you used for the host. Did you test Centos guest using a Centos host like you did here, or you used Ubuntu 12.10 as the host in all cases?