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    Default FreeBSD/PC-BSD 9.1 Benchmarked Against Linux, Solaris, BSD

    Phoronix: FreeBSD/PC-BSD 9.1 Benchmarked Against Linux, Solaris, BSD

    While FreeBSD 9.1 has yet to be officially released, the FreeBSD-based PC-BSD 9.1 "Isotope" release has already been made available this month. In this article are performance benchmarks comparing the 64-bit release of PC-BSD 9.1 against DragonFlyBSD 3.0.3, Oracle Solaris Express 11.1, CentOS 6.3, Ubuntu 12.10, and a development snapshot of Ubuntu 13.04.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=18291

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    Michael, you aren't comparing OSes, you are comparing compilers. ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by birdie View Post
    Michael, you aren't comparing OSes, you are comparing compilers. ;-)
    Well, if all software used same compiler.
    Then he wouldn't be comparing OSes, he would be comparing different version of software packages.
    If all had same version of software packages then he wouldn't be comparing OS, he would be comparing configurations.

    So when does one really compare OSes?

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    And again CentOS leads large parts of the competition.

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    WHy benchmark DragonFly 3.0.3 when the current stable release is 3.2.2?

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    Performance is not everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhux View Post
    Performance is not everything.
    That's is something that I have been thinking quite a bit. Considering how much effort is gone into making Linux extremely power efficient I wonder how far the *BSDs fall when running some realistics system loads. As electricity is not free it quickly adds hefty price tag to allegedly free operating systems. Of course the low performance also increases the power consumption per operation so the difference could really be notable.

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    I post, than I read.

    I am pretty sure, Linux gonna beat every one of those now in most categories and overall.

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    Try to think before you post too.

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    Thumbs up Whay am I

    Not amazed? Well and we don't even count really speedy distro like Gentoo(which I use btw), which in every bunch of tests I remeber biach slapped Ubuntu.

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