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    Default Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Beta 1 Looks Great, Performance Is Great

    Phoronix: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Beta 1 Looks Great, Performance Is Great

    Red Hat this week released the first beta to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. RHEL 7 is based upon improvements and other work that happened over the past few release cycles in Fedora and is riding on its new enterprise Linux 3.10 kernel. In this article is a first look at RHEL 7 Beta 1 along with our first benchmarks of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 comparing the results to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=19564

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    Does look nice, just wish it was GNOME 3.10 instead of 3.08.

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    An RHEL7 x F18 x F19 x F20 comparison would be great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tessio View Post
    An RHEL7 x F18 x F19 x F20 comparison would be great!
    +1. And maybe Debian as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tessio View Post
    An RHEL7 x F18 x F19 x F20 comparison would be great!
    F18 would be kind of useless to do a comparison, EOL is in like 5 weeks.

    So I would say replace F18 with RHEL/CentOS 6.5

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    Question Question for Michael

    Just making sure that REL 7.0 beta doesn't overclock the CPU.

    On the PTS/Openbechmark specsheet the CPU frequency's differ?

    -REL 6.5 @3.30GHz
    -REL 7.0 @4.19GHz
    Link to pic

    Is this correct behavior, or a bug somewhere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iniudan View Post
    Does look nice, just wish it was GNOME 3.10 instead of 3.08.
    sorry if I'm being dumb, but why do you need a GUI on a server? I guess it's handy for managing virtualised guests?

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    p.s. you can grab a copy here without having to go through a sales droid.
    http://ftp.redhat.com/redhat/rhel/beta/7/x86_64/iso/

    someone else posted the link previously I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by speculatrix View Post
    sorry if I'm being dumb, but why do you need a GUI on a server? I guess it's handy for managing virtualised guests?
    RHEL is not only for servers.
    It for workstations too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iniudan View Post
    F18 would be kind of useless to do a comparison, EOL is in like 5 weeks.

    So I would say replace F18 with RHEL/CentOS 6.5
    But Michael already made a RHEL/CentOS 6.5 comparison.
    I suggested compare with F18, F19 and F20 because RHEL7 is a mix of those tree releases. This way we'll know which version it is most similar to.

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