Saturday, August 24, 2013

The Performance Impact of Fedora 19 Updates

With more freely push Fedora package updates compared to Ubuntu Linux and other distributions to the release, by the way their performance was developed since the release of "Schrödinger's Cat" in early July? Here are some benchmarks show how the performance of Fedora 19 has been developed with a new kernel and other changes.

Fedora 19 originally shipped with the Linux 3.9 kernel, but pushed from 3:10 as a Linux update package (currently Linux 3.10.4-300.fc19), a statement suddenly point to the X.Org server, and Writing changes to other system components.

Having a clean install of Fedora 19 this week on the AMD A10-6800K APU system "Richland", I did some benchmarks comparing a clean install F19 Schrödinger cat that package updates available from August 9 . Several benchmarks stresses different subsystems are handled through software industry nominal Phoronix Test Suite.

This weekend benchmarks of Fedora 19 vs. Fedora 19 updates are in OpenBenchmarking.org within-1308106-SO-FEDORA19A18. This page also displays various information about the software / hardware, system logs, and performance results fully. Here are some excerpts.



Some desktop Fedora 19 using the graphics drivers can find open source updates applied. Faster performance Linux kernel Transfer to 3:10 has the potential for some Radeon / Intel / Nouveau winning performance. From the beginning, Fedora 19 Mesa 9.2-devel sent so if there is a good "performance of the box" on the side Mesa/Gallium3D.



Some computational tests are also run faster with the installation of Fedora 19 x86 x64 update on the AMD A10-6800K APU.


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