Benchmarks for DragonFly 3.0


As several people have told me, there’s benchmarks of DragonFly 3.0 vs. 2.10, available on Phoronix.   CPU performance shows a significant improvement, in tests that actually test it.   (I’d think a file compression test would be disk-limited, for instance.)   Disk performance isn’t as great, but that may be in part because Hammer no longer will starve reading to benefit writing; that makes benchmarks look worse but improves real-world interactivity.  I’m sure there’s more quibbling to do, since it’s lies, damn lies benchmarks.

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  1. Dow says:

    Python module preloading has notably enhanced for 3.0

  2. [...] were some benchmarks of DragonFly 3.0 some time ago on Phoronix.  (You may recall it being mentioned here previously.)  The disk numbers always seemed weird to me, so I repeated that part of the test, and [...]

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