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OpenBenchmarking and the Latest Phoronix Benchmark

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  • OpenBenchmarking.org Serves Up Its 29 Millionth Test/Suite Benchmark Download
  • Amazon EC2 Cloud Compute Performance: December vs. February

    For those wondering how Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) performance is now after being mitigated for the recent Spectre and Meltdown CPU vulnerabilities, here are benchmarks of five Linux distributions comparing the performance to last December prior to the Linux kernel mitigations coming about to now.

    Back in mid-December I carried out a six-way Amazon EC2 cloud comparison following the recent of Amazon Linux 2. Having those results and the reproducibility and automation of the Phoronix Test Suite, I re-ran those tests on the five Linux distributions for seeing how the performance of these Linux platforms have evolved since December.

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