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WannaBeOCer 12-01-2019 09:36 AM

[Phoronix] Video: 100+ Daily Performance Tests For Clear Linux + Intel's Other Full-Stack Optimizations
 
Source: https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...d-2019-Keynote

Quote:

A month ago at the Open-Source Summit Europe 2019 in Lyon, France, Intel's Kelly Hammond who serves as the company's Senior Director of System Platform Software talked up their open-source contributions with a particular emphasis on performance. The video from that keynote was recently published for those curious about Intel's open-source work in the name of performance, including Clear Linux.

Kelly talked up their open-source contributions across the board from the Linux kernel to the other areas of the stack but also with their emphasis on performance. As part of that, she also made some interesting remarks on Clear Linux and their automated development model for this performance-optimized rolling-release distribution. She covered how they manage 5,000+ packages yet are largely automated-driven model and carry out more than 100 performance tests per day in validating each release.

JackCY 12-01-2019 07:33 PM

They gotta make up the performance lost to mitigations of gross issues somehow ;)

There are so many distros and package managers and DEs, why not make yet another seems to be the philosophy unfortunately in Linux.
Why use Clear Linux over other distros? Seems more of a tinkerer, spend time endlessly in CLI to configure and do everything kind of distro.

Nice that they do something but why not do it in a way that profits all and not only their distro?

Seems more of a Distro for corporations that use Intel hardware.

Diffident 12-02-2019 05:48 PM

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Originally Posted by JackCY (Post 28219516)
Nice that they do something but why not do it in a way that profits all and not only their distro?


It's open source, any distro is free to implement any and all options and optimizations found in Clear Linux.

WannaBeOCer 12-04-2019 11:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JackCY (Post 28219516)
They gotta make up the performance lost to mitigations of gross issues somehow ;)

There are so many distros and package managers and DEs, why not make yet another seems to be the philosophy unfortunately in Linux.
Why use Clear Linux over other distros? Seems more of a tinkerer, spend time endlessly in CLI to configure and do everything kind of distro.

Nice that they do something but why not do it in a way that profits all and not only their distro?

Seems more of a Distro for corporations that use Intel hardware.

AMD's processors are also benefit from the optimizations in Clear Linux.

https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...s-linux&num=10


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