Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> Ubuntu 9.10 Off To A Great Performance Start
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> | Wow, while there may not be many end-user improvements in Ubuntu 9.10 yet and
> | the desktop looks just like that of Ubuntu 9.04, there does seem to be some
> | performance improvements. Besides the huge SQLite improvement that did not
> | come as a surprise, there are better compilation times with GCC 4.4, much
> | better disk performance with the newer Linux kernel, and other improvements
> | throughout. One area that still needs to be improved upon is with the Intel
> | Linux graphics performance after going through radical changes with kernel
> | mode-setting, DRI2, and the Graphics Execution Manager.
Wow! The SQLite performance had a great boost... I'm impressed on what
different kernel versions can improve on little things like this.
It's a bird..
It's a plane..
No, it's KernelMan, faster than a speeding bullet, to your rescue.
Doing new kernel versions in under 5 seconds flat..