RE: Debian/Ubuntu/Redhat which is better for heavy duty computations?
Virtually the same in terms of
"floating point computation capacity".
In term of lapack, you can use atlas or an
enterprise's architecture optimized library
(see intel's mkl(R) or AMD(R) blas and lapack)
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Alexandru Cabuz [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Envoyé : vendredi 1 juillet 2005 16:59
> À : Debian AMD64
> Objet : Debian/Ubuntu/Redhat which is better for heavy duty
> I was wondering if anybody knows if there exist benchmarks done to
> compare the performance for floating point computations (for example
> lapack) on opteron with the Debian, Ubuntu and Redhat AMD 64 ports.
> My research group recently got a couple of new multi-proc opteron
> machines and even though they shipped with redhat enterprise, being a
> fan of debian I was wondering if Debian AMD64 or Ubuntu might not be
> better? Has anybody compared performance systematically?