Geekpatrol has published Solaris vs. Linux Performance on Sun Ultra 20 M2.
From the article:
On Monday I posted Geekbench results for my Sun Ultra 20 M2 running Solaris and Windows. Afterwards, I received a number of requests asking how Linux performed on the same hardware.
Now that I've finally managed to download Fedora Core 6 (arguably the "cofficial" Linux of Geek Patrol), here are the Geekbench results for Fedora Core 6 (and Solaris, as a comparison) on a Sun Ultra 20 M2.
Read more at Geekpatrol
I think author(s) could use CentOS or demo version of RHEL/Suse Linux. This may have given us even more accurate picture.
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