Ich bin mal gespannt und bilde mir nach Benchmarks mein Urteil.
leiber nicht, nachdem was ich in einer Mailingliste aufgeschnappt habe ...
das schreibt einer:
I have just installed the latest version of Fedora Gnome on my HP laptop. I had to import a 50 GB OVA file from my USB HDD to my hard drive via USB 3.0.
When the copying was taking place through VirtualBox, the system hung almost completely, I was not able to even move my mouse.
Why does this happen ?
It seems to be the case for Debian based OSes, but then why is it happening in Fedora ?
I just formatted from Windows 10, and while I hate a lot of things about it, it never made the system unusable during heavy I/O operations. I had multiple tabs in Chrome open without any lag whatsoever.
I say this, not to criticize Fedora but to point out this should be the case in modern OSes. So why am I facing this issue?
Let me know what you think and if any further information is needed.
und das kam als Antwort von jemand anderen:
> Why does this happen ?
I don't know why, but I've noticed it as well. It wasn't always this
way, but a few fedora versions ago it changed. I always figured some
kernel developer got a bee in his bonnet about some disk copying
benchmark and sacrificed everything else to make his pet benchmark
(der Übersicht halber Leerzeilen entfent)
soll heissen, was nützt der Benchmark, wenn es zu sonst nichts taugt