CCL: Windows v. Linux

 Sent to CCL by: "Nuno A.G. Bandeira" []
 Perry E. Metzger wrote:
 > No, actually, that isn't a particularly good benchmark. Proper
 > benchmarking requires that you use a variety of tasks that exercise a
 > variety of operating conditions. A single program can never be a
 > good benchmark. In a computational chemistry context, a variety of
 > loads are needed to properly assess the differences between the two
 > systems.
 Isn't this implying that some programs can perform better in one OS environment
 rather than the other ?
 A peer-reviewed publication for what you are saying would be a nice thing too.
 Nuno A. G. Bandeira, AMRSC
 Graduate researcher and molecular sculptor
 Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry Group,
 Faculty of Science
 University of Lisbon - C8 building, Campo Grande,
 1749-016 Lisbon,Portugal
 Doctoral student -*- IST,Lisbon