- 6: This is our 6th Ubuntu LTS
- 6.06, 8.04, 10.04, 12.04, 14.04, 16.04
- 7: With Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, we're supporting 7 CPU architectures
- armhf, arm64, i386, amd64, powerpc, ppc64el, s390x
- 25,671: Ubuntu 16.04 LTS is comprised of 25,671 source packages
- main, universe, restricted, multiverse
- 150,562+: Over 150,562 (and counting!) cloud instances of Xenial have launched to date
- and we haven't even officially released yet!
- 216,475: A complete archive of all binary .deb packages in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS consists of 216,475 debs.
- 24,803 arch independent
- 27,159 armhf
- 26,845 arm64
- 28,730 i386
- 28,902 amd64
- 27,061 powerpc
- 26,837 ppc64el
- 26,138 s390x
- 1,426,792,926: A total line count of all source packages in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS using cloc yields 1,426,792,926 total lines of source code
- 250,478,341,568: A complete archive all debs, all architectures in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS requires 250GB of disk space
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
By the numbers: Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
I happen to have a full mirror of the entire Ubuntu Xenial archive here on a local SSD, and I took the opportunity to run a few numbers...
Yes, that's 1.4 billion lines of source code comprising the entire Ubuntu 16.04 LTS archive. What an amazing achievement of open source development!
Perhaps my fellow nerds here might be interested in a breakdown of all 1.4 billion lines across 25K source packages, and throughout 176 different programming languages, as measured by Al Danial's cloc utility. Interesting data!
You can see the full list here. What further insight can you glean?