New benchmakt tests
John Arbash Meinel
john at arbash-meinel.com
Wed Jul 26 15:13:53 BST 2006
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Robert Collins wrote:
> On Mon, 2006-07-24 at 09:28 +0200, Jan Balster wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> as part of the performance enhancements efforts there are to be
>> a lot of new benchmark tests. I went ahead and tackled a few
>> in a simple way. It is based on bzr.dev and i am happy for
>> comments and review:
>> The whole benchmark run takes some time, but
>> there is potential to make it faster.
> Naturally as we are working on performance :)
> I think that making benchmarks artificially fast is counter productive
Well, I believe he is talking about caching the 'kernel_like_tree' on
disk, so that you can do a simple recursive copy, rather than recreating
it from scratch each time.
We talked about it on IRC. I do think we should take some steps to make
the 'support' steps of benchmarks faster. Since for a lot of tests there
can be 20s of setup time for a 2s test.
> Can you please get this registered on launchpad so there is a mirror of
> it? I'm having trouble connecting to codespeak.net.
I have a mirror of it at:
But yeah, it is better if it gets mirrored to launchpad.
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