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Re: Performance benchmarks

From: Johan Corveleyn <jcorvel_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2011 00:16:27 +0200

Hi Mark,

Here is another data point, for my old (t)rusty Windows XP (32-bit)
this time, on a system with a pretty slow hard disk (5.4k rpm), 1.83
GHz Intel T2400 cpu, 3 GB RAM.

I must say the results look very good for 1.7 (r1086021) compared to
1.6.16 on this system. Especially for the "Folder tests" and the
"Binaries tests" (rather: you can see how much it hurts sometimes to
use 1.6.x on this kind of system, when working with working copies
with lots of folders). Apart from "Bin-commit" and "Bin-rm", I can't
see a significant performance degradation within your test-suite on my

Both test runs were run with antivirus enabled (AVG free). I also did
a run of 1.7 with AV disabled, but it made no significant difference.
I rebooted between each test run just to be sure about disk caching

Oh, and I made my 1.7 build with "Release" configuration. At least on
Windows, I know there is a significant performance difference between
"Debug" builds and "Release" builds (that became clear during my
perf-work on "svn diff"). Best to compare release builds with release
builds, I think...



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