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Re: Performance benchmarks

From: John Beranek <john_at_redux.org.uk>
Date: Tue, 29 Mar 2011 13:08:15 +0100

On 29/03/11 01:33, Greg Stein wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 28, 2011 at 18:51, John Beranek <john_at_redux.org.uk> wrote:
>> On 28/03/2011 23:45, Greg Stein wrote:
>>> On Mon, Mar 28, 2011 at 17:42, John Beranek <john_at_redux.org.uk> wrote:
>>>> On 25/03/2011 17:33, Mark Phippard wrote:
>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>
>>>>> I have been working on a framework for writing tests to record
>>>>> performance. I have something good enough to share:
>>>>
>>>> May I make an observation about these benchmarks...?
>>>>
>>>> When I provided some benchmarks that included 'checkout' tests I was
>>>> specifically asked to make tests that separate WC and RA functionality.
>>>>
>>>> I did this, released results, and the (portable) benchmark code.
>>>>
>>>> Now Mark has released a new set of benchmarks, which don't separate WC
>>>> and RA functionality. No one has (yet) noted this fact. ;)
>>>
>>> I think your benchmarks are going to be more helpful for us to locate
>>> hotspots and get them fixed. Mark's seem more high-level, for
>>> policy-making rather than coding.
>>>
>>> Did your benchmark scripts get checked in? (I've been out a couple
>>> weeks and may have missed that) And whether they did or not, would you
>>> want commit access to get them committed, and/or continue work on them
>>> within the svn repository?
>>
>> I checked them into a Git repository, both for ease of repository
>> creation, and for ease of cloning. Of course, hosting SVN tools in Git
>> may be seen as sacrilegious by some... ;)
>
> Heh. I certainly don't mind. They just aren't going to get a lot of
> attention outside of our own repository, I think.
>
> At a minimum, what's the URL?

https://github.com/jberanek/svn_scripts

I'm certainly not averse to putting the script into the SVN repository
if anyone thinks it's worthwhile though. I think I'd need to at least
add some usage information before doing so.

Cheers,

John.

-- 
John Beranek                         To generalise is to be an idiot.
http://redux.org.uk/                                 -- William Blake

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