[pypy-dev] Change to the frontpage of speed.pypy.org
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Tue Mar 8 17:29:02 CET 2011
On Tue, Mar 8, 2011 at 8:14 AM, Laura Creighton <lac at openend.se> wrote:
> In a message of Tue, 08 Mar 2011 09:10:32 +0100, Miquel Torres writes:
>>I finished the changes to the speed.pypy.org home page last night, but
>>alas!, I didn't have time to deploy. I will do it later today and will
>>then ping you back.
>>The extra info provided is really nice as an overview, you will see ;-)
> Ah good. Thank you very much. We spent yesterday afternoon with
> the Mozilla engineers, and I got to talk to the person who maintains
> the benchmarks for tracemonkey. He had timelines very much like ours.
> There is one feature he has that I would like to have. Take a look
> at the timeline for spectral.norm. There are two spikes there.
> Mozilla has lines like that too, though mostly it is because their
> jit decides that the whole benchmark is bogus and optimises out all the
> code. So it takes 0 time. oops.
> At any rate, aside from knowing that something went horribly wrong with
> that rev, you don't really need to know how wrong. And by making the
> graph display up to that point means that the dots where things really
> do matter get crammed closer together than would otherwise be the case.
> So he had a mode where things wehre displayed with an arbitrary value
> at the bottom (in our coase it would be the top) which he could specify.
> Then the graph would be replotted, with the outliers off the graph, but
> making it easier to read the dots for the more normal cases.
> Any chance we could do that too?
> pypy-dev at codespeak.net
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