I tried again to revive this idea on the new discourse python forum here
I would be interested in getting this going as well
The runner machine is managed through the python chef repo https://github.com/python/psf-chef repo under the role "python-speed".
I can think of two ways to have this run, one as a cron job added to a recipe and then run via psf-chef/roles/python-speed.rb
The other would be to hook the runner machine into the buildbot infrastructure as a nightly "build" task, this is the way PyPy runs its benchmarks. The advantage to this method is that it would be trivial to link in other benchmarking hardware, they would simply appear as buildbot slaves.
A third, temporary way (until chef reconfigures the runner machine) would simply be to set up a cron job on the runner machine and call it a day, check back every couple of weeks that it is still running.
I could do this over the next few days just to get the data flowing
On 28/06/18 07:38, Victor Stinner wrote:
I'm not aware of any existing doc... Let me see: * There are two servers: the runner and the web servers. Here I only care about the runner who I run benchmarks. * I automated all steps to run a benchmark in the "performance" project. At the end, the command is just "python3 -m performance compile_all ~/bench.conf". But for pratical reasons, I chose to clone "perf" and "performance" repositories manually, and I updated them manually as well. To run benchmark, I open a SSH connection, open a screen, run "./run_benchmarks.sh" and that's it. My request would be to automate this in a cron tab. I'm not aware of any automation for these servers: check many in psf-salt and psf-chef projects. My notes about the Python infra: http://pythondev.readthedocs.io/cpython.html#python-infrastructure I might share additional details with you in private. I'm not sure if some parts of the infra should be kept secret or not :-) Victor 2018-06-28 15:20 GMT+02:00 Andrii Soldatenko <firstname.lastname@example.org>:Hi Viktor, If you can point me to repo and docs, I can automate it.On Jun 28, 2018, at 2:13 AM, Victor Stinner <email@example.com> wrote: Hi, FYI I'm still running *manually* "./run_benchmark.sh" in a screen on the benchmark runner to sometimes upload new results to speed.python.org. Since Python 3.7.0 is going to be released, I ran benchmarks. Results: https://speed.python.org/ Is there anyone interested to write a cron task to automate running run_benchmark.sh? Victor _______________________________________________ Speed mailing list Speed@python.org https://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/speed_______________________________________________ Speed mailing list Speed@python.org https://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/speed