There is a --fast option to spawn less processes: http://pyperformance.readthedocs.io/usage.html#run
But I don't suggest you to use it since it's less reliable ;-)
For me, it's really important to get stable benchmarks: http://pyperformance.readthedocs.io/usage.html#how-to-get-stable-benchmarks
Most benchmarks can be run a standalone scripts: see performance/benchmarks/ in the source code (performance.benchmarks module). These scripts provide the full perf CLI, all options: http://perf.readthedocs.io/en/latest/runner.html
2017-07-25 20:24 GMT+02:00 Pintu Kumar email@example.com:
I think performance is a kind of wrapper over perf if I am correct. As I come across thing that perf internally creates 20 worker process to run over benchmark program. So, is there a way to run any particular number of workers from command line of performance like perf.
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