I'll gladly help setting up the speed site
El El mié, 31 ene 2018 a las 13:47, Victor Stinner firstname.lastname@example.org escribió:
I tried but failed to find someone in PyPy to adjust performance benchmarks for PyPy. Currently, the JIT is not properly warmed up, and the results can be dishonnest or not reliable.
My latest attempt to support is PyPy is: http://vstinner.readthedocs.io/pypy_warmups.html
IMHO we need to develop a statistical methodology in perf to compute when values become stable. That's hard to define and it was proven that "performance stability" doesn't exist (see " Virtual Machine Warmup Blows Hot and Cold" paper).
Fijal from PyPy would like to use hardcoded configuration for the number of warmup values. I like the idea, but nobody implemented it yet.
2018-01-30 21:37 GMT+01:00 Matti Picus email@example.com:
I am cross-posting to both speed and pypy-dev to ask what needs to be
to get pypy2 and pypy3 benchmark runners onto speed.python.org I am willing to be the contact person from the PyPy side, who do we need
talk to on the speed maintainers' side? Instead of spamming the lists again, we could discuss this off-line, and report back with a plan, required resources, and a timeline.
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