[pypy-dev] speed.pypy.org update

Miquel Torres tobami at googlemail.com
Mon Mar 8 11:29:18 CET 2010

Yeah, history is now not very meaningful.

While we are at it, I think we should complete the job and define a
standard set of benchmarks together with the python.org and unladen
guys. So that we can keep the data this time :-)

How were the chats about that developing, fijal?

2010/3/7 Maciej Fijalkowski <fijall at gmail.com>:
> Hey.
> Yes, sorry about not saying that upfront. I've removed --fast from
> run, so our numbers looks better (because warmup is more spread over).
> It makes sense to remove history IMO.
> However, I plan to work a bit more on that, to completely remove
> warmup time from some benchmark and to include warmup for each run for
> others (like richards, html5lib), so that would be yet another removal
> of history.
> Right now the "average" is not that meaningful (and stddev even less,
> although it's not displayed on speed), since it averages warmup across
> all the run. I would like to have warmup either completely included
> for each run (for benchmarks that it makes sense) or completely
> separated and reported as some other variable.
> Cheers,
> fijal
> On Sat, Mar 6, 2010 at 2:27 PM, Armin Rigo <arigo at tunes.org> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Fijal may comment on this more, but note that he tweaked the number of
>> runs of the benchmarks displayed by speed.pypy.org, which explains the
>> jumps we see in some of them.  The positive-for-us jumps, I should add
>> :-)
>> I think that we should remove the history up to today, as it makes
>> little sense to compare...
>> A bientot,
>> Armin.
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