[pypy-dev] djangobench performance
fenn.bailey at gmail.com
Thu Sep 1 09:33:03 CEST 2011
> N = 200 means most of the benchmarks probably won't even JIT, so that
> might be a start. The threshold in the released pypy is N = 1000.
Yeah, I suspected that might be the case, and did a few test individual
benchmarks with a much higher N (ie: >20,000). It definitely improved
things comparatively quite a lot, but ultimately still resulted in a 3-4x
slowdown over CPython.
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