[Python-Dev] Benchmark Results for Python Default 2015-07-24

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Fri Jul 24 14:34:44 CEST 2015

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Results for project python_default-nightly, build date 2015-07-24 09:02:02 
commit:		3bbd0cbfe836511dd3e05fcc30ffb5bdbfe686ea
revision date:	2015-07-24 07:43:44 
environment:	Haswell-EP
	cpu:	Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2699 v3 @ 2.30GHz 2x18 cores, stepping 2, LLC 45 MB
	mem:	128 GB
	os:	CentOS 7.1
	kernel:	Linux 3.10.0-229.4.2.el7.x86_64

Note: Baseline results were generated using release v3.4.3, with hash
b4cbecbc0781e89a309d03b60a1f75f8499250e6 from 2015-02-25 12:15:33+00:00

               benchmark    unit            change since            change since
                                                last run                  v3.4.3
:-)            django_v2     sec                1.12735%                7.47953%
:-(              pybench     sec               -0.53822%               -2.40216%
:-(             regex_v8     sec                0.61774%               -2.32010%
:-|                nbody     sec                1.75860%               -0.76206%
:-)         json_dump_v2     sec                2.13422%               -0.56930%

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