tziade at nuxeo.com
Sat Oct 15 02:32:51 CEST 2005
I am trying to code some utilities to bench code performances,
to be able to measure the absolute cost of a piece of code.
So i came up with the pystone idea (i've been told too in fact ;)).
so I just run pystones on the test machines and use it as a ratio over
code performance measurement. This is pretty good, but the major caveat
is that if the CPU is busy
, it can be slower than expected.
So i've introduced a tolerance flag, (another approach than the three
times run like hotshot does).
Any comment ?
Any alternatives to pystone in mind ?
Tarek Ziadé | Nuxeo R&D (Paris, France)
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