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demerphq
Date:
February 26, 2013 12:01
Subject:
Re: Benchmark regression 2013-02
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CANgJU+WuGp65vsgjuX2Kv2ubieqEat_6UX-AfOmC0jMDW7WiHA@mail.gmail.com
On 26 February 2013 12:28, Steffen Schwigon <ss5@renormalist.net> wrote:
> Hi!
>
> Short note form the benchmark front:
>
> After weeks of consolidation function calls and method calls get slower
> again, for *non-threaded* (sic).
>
>   http://speed.perlformance.net/timeline/#/?exe=36,35&base=14+80&ben=Fib&env=4&revs=50&equid=off
>   http://speed.perlformance.net/timeline/#/?exe=36,35&base=14+80&ben=FibOO&env=4&revs=50&equid=off
>
> Threading itself also gets a slightly upwards (slower) trend:
>
>   http://speed.perlformance.net/timeline/#/?exe=36,35&base=14+80&ben=ThreadsShared.threadstorm&env=4&revs=50&equid=off
>   http://speed.perlformance.net/timeline/#/?exe=36,35&base=14+80&ben=ThreadsShared.threadstorm&env=4&revs=10&equid=off
>
>   http://speed.perlformance.net/timeline/#/?exe=36,35&base=14+80&ben=Threads.threadstorm&env=4&revs=50&equid=off
>   http://speed.perlformance.net/timeline/#/?exe=36,35&base=14+80&ben=Threads.threadstorm&env=4&revs=10&equid=off

Do i read this right? Non-threaded is SLOWER than threaded? WTF?

Yves

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