[Mono-dev] performance and stress test
Miguel de Icaza
miguel at novell.com
Sat Apr 28 17:16:40 EDT 2007
> I found thi site :
> which is good to see a global test and not a detailed test.
Yes, we see that one frequently.
It has a couple of problems though, it compares oranges to apples. One
of the tests for example compares threading primitives in Mono vs yield
The other problem is that this tests the released versions of compilers,
and what would be interesting is to track the progress that we are
making and also track how this compares against .NET as comparing to
other systems (and specially different implementations) introduces too
many unrelated variables.
> Selon Miguel de Icaza <miguel at novell.com>:
> > Hello,
> > > Is there an tool or a batch on svn to have a report about performance of
> > mono
> > > Versus Ms.NET implementation.
> > >
> > > I know that there is the class status script. I search something quite
> > simple to
> > > be run as class status to get out performance index compared to ms
> > performance
> > > index.
> > You might want to track the progress that Mono makes, this is being
> > tracked by the guys at Charles University in Prague, they have done a
> > phenomenal job:
> > http://dsrg.mff.cuni.cz/projects/mono/index.phtml
> > from the project:
> > "The purpose of this project is detection of performance
> > regressions in daily development versions of MONO.
> > Selected benchmarks are compiled and run for each daily
> > version. The daily versions are compiled MONO daily
> > packages. Selected plots from the benchmarks follow.
> > Description of the system used for benchmarking is here.
> > The benchmarks are run on a dedicated machine, with
> > disabled network interface and with no system services
> > running."
> > Am not aware of someone routinely adding new benchmarks and publishing
> > the results of performance as time goes by between Mono and .NET. It
> > would be interesting to have.
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