3.0 for Linux is 8% slower than 2.6.1 ? (Bernard Devlin)
Wilhelm Sanke, FB01
sanke at hrz.uni-kassel.de
Mon Oct 6 17:44:29 CDT 2008
On Sun Oct 5, 2008, Bernard Devlin bdrunrev at gmail.com wrote:
"If anyone else has any other benchmarks, I'd be grateful to see them. Mine
s3.0 for Linux is 8% slower than 2.6.1 ?
eems pretty simple to me, and tests nothing more than a few functions,
looping and adding to lists.
It will only make any sense if you run the script on the same hardware,
using a version of Rev >= 3 and a version of Rev < 3.
Another test stack - also attached to bug report 5113 of the Rev Quality Center
- has been around for some time:
Although partly focusing on questions of paintcompression, it provides the
possibility to compare engine and IDE speeds of different versions of Metacard
One of the results measured by this test stack is that version 2.6.1 of the Rev
engine has been the fastest so far when measuring imagedata processing. Other
later versions have been shown to be up to 30 - 40 % slower than 2.6.1 in this
respect - see the "result page" of the test stack. The new 3.0 Rev engine
version has improved considerably over previous versions, but has not yet fully
reached the level present in 2.6.1.
Measuring speed differences with this stack is a very fast process, as scripts
with a duration between few milliseconds and about 50 seconds at the utmost can
be easily compared.
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