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From Randall Leeds <>
Subject Re: BTree Refactoring and Performance
Date Fri, 09 Dec 2011 00:05:19 GMT
I realize I forgot to include the footnotes. As though you can't find
them yourselves anyway ;).


On Thu, Dec 8, 2011 at 16:04, Randall Leeds <> wrote:
> I just went back through COUCHDB-1084 [1] and COUCHDB-1124 [2] and it
> seems like we hit a roadblock at benchmarking.
> Do we need to do anything other than put these through their paces
> against a ram-disk couch?
> As a broader question about benchmarking and performance tracking:
> Should we be doing anything with the ./test/bench directory? Are there
> tools any of us are using out-of-tree that should be in-tree?
> It'd be really amazing if someone stepped up to set up a build server
> that runs a benchmark suite after every commit.
> I know, I know. I'm firmly in the camp of people who don't care too
> much about raw performance, and you may be, too. That doesn't mean
> we're okay with performance regressions and, at least in these two
> cases, fear of said regressions seems to be holding some nice patches
> up.
> -Randall

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