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From Mike Matrigali <mikem_...@sbcglobal.net>
Subject Re: Performance regressions
Date Thu, 16 Feb 2006 18:12:36 GMT
How often are commits executed the single record operation tests?

Olav Sandstaa wrote:

> Kathey Marsden <kmarsdenderby@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> 
>>Right now we fly without a net for performance.  Does anyone run any
>>regular performance regression tests, especially ones for which  they
>>might be able to post results?
> 
> 
> The results from the performance regression test I run are now
> available on the following Web page:
> 
>   http://home.online.no/~olmsan/derby/perf/
> 
> This regression test runs "nightly" (Norwegian time) on the Derby
> trunk. Currently only the following loads are included:
> 
>   * Single record operations: select, insert, update and delete of a single
>     record
> 
>   * "TPC-B like load"
> 
> I hope to be able to including some join tests soon. I am also working
> on trying to reduce some of "noise" from the test results (the
> variance in the results are too large). 
> 
> The most positive change in the performance has been on Select
> operation in client-server mode. Compared to the performance of the
> 10.1.1.0 release, Derby now performs almost 20 percent better on this
> particular load (a CPU reduction per transaction of about 25
> percent). This is mostly due to the performance improvements done by
> Dyre, Knut Anders and Dan (and possibly others).
> 
> Please note that if you look at some of the runs from several months
> ago there are data that indicates that there has been some large
> performance regressions. These are mostly due to changes in either the
> test clients or the test configurations (and should have been deleted
> from the graphs).
> 
> Feel free to post any comments you have or proposals for improvements.
> 
> ..olav
> 

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