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From Mark Miller <markrmil...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Lucene website - benchmarks page
Date Thu, 27 Aug 2009 16:57:26 GMT
Sure - not a bad idea - need to remember to set autocommit to false on
2.4 though.

Not sure if there are any other fair settings -

Prob want to run it on decent hardware as well (eg mabye I shouldn't do
it with my 5200 rpm laptop drives).

note: I also think the wiki already has benchmark stuff too - and its
just as outdated :)

- Mark

Chris Hostetter wrote:
> pulling a crap doc fro mteh release seems sound to me.
>
> alternately: couldn't we just replace it with the output from the 
> contrib/benchmarker on some of the bigger tests (the full wikipedia ones) 
> comparing 2.4 with 2.9 ?
>
> then just make it a pre-release TODO item for the future: update that page 
> to reflect the benchmarks of the current release.
>
> : I would suggest we move it to the wiki (I think we can simply remove
> : the 1.2 and 1.3 benchmarks) and try to get a more recent benchmark
> : soon. In other words a benchmark page on the wiki could be maintained
> : by all users and commiters and would encurage people to publish their
> : results as the hurdle is not as high as it is if you wanna get
> : something on the official website.
> : I'm happy to add the page and encurage people on the user list to add
> : their benchmarks and performance experiences.
>
>
>
> -Hoss
>
>
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- Mark

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