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From Matthew Hall <>
Subject Re: Lucene website - benchmarks page
Date Thu, 27 Aug 2009 17:09:45 GMT
Sorry to interject, but I think that the most useful thing that could be 
done to this page would be the creation of a standard benchmark test 
suite that someone could simply download and run on own systems.

That way the benchmarking numbers for all users could be easily compared 
between boxes etc... etc.

Perhaps a simple modification of the lucene demo that includes some sort 
of .. largish data source to index, and then a configured number of 
searches run against that corpus with known parameters?  (yes you could 
in fact go alot further than this, but I figure its a start)

All users would have to do is download the somewhat large tar, and then 
run some sort of test harness script that was included, and then post 
their results.

I'm sure its not feasible to do something like this with the current 
release schedule, but I think it would be nice to have.


Chris Hostetter wrote:
> : Prob want to run it on decent hardware as well (eg mabye I shouldn't do
> : it with my 5200 rpm laptop drives).
> as long as both are run on the same hardware, and the page lists the 
> hardware, it's the relative numbers that matter the most.
> -Hoss
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Matthew Hall
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Mouse Genome Informatics
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