Results for project Python 2.7, build date 2017-02-02 11:48:15 +0000
- commit: a889c5524520
- previous commit: 51e7c9b54f56
- revision date: 2017-02-01 20:53:03 +0000
- environment: Haswell-EP
- cpu: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2699 v3 @ 2.30GHz 2×18 cores, stepping 2, LLC 45 MB
- mem: 128 GB
- os: CentOS 7.1
- kernel: Linux 3.10.0-229.4.2.el7.x86_64
Baseline results were generated using release v2.7.10, with hash 15c95b7d81dc from 2015-05-23 16:02:14+00:00
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* Relative Standard Deviation (Standard Deviation/Average)
Note: Benchmark results for ssbench are measured in requests/second while all other are measured in seconds.
Subject Label Legend:
Attributes are determined based on the performance evolution of the workloads compared to the previous measurement iteration.
NEUTRAL: performance did not change by more than 1% for any workload
GOOD: performance improved by more than 1% for at least one workload and there is no regression greater than 1%
BAD: performance dropped by more than 1% for at least one workload and there is no improvement greater than 1%
UGLY: performance improved by more than 1% for at least one workload and also dropped by more than 1% for at least one workload
Our lab does a nightly source pull and build of the Python project and measures performance changes against the previous stable version and the previous nightly measurement. This is provided as a service to the community so that quality issues with current hardware can be identified quickly.
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