- Dec 21, 2010
x10sdv-7tp8f-os:~/pybench/benchmarks$ python perf.py -r -v -b nqueens /usr/bin/python /usr/bin/python INFO:root:Automatically selected timer: time [1/1] nqueens... INFO:root:Running `/usr/bin/python performance/bm_nqueens.py -n 100 --timer time` INFO:root:Running `/usr/bin/python performance/bm_nqueens.py -n 100 --timer time` Report on Linux x10sdv-7tp8f-os 3.19.0-25-generic #26~14.04.1-Ubuntu SMP Fri Jul 24 21:16:20 UTC 2015 x86_64 x86_64 Total CPU cores: 32 ### nqueens ### Min: 0.174940 -> 0.175455: 1.00x slower Avg: 0.176207 -> 0.181227: 1.03x slower Significant (t=-2.25) Stddev: 0.00148 -> 0.02230: 15.1180x larger
Yea python is so widely used and I saw this even has a django benchmark. Just looking what this has, I liked it better than the old pybench script.About twice as fast as my dual X5675s. Interesting. Some of the other tests may be better than nqueens as well. The tool is pretty good, has the ability to bind to chips, etc. So you could use against 1 core of a chip to look at single thread performance.
Or that could just be the machine name. Who knows.... Hardware pron threadInteresting. X10SDV-7Tp8F? Xeon D-1587? 16 core/32 thread? 65W TDP? Board listed on the early-stock drop-ship bandit sites well north of $2K.