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Journal of koobla (6274)

Wednesday October 12, 2005
01:12 AM

ARM Parrot benchmarks II

[ #27129 ]
A little bit more detail: Parrot 0.3.0

1803 root        300 S   time ./parrot examples/benchmarks/primes2.pasm
1804 root       4476 R   ./parrot examples/benchmarks/primes2.pasm
1805 root       4476 S   ./parrot examples/benchmarks/primes2.pasm
1806 root       4476 S   ./parrot examples/benchmarks/primes2.pasm
1807 root       4476 S   ./parrot examples/benchmarks/primes2.pasm

root@tinypxa263:/var/tmp/parrot-0.3.0# time ./parrot examples/benchmarks/primes2.pasm
N primes calculated to 5000 is 670
last is: 4999
57.10user 33.41system 1:31.05elapsed 99%CPU (0avgtext+0avgdata 0maxresident)k
0inputs+0outputs (0major+0minor)pagefaults 0swaps

Perl 5.8.4:

1817 root        300 S   time perl examples/benchmarks/
1818 root       1672 R   perl examples/benchmarks/

root@tinypxa263:/var/tmp/parrot-0.3.0# time perl examples/benchmarks/
N primes calculated to 5000 is 670
last is: 4999
76.65user 109.20system 3:06.27elapsed 99%CPU (0avgtext+0avgdata 0maxresident)k
0inputs+0outputs (0major+0minor)pagefaults 0swaps

C compiled:

root@tinypxa263:/var/tmp/parrot-0.3.0/examples/benchmarks# gcc primes2.c -o primes2
time root@tinypxa263:/var/tmp/parrot-0.3.0/examples/benchmarks# time primes2
N primes calculated to 10000 is 1230
last is: 9973
13.53user 0.03system 0:13.57elapsed 99%CPU (0avgtext+0avgdata 0maxresident)k
0inputs+0outputs (0major+0minor)pagefaults 0swaps

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  • Your C code searched a different (larger) space than the Perl and Parrot versions.

    And you used only a single space in each.

    Suggestion: run the test for spaces 1e4, 2e4, and 3e4 for all three languages. Then we can do some comparisons.

    For additional bonus bring in Python and Ruby, maybe even Java.

    For additional additional bonus, do not compare only running times but also memory use and "executable" (whatever that means for each language) sizes.

    • well - as I stated beforehand, the tests are preliminary to get a first impression anyway. For what we will try (oo framework for gui programming) I will have to set up a more elaborate test case anyway. What I am looking for is the performance when the instruction and data caches start to overflow (at 32kb each, this should happen rather soon). Then I will have real performance data :) btw, the numbers in the "ps" shows the sizes: 4.7M for parrot, 1.6M for perl.