[sf-perl] Perl installation performance benchmark

Shlomi Fish shlomif at shlomifish.org
Thu May 26 19:21:02 PDT 2022

Hi David!

On Thu, 26 May 2022 18:07:13 -0700
David Christensen <dpchrist at holgerdanske.com> wrote:

> sanfrancisco-pm:
> I have Perl installed on various x86_64 (amd64) architecture machines -- 
> Windows/ Cygwin, macOS, GNU/Linux, and FreeBSD.  I am looking for a 
> simple multi-platform benchmark that I can use to gauge performance of a 
> Perl installation on any supported platform -- e.g. something like 'time 
> perl benchmark.pl' or 'make benchmark'.  (I can use additional tools to 
> "dig deeper".)  It would be best if the benchmark only required core 
> Perl and if the benchmark supported versions released over the past 
> decade or so.  I use threads for concurrency, so it would be nice if the 
> benchmark included an option for that (e.g. '-j=4' or 'export 
> HARNESS_OPTIONS=j4').  Any suggestions?

Perhaps my
will be acceptable.



-- Shlomi

> TIA,
> David
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