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Re^2: code optimization

by Anonymous Monk
on Nov 04, 2011 at 01:39 UTC ( #935813=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: code optimization
in thread code optimization

I always roll my own benchmark. I dont trust benchmarking perl modules.

Why?


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Re^3: code optimization
by patcat88 (Deacon) on Nov 04, 2011 at 14:50 UTC
    Profilers can lead to false optimizations because your measuring the overhead of recording the timings (OS interrupts/OS calls/context switches/mutex hits/evals/method resolution) or 1 run if the func is below the OS timer resolution. I took nytprof to these subs and nytprof changed which is the fastest sub which is no good.

      Profilers can lead to false optimizations because your measuring the overhead of recording the timings (OS interrupts/OS calls/context switches/mutex hits/evals/method resolution) or 1 run if the func is below the OS timer resolution. I took nytprof to these subs and nytprof changed which is the fastest sub which is no good.

      Well, Benchmark isn't exactly a profiler, and reinventing Benchmark seems like a particularly pedestrian thing to reinvent, and the overhead is accounted for

      But, regarding NYTProf, I don't get the argument, its not as if it is Benchmark :)

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