Benchmarking harnesses for a more modern nofib?
carter.schonwald at gmail.com
Tue Apr 5 15:59:30 UTC 2016
The cause of the initial blowup was adding the vector test suite to the
normal cabal file, in both 0O and O2 forms. This was done so that fusion
rules based bugs wouldn't lie in hiding for years.
It sounds like the issues that resulted in built blowup are fixed in 8.0.
My guess is it's a combination of some type class coercion / equality
manipulation getting better plus other improvements in 8.0, both.
On Tuesday, April 5, 2016, Dominic Steinitz <dominic at steinitz.org> wrote:
> Ryan Newton <rrnewton <at> gmail.com> writes:
> > Hi all, Is anyone currently working in, or interested in helping
> > with, a new benchmark suite for Haskell? Perhaps, packaging up
> > existing apps and app benchmarks into a new benchmark suite that
> > gives a broad picture of Haskell application performance today?
> I am very interested. I recently encountered a serious performance
> regression from 7.8 to 7.10 which seems to be fixed in 8.0. Now it's
> not clear whether this was a library change or ghc itself. I suspect
> the latter but given the performance is better in 8.0, I was not
> motivated to confirm this.
> I am happy to wrap up my example in whatever format but note that it
> does pull in quite a few libraries.
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