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authorJeff King <peff@peff.net>2019-05-02 21:45:09 (GMT)
committerJunio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>2019-05-05 05:03:57 (GMT)
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t/perf: add perf script for partial clones
We don't cover the partial clone feature at all in t/perf. Let's at least run a few basic tests so that we'll notice any regressions. We'll do a no-blob clone, and split it into two parts: the actual object transfer, and the subsequent checkout (which will of course require another transfer to get the blobs). That will help us more clearly assess the performance of each. There are obviously a lot more possibilities besides just a no-blob partial clone, but this should serve as a canary that alerts us to any generic slow-downs (and we can add more tests later for cases that aren't exercised here). There are a few non-ideal things here that make this not an entirely accurate test, but are probably OK for our purposes: 1. We have to do some extra prep/cleanup work inside the timing tests, since they impact the on-disk state and the perf harness may run each one multiple times. In practice this is probably OK, since these bits should be much less expensive than the operations we are measuring. 2. The clone time is likely to be dominated by the server's object enumeration. In the real world, a repo large enough to drive people to partial clones is likely to have reachability bitmaps enabled. And in the opposite direction, our object transfer is happening at the speed of a local pipe, whereas in the real world it would bottle-neck on the network. So any percentage speedups should be taken with a grain of salt. But hopefully any regressions will produce enough of an effect to be noticeable. This script also demonstrates the recent improvement from dfa33a298d (clone: do faster object check for partial clones, 2019-04-19): Test dfa33a298d^ dfa33a298d ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5600.2: clone without blobs 18.41(22.72+1.09) 6.83(11.65+0.50) -62.9% 5600.3: checkout of result 1.82(3.24+0.26) 1.84(3.24+0.26) +1.1% Signed-off-by: Jeff King <peff@peff.net> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <gitster@pobox.com>
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