Announcement: cppbench 0.2 released!

The second release of cppbench is here.  Cppbench is a open source C++ benchmark framework cppbench.  Someone on reddit suggested including user and system time.  After some research that seemed like a good idea, so here is a new release with some additional features. New Features include: Reporting of user and system time in addition […]

Posted on January 4, 2011 at 9:44 pm by Joe · Permalink · Leave a comment
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Announcement: cppbench released!

While working on the sqlite benchmarks, I ended up writing a lightweight C++ benchmark framework to make the task easier.  I thought other people might find it useful too.  Then to prepare it for other people to use I wrote documentation and did some cleanup. Some of the features include: Simplified BSD License High fidelity […]

Posted on December 22, 2010 at 10:30 am by Joe · Permalink · One Comment
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Some SQLite 3.7 Benchmarks

Since I wrote the benchmarks for insertions in my last post, SQLite 3.7 has been released. I figured it’d be interesting to see if 3.7 changed the situation at all. Prepared Statements The specific versions compared here are 3.6.23.1 and 3.7.3.  I ran the prepared statements benchmark as is without changing any source code.  Both […]

Posted on October 14, 2010 at 9:00 am by Joe · Permalink · 4 Comments
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Fast Bulk Inserts into SQLite

Background Sometimes it’s necessary to get information into a database quickly. SQLite is a light weight database engine that can be easily embedded in applications. This will cover the process of optimizing bulk inserts into an SQLite database. While this article focuses on SQLite some of the techniques shown here will apply to other databases. […]

Posted on August 10, 2010 at 10:11 am by Joe · Permalink · 17 Comments
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Nightly Benchmarks: Tracking Results with Codespeed

Background Codespeed is a project for tracking performance. I discovered it when the PyPy project started using Codespeed to track performance. Since then development has been done to make its setup easier and provide more display options. Anyway, two posts ago I talked about running nightly benchmarks with Hudson. Then in the previous post I […]

Posted on July 19, 2010 at 10:16 am by Joe · Permalink · Leave a comment
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