Thanks for the commands summary, Jonás!
By the way, I have to say that the results for Redis should be better:
> Here you have the commands to get all installed and so run the tests:
> On 1 jun, 16:05, Gustavo Narea <m...@gustavonarea.net> wrote:
> > Hi, everyone.
> > The next version of repoze.what will ship benchmarking tools for its
> > source adapters, so you could find what would be the fastest adapter for
> > your environment.
> > Believe it or not, the "fastest adapter" could change from one computer
> > to another. I've even found that on one computer, adapter A is ~20x
> > faster than adapter B, but on another computer, the difference lowers to
> > ~9x. So you could also use this to keep your adapters, but optimize them
> > if possible.
> > However, before releasing it, I'd love to get some feedback, and that's
> > why I'm writing. Here you'll learn how it
> > works:http://what.repoze.org/docs/1.x/Manual/ManagingSources.html#module-
> > repoze.what.adapters.benchmark
> > To install the latest revision:
> > $ svn cohttp://svn.repoze.org/repoze.what/branches/1.X/repoze.what
> > $ cd repoze.what
> > $ python setup.py develop
> > I wrote a benchmarking script which you can try too; it's available in
> > the /scripts/ folder and there's a README if you want to use it. I'll run
> > it on several computers and publish the results after the release, so
> > people could get an idea on what would be the faster adapter.
> > Thanks in advance!
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