CodeTools proposal: "jdk-microbenchmarks"
jonathan.gibbons at oracle.com
Thu Aug 24 21:09:07 UTC 2017
This seems like a good addition to the Code Tools world.
On 08/24/2017 02:01 PM, Eric Caspole wrote:
> Name: jdk-microbenchmarks
> Summary: A collection of JMH  based microbenchmarks focused on the
> JDK APIs and JVM functionality.
> Proposed by: Eric Caspole
> There is not yet any similar collection of JMH benchmarks in OpenJDK,
> and we have a collection of >200 microbenchmarks covering some of the
> JDK API that we could place into OpenJDK from earlier closed jdk work.
> We have seen that JDK developers create useful JMH based micros in the
> course of their work, but since there is no well known place to save
> and reuse them, they are forgotten or discarded after a bug is fixed
> etc, but these micros could be reused for regression testing.
> This collection of microbenchmarks is intended to remain focused on
> JDK APIs and JVM features primarily for the current release and the
> upcoming release in development. At some future time this collection
> may be used in release performance/regression testing.
> We would like to place this as a OpenJDK/codetools sub-project.
>  - http://openjdk.java.net/projects/code-tools/jmh/
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