[sugar] Removing docstrings
C. Scott Ananian
Wed Aug 27 14:54:05 EDT 2008
On Wed, Aug 27, 2008 at 1:34 PM, Tomeu Vizoso <tomeu at tomeuvizoso.net> wrote:
> 3.0 MiB + 277.5 KiB = 3.3
> MiB /usr/bin/python2.5/usr/sbin/olpc-update-query--auto-s10
> Normal build:
> 3.3 MiB + 333.0 KiB = 3.6 MiB python/usr/bin/sugar-shell-service
> 103.9 MiB
You added an olpc-update-query in your first set of numbers (-OO), but
there wasn't one running in your 'normal' run. Also, your addition
seems to be off, probably because you are eliding other rows which
aren't actually matching up between runs. When I add the matching
columns that you included, I get 73.7M for -OO and 79.7M for 'normal',
for a 6M (~8%) savings.
> Had to backport two patches for -OO to work:
See also http://scipy.org/scipy/numpy/ticket/893, which contains a
patch we'd need to apply to numpy if we were to actually use -OO.
> As Scott wrote initially, we still need to dig a bit more in order to
> see all the tradeoffs in play here.
So far it seems we have "modest" memory savings (perhaps more as we
write more documentation!) -- I'd like to see numbers quantifying any
speed improvement (if any) which -OO provides, as well as the NAND
cost: how big are all those .pyo files?
Do folks think it's worth trying out -OO in joyride?
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