Opened 9 years ago
Closed 9 years ago
#13361 closed enhancement (fixed)
Report startuptime exclusive children
Reported by: | vbraun | Owned by: | tbd |
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Priority: | major | Milestone: | sage-5.4 |
Component: | performance | Keywords: | |
Cc: | Merged in: | sage-5.4.beta2 | |
Authors: | Volker Braun | Reviewers: | John Palmieri |
Report Upstream: | N/A | Work issues: | |
Branch: | Commit: | ||
Dependencies: | Stopgaps: |
Description (last modified by )
Right now sage -startuptime
reports startup time including children. This isn't particularly useful since that just means that the first module (which loads most of sage as dependencies) is the slowest. The more meaningful number is exclusive children, which can tell us if the module does computations during initialization.
- Apply trac_13361_startuptime.patch to the scripts (
SAGE_LOCAL/bin
) repository. - Apply trac_13361_startuptime_args.patch and trac_13361-root-referee.patch to the root repository.
- Apply trac_13361_fix_test.patch and trac_13361-sagelib-referee.patch to the Sage library
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Now with disabled garbage collector (it did skew timings) and with optional argument a module that you want to know more about:
[vbraun@laptop sage]$ sage -startuptime sage.geometry.fan ======================================================================== == Slowest modules importing sage.geometry.fan ========================= exclude/ms include/ms #parents module name 0.115 51.405 3 sage.geometry.all 0.224 0.246 1 sage.schemes.toric.library 0.332 0.398 1 sage.geometry.triangulation.fan_refinement 0.383 0.471 2 sage.geometry.fan_morphism 0.560 0.782 3 sage.schemes.toric.variety == Slowest modules imported by sage.geometry.fan ======================= exclude/ms include/ms #parents module name 0.533 2.509 19 collections 0.607 67.336 5 sage.combinat.posets.posets 0.631 140.774 51 sage.misc.all 0.734 49.422 5 sage.geometry.cone 0.772 2.777 4 sage.geometry.lattice_polytope 1.121 1.124 175 sage.misc.abstract_method 1.247 1.247 180 sage.misc.lazy_attribute 1.304 65.086 230 sage.rings.all 1.332 1.332 63 copy 3.837 5.491 218 sage.misc.sageinspect == module sage.geometry.fan ============================================ Time to import: 0.751ms Cumulative time: 0.823ms Names: fan, sage.geometry.fan
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New patch has better handling of ambiguous command line argument and prints module file.
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- Reviewers set to John Palmieri
Two questions:
- would it be useful to be able to sort by times including children (keeping the default as is) by specifying a command-line argument? (I don't know the answer to this one.)
- should the usage
sage --startuptime [modulename]
be documented insage --advanced
and indevel/sage/doc/en/reference/options.rst
? (I think the answer to this one is "yes". See the attached referee patches.)
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I don't think there is much point in the inclusive startup time, that just tells you which library was imported first (and then pulled in a lot of sage modules for the first time). Thats why the old startuptime always showed a ridiculously long time for sage.algebras.iwahori_hecke_algebra
despite this being a very lightweight module.
Thanks for the referee patches, they look great!
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Oops, we missed one thing: the test in tests/startup.py has to be rewritten to take into account the changed output of sage --startuptime
. (This will only make a difference when testing on sage.math.)
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I've added to my referee's patch to fix the doctest in tests/startup.py. Also, now if the test fails, it prints how long sage --startuptime
took, instead of just returning False
.
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Hmm a hostname-dependent doctest ;-)
Thanks for the patch, looks good!
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- Resolution set to fixed
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Initial patch