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PyPy - Download and install
the Python2.7 compatible release — PyPy2.7 v6.0 — (what's new in PyPy2.7?)
py  compiler  perf 
october 2018 by cjitlal
24-core CPU and I can’t type an email (part one) | Random ASCII
This investigation included a lot of rabbit holes. Some were important (page tables), some were instructive (locks), and some were purely a waste of time (WMI details). I’ll talk more about these, and a vmmap bug, in a follow-up post. If you want more gory details – some of which ended up being wrong or irrelevant – you can follow the whole investigation at crbug.com/870054.
programming  chrome  perf  debug  code  craft  monitoring 
august 2018 by cjitlal
A Performance Cheat Sheet for PostgreSQL | Severalnines
Performance is one of the most important and most complex tasks when managing a database. It can be affected by the configuration, the hardware or even the design of the system. By default, PostgreSQL is configured with compatibility and stability in mind, since the performance depends a lot on the hardware and on our system itself. We can have a system with a lot of data being read but the information does not change frequently. Or we can have a system that writes continuously. For this reason, it is impossible to define a default configuration that works for all types of workloads.
postgres  perf  sql  db  cli  database 
june 2018 by cjitlal
Systems Performance Book
Systems Performance: Enterprise and the Cloud
book  perf  linux 
march 2018 by cjitlal
GitHub - google/grumpy: Grumpy is a Python to Go source code transcompiler and runtime.
grumpy - Grumpy is a Python to Go source code transcompiler and runtime.
py  tools  compiler  perf  golang 
february 2018 by cjitlal
Basic Tutorial — Cython 0.28a0 documentation
Now following the steps for the Hello World example we first rename the file to have a .pyx extension, lets say fib.pyx, then we create the setup.py file. Using the file created for the Hello World example, all that you need to change is the name of the Cython filename, and the resulting module name, doing this we have:

py  code  tools  compiler  perf 
february 2018 by cjitlal
DTrace for Linux 2016
With the final major capability for BPF tracing (timed sampling) merging in Linux 4.9-rc1, the Linux kernel now has raw capabilities similar to those provided by DTrace, the advanced tracer from Solaris. As a long time DTrace user and expert, this is an exciting milestone! On Linux, you can now analyze the performance of applications and the kernel using production-safe low-overhead custom tracing, with latency histograms, frequency counts, and more.

dtrace  sysadmin  monitoring  perf  tools  blog  toread  wiz 
may 2017 by cjitlal
SystemTap Beginners Guide
This guide provides basic instructions on how to use SystemTap to monitor different subsystems of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 in detail. The SystemTap Beginners Guide is recommended for users who have taken the RHCSA exam or have a similar level of expertise in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.
dtrace  sysadmin  monitor  trace  linux  perf 
may 2017 by cjitlal
Best Practices for Speeding Up Your Web Site - Yahoo Developer Network
The Exceptional Performance team has identified a number of best practices for making web pages fast.
webdev  ref  list  perf 
march 2017 by cjitlal
A Web Performance Primer
Reduce Required Requests Use CSS for Your Main Images Use a Faster Web Server Implement Caching Enable Compression Eliminate Plugins Use a Top Tier Host Us
webdev  perf  tut  toread 
august 2016 by cjitlal
A One-line CLI Bandwidth Test
There are plenty of speed test sites out there, but I like the simple things in life—like a command-line way of doing something that others do with F
tools  cli  tut  networking  perf  test  bandwidth 
august 2016 by cjitlal
High Performance Browser Networking (O'Reilly)
What every web developer must know about mobile networks, protocols, and APIs provided by browser to deliver the best user experience.
webdev  tut  perf  networking 
june 2016 by cjitlal
Prefetching, preloading, prebrowsing | CSS-Tricks
When we talk about front end performance we think things like concatenation, minification, caching, or gzipping assets on the server so that the page loads
webdev  css  server  html5  perf  responsive 
september 2015 by cjitlal

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