dragon-code/benchmark

Simple comparison of code execution speed between different options

v2.3.0 2023-06-02 08:25 UTC

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the dragon code benchmark

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Installation

To get the latest version of The Dragon Code: Benchmark, simply require the project using Composer:

composer require dragon-code/benchmark --dev

Or manually update require-dev block of composer.json and run composer update console command:

{
    "require-dev": {
        "dragon-code/benchmark": "^2.0"
    }
}

Using

Note

The result of the execution is printed to the console, so make sure you call the code from the console.

use DragonCode\Benchmark\Benchmark;

(new Benchmark())->compare(
    fn () => /* some code */,
    fn () => /* some code */,
);

(new Benchmark())->compare([
    fn () => /* some code */,
    fn () => /* some code */,
]);

(new Benchmark())->compare([
    'foo' => fn () => /* some code */,
    'bar' => fn () => /* some code */,
]);

Result example:

 ------- --------------------- -------------------- 
  #       0                     1                   
 ------- --------------------- -------------------- 
  1       0.0101 ms - 64.8Kb    0.0014 ms - 13.7Kb  
  2       0.0099 ms - 59.5Kb    0.0011 ms - 12.9Kb  
  3       0.0014 ms - 59.1Kb    0.001 ms - 12.5Kb   
  4       0.0012 ms - 58.8Kb    0.0011 ms - 12.2Kb  
  5       0.0012 ms - 58.4Kb    0.0011 ms - 11.8Kb  
  6       0.0011 ms - 58Kb      0.001 ms - 11.4Kb   
  7       0.0011 ms - 57.6Kb    0.001 ms - 11Kb     
  8       0.0011 ms - 57.3Kb    0.001 ms - 10.7Kb   
  9       0.0012 ms - 56.6Kb    0.001 ms - 10Kb     
          ...
  100     0.0011 ms - 14.8Kb    0.0011 ms - 4.1Kb   
 ------- --------------------- -------------------- 
  min     0.001 ms - 14.8Kb     0.001 ms - 4.1Kb    
  max     0.0101 ms - 64.8Kb    0.0026 ms - 13.7Kb  
  avg     0.00122 ms - 47.5Kb   0.0016 ms - 4.1Kb   
  total   0.7998 ms - 64.8Kb    0.6156 ms - 50.9Kb  
 ------- --------------------- -------------------- 
  Order   - 1 -                 - 2 -               
 ------- --------------------- -------------------- 

When measuring the average value among the results, when more than 10 iterations are used, the final data is filtered by peak values. The calculation of the 10% of the lowest and 10% of the highest values is excluded from the total result, thus the final data becomes cleaner and less dependent on any external factors.

Iterations Count

By default, the benchmark performs 100 iterations per callback, but you can change this number by calling the iterations method:

use DragonCode\Benchmark\Benchmark;

(new Benchmark())
    ->iterations(5)
    ->compare(
        fn () => /* some code */,
        fn () => /* some code */,
    );

If the passed value is less than 1, then one iteration will be performed for each callback.

 ------- --------------------- --------------------- 
  #       0                     1                    
 ------- --------------------- --------------------- 
  1       0.0077 ms - 64.8Kb    0.0015 ms - 57.3Kb   
  2       0.0023 ms - 59.5Kb    0.0013 ms - 56.5Kb   
  3       0.0013 ms - 59.1Kb    0.0012 ms - 56.1Kb   
  4       0.0012 ms - 58.8Kb    0.0011 ms - 55.8Kb   
  5       0.0011 ms - 58.4Kb    0.0011 ms - 55.4Kb   
 ------- --------------------- --------------------- 
  min     0.0011 ms - 58.4Kb    0.0011 ms - 55.4Kb   
  max     0.0077 ms - 64.8Kb    0.0015 ms - 57.3Kb   
  avg     0.00272 ms - 60.1Kb   0.00124 ms - 56.2Kb  
  total   0.2453 ms - 64.8Kb    0.1105 ms - 57.3Kb   
 ------- --------------------- --------------------- 
  Order   - 2 -                 - 1 -                
 ------- --------------------- --------------------- 

Without Data

If you want to see only the summary result of the run time without detailed information for each iteration, then you can call the withoutData method, which will display only the summary information:

use DragonCode\Benchmark\Benchmark;

(new Benchmark())
    ->withoutData()
    ->compare([
        'foo' => fn () => /* some code */,
        'bar' => fn () => /* some code */,
    ]);

Result example:

 ------- ------------------- ------------------- 
  #       foo                 bar                  
 ------- ------------------- ------------------- 
  min     12.02 ms - 58.4Kb   14.71 ms - 55.4Kb  
  max     15.66 ms - 64.8Kb   15.67 ms - 57.3Kb  
  avg     14.65 ms - 60.1Kb   15.17 ms - 56.2Kb  
  total   73.93 ms - 64.8Kb   76.31 ms - 57.3Kb  
 ------- ------------------- ------------------- 
  Order   - 1 -               - 2 -              
 ------- ------------------- ------------------- 

Note

If the option to display detailed information is enabled (without using the withoutData method) and more than 1000 iterations are requested, then the output of detailed information will be forcibly disabled, since there will be absolutely no point in it with a significantly increasing load on the computer.

Round Precision

By default, the script does not round measurement results, but you can specify the number of decimal places to which rounding can be performed.

For example:

use DragonCode\Benchmark\Benchmark;

(new Benchmark())
    ->iterations(5)
    ->round(2)
    ->compare(
        fn () => /* some code */,
        fn () => /* some code */,
    );

Result example:

 ------- ------------------ ------------------ 
  #       0                  1                 
 ------- ------------------ ------------------ 
  1       11.85 ms - 0b      15.22 ms - 0b     
  2       14.56 ms - 0b      14.94 ms - 0b     
  3       15.4 ms - 0b       14.99 ms - 0b     
  4       15.3 ms - 0b       15.24 ms - 0b     
  5       14.76 ms - 0b      15.14 ms - 0b     
 ------- ------------------ ------------------ 
  min     11.85 ms - 0b      14.94 ms - 0b     
  max     15.4 ms - 0b       15.24 ms - 0b     
  avg     14.37 ms - 0b      15.11 ms - 0b     
  total   73.47 ms - 6.8Kb   76.03 ms - 2.3Kb  
 ------- ------------------ ------------------ 
  Order   - 1 -              - 2 -             
 ------- ------------------ ------------------ 

Prepare Data

In some cases, it becomes necessary to call some action before starting each check cycle so that its time does not fall into the result of the runtime check. There is a prepare method for this:

use DragonCode\Benchmark\Benchmark;

(new Benchmark())
    ->prepare(fn () => /* some code */)
    ->compare(
        fn () => /* some code */,
        fn () => /* some code */,
    );

When calling a callback, the name and iteration parameters are passed to it. If necessary, you can use this information inside the callback function.

use DragonCode\Benchmark\Benchmark;

(new Benchmark())
    ->prepare(fn (mixed $name, int $iteration) => /* some code */)
    ->compare(
        fn () => /* some code */,
        fn () => /* some code */,
    );

Information

 ------- ------------------ ------------------ 
  #       foo                bar                 
 ------- ------------------ ------------------ 
  1       11.33 ms - 0b      14.46 ms - 0b     
  2       14.63 ms - 0b      14.8 ms - 0b      
  3       14.72 ms - 0b      15.02 ms - 0b     
  4       15.28 ms - 0b      15.04 ms - 0b     
  N+1     15.03 ms - 0b      15.09 ms - 0b     
 ------- ------------------ ------------------ 
  min     11.33 ms - 0b      14.46 ms - 0b     
  max     15.28 ms - 0b      15.09 ms - 0b     
  avg     14.2 ms - 0b       14.88 ms - 0b     
  total   71.62 ms - 6.8Kb   75.12 ms - 2.3Kb  
 ------- ------------------ ------------------ 
  Order   - 1 -              - 2 -             
 ------- ------------------ ------------------ 
  • foo, bar - The names of the columns in the passed array. Needed for identification. By default, the array index is used, starting from zero. For example, 1, 2, 3,.. N+1.
  • 1, 2, 3, ..., N+1 - Verification iteration sequence number.
  • 11.33 ms - Execution time of the checked code in one iteration.
  • 0b, 6.8Kb, etc. - The amount of RAM used by the checked code.
  • min - Minimum code processing time.
  • max - Maximum code processing time.
  • avg - The arithmetic mean value among all iterations, taking into account the elimination of 10% of the smallest and 10% of the largest values to obtain a more accurate value through the possible intervention of external factors.
  • total - The total time and RAM spent on checking all iterations of the code.

License

This package is licensed under the MIT License.