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[JAI-IMAGEIO] Benchmarking imageio-plugins

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Anonymous

Hi list.
I need to perform some benchmarks on several custom Image I/O plugins.
As an instance, I would like to know overhead, execution time and some
similar measurements when running a test which essentially computes an
ImageRead or something similar .

I taken a look on Jakarta JMeter, but it seems "server-oriented" or actually
I haven't the needed knowledge to properly use its capabilities (However,
all documentation explains how to test Web/FTP/WebServices/Databases... I
will investigate more deeply about Jmeter but I would like to know your
opinion).
I would like to benchmark only my plugin, given a set of different files
(having different sizes, formats, entropic content,...), without using it
from a webService or similar things to avoid introducing more layers which
could manipulate results.

Do someone know a valid tool (eventually a tool which also produces
tables/graphs/...) or a commonly used procedure to properly achieve this
task?

Any help would really appreciated.
Thank you very much.

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Best Regards,
Daniele
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Daniele Romagnoli

Hi...
Any news for me? :D

Sorry if I'm bothering you with my stupid question but your help could
really help me.

For the moment, I started using Jprobe.

Do someone know a more suitable tool?

Regards,
Daniele

On 9/1/07, Daniele Romagnoli wrote:
>
> Hi list.
> I need to perform some benchmarks on several custom Image I/O plugins.
> As an instance, I would like to know overhead, execution time and some
> similar measurements when running a test which essentially computes an
> ImageRead or something similar .
>
> I taken a look on Jakarta JMeter, but it seems "server-oriented" or
> actually I haven't the needed knowledge to properly use its capabilities
> (However, all documentation explains how to test
> Web/FTP/WebServices/Databases... I will investigate more deeply about Jmeter
> but I would like to know your opinion).
> I would like to benchmark only my plugin, given a set of different files
> (having different sizes, formats, entropic content,...), without using it
> from a webService or similar things to avoid introducing more layers which
> could manipulate results.
>
> Do someone know a valid tool (eventually a tool which also produces
> tables/graphs/...) or a commonly used procedure to properly achieve this
> task?
>
> Any help would really appreciated.
> Thank you very much.
>
> --
> Best Regards,
> Daniele
>
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robert engels

Write a simple test case that performs all image reads, and run the
test under JProfiler.

Also it is simple to write a testcase that tracks the user time
(which in a single user environment/machine) is usually sufficent,
and then just divide by the number of iterations.

Your question is a bit broad.

You need to identify just what it is you are trying to measure and why.

On Sep 6, 2007, at 2:39 PM, Daniele Romagnoli wrote:

> Hi...
> Any news for me? :D
>
> Sorry if I'm bothering you with my stupid question but your help
> could really help me.
>
> For the moment, I started using Jprobe.
>
> Do someone know a more suitable tool?
>
> Regards,
> Daniele
>
>
> On 9/1/07, Daniele Romagnoli wrote:
> Hi list.
> I need to perform some benchmarks on several custom Image I/O plugins.
> As an instance, I would like to know overhead, execution time and
> some similar measurements when running a test which essentially
> computes an ImageRead or something similar .
>
> I taken a look on Jakarta JMeter, but it seems "server-oriented" or
> actually I haven't the needed knowledge to properly use its
> capabilities (However, all documentation explains how to test Web/
> FTP/WebServices/Databases... I will investigate more deeply about
> Jmeter but I would like to know your opinion).
> I would like to benchmark only my plugin, given a set of different
> files (having different sizes, formats, entropic content,...),
> without using it from a webService or similar things to avoid
> introducing more layers which could manipulate results.
>
> Do someone know a valid tool (eventually a tool which also produces
> tables/graphs/...) or a commonly used procedure to properly achieve
> this task?
>
> Any help would really appreciated.
> Thank you very much.
>
> --
> Best Regards,
> Daniele
>

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