• ojan@chromium.org's avatar
    Simplify the magnitude-perf test harness · 8559e088
    ojan@chromium.org authored
    Reviewed by Ryosuke Niwa.
    -Remove the chromium.Interval stuff. This API no longer exists.
    -Reduce the number of iterations to 8.
    -Start magnitude at 1 instead of 0.
    -Remove all the iterationsPerRun junk. This complexity was not achieving the goal of
    reducing flakiness.
    With these changes, the perf tests are not flaky for me locally.
    I ran all the perf tests with --iterations=100 and had no failures,
    All the complexity was increasing flakiness.
    This also reduces the runtime of the tests by >2x.
    * perf/adding-radio-buttons.html:
    This test is clearly linear. It should never have been marked constant.
    The patch that landed it was fixing an n^2 behavior.
    * perf/array-binary-search.html:
    Search for the first item in the array so that the search is always actually log n.
    * perf/nested-combined-selectors.html:
    Now that we run fewer iterations, we don't need to artificially limit this test.
    * resources/magnitude-perf.js:
    git-svn-id: http://svn.webkit.org/repository/webkit/trunk@130337 268f45cc-cd09-0410-ab3c-d52691b4dbfc