[Qgis-developer] Benchmarking / optimization
marco.hugentobler at sourcepole.ch
Fri Dec 9 08:48:06 EST 2011
Wow, there are a lot of performance critical changes, even with the
postgresql layers. Thank you very much for the useful qgis_bench, it is
now much easier to make performance tests when implementing a new feature.
A real killer feature would be to have an application that takes a
project and a source tree, runs all the revisions in master branch and
outputs the times for the revisions in a csv file.
On 09.12.2011 11:21, Radim Blazek wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 7, 2011 at 6:12 PM, Mayeul Kauffmann
> <mayeul.kauffmann at free.fr> wrote:
>> You may try to use http://sourceforge.net/projects/osm2postgresql/
>> to test with huge OSM datasets.
>> I'm doing this daily on continental extracts (and planning to do this on
>> planet.osm soon). (Do NOT try to import full planet.osm with
>> osm2postgresql_04.sh, next version will be released soon).
>> Rendering when zoomed in a lot is OK, but I would not try to zoom out to
> I am using some OSM data (osm_administrative in the chart), smaller
> areas only for now because I have to repeat each test many time and
> work with average to get repeatable results. OSM is very good source
> of real data.
> I have added PostGIS and SQLite providers and categorized renderer.
> Interesting are opposite effects of some commits on PostGIS provider,
> e.g. roads_graph-pg-categ x roads_graph-pg-sinsym and also pg x shp,
> eg. roads_graph-pg-sinsym x roads_graph-shp-sinsym.
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Dr. Marco Hugentobler
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