[rt-devel] REST performance drop after upgrade from 4.2.9 to 4.2.10
alexmv at bestpractical.com
Tue Mar 31 13:54:30 EDT 2015
On Tue, 31 Mar 2015 10:58:02 +0200 Christian Loos <cloos at netcologne.de>
> Am 30.03.2015 um 19:25 schrieb Alex Vandiver:
> > I'm not aware of any intentional changes in REST between 4.2.9 and
> > 4.2.10 -- which implies that the performance drop is due to
> > second-order changes.
> > What is the content of the REST request? If you start up a
> > single-threaded server with Devel::NYTProf on it and make the REST
> > request, where does it say the time is being spent?
> > - Alex
> I have done this:
> sudo perl -d:NYTProf /opt/rt4/sbin/rt-server --server Standalone --port 8080
> wget http://localhost:8080/REST/1.0/ticket/10587/history?format=l
> nytprofhtml --open
> Attached the nytprofhtml output for
> As I'm not familiar with NYTProf I'm not sure if this is the correct
> output you want.
> If not, it would be great if you can provide details steps to profile
> the REST call.
You've profiled the right thing, but not looked at the correct output
from NYTProf. Namely, all this says is "7.24s were spent
in /REST/1.0/show". You'll need to drill down into there to find out
where the time is spent.
Since you're looking for a regression, I suggest you profile both
4.2.10 and 4.2.9 (using the same steps you did above) and explore both
profile outputs in parallel, looking for where the extra 2.5s is coming
As a side note, 100k is pushing what should be sent to rt-devel. If
you need to share the nytprof outputs, please put the generated HTML
trees on a webserver and provide a link.
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