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Convert iai benchmark output to CSV
Simple tool to read iai output and produce CSV. It can read multiple versions of a file from Git history and produce a CSV file that summarizes the changes.
Installation and usage
cargo binstall iai-parse || cargo install iai-parse
For every commit you want to benchmark, run your iai benchmarks, save the output to a file, and commit it. For example:
❯ cargo bench --quiet iai | tee iai-output.txt iai_bench1 Instructions: 358 (No change) L1 Accesses: 402 (No change) L2 Accesses: 4 (No change) RAM Accesses: 28 (No change) Estimated Cycles: 1402 (No change) ❯ git commit --amend --no-edit iai-output.txt
(I put “iai” in the name of all my iai benchmarks so I can easily limit bench runs to just them.)
iai-parse on the revisions you care about to get a CSV file with a summary
of the changes:
❯ iai-parse -r main..my_branch iai-output.txt benchmark,parameter,4a1953a First change,4cbe905 Second change iai_escape_text_clean_small,Instructions,401,358 iai_escape_text_clean_small,L1 Accesses,404,402 iai_escape_text_clean_small,L2 Accesses,4,3 iai_escape_text_clean_small,RAM Accesses,30,29 iai_escape_text_clean_small,Estimated Cycles,1498,1432
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