XSLT Benchmarking - XSLTMark II

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author Viktor Mašíček

This is presentation of Master Thesis "XSLT Benchmarking" on Faculty of Mathematics and Physics on Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic.

The aim of this work is a research on possibilities and limitations of XSLT benchmarking and a proposal of an extensible XSLT benchmark system. First of all, it is necessary to describe and compare existing versions of XSLT, to analyze existing XSLT benchmarking projects and to perform a study of current XSLT applications in general. The core of the work will be a proposal and implementation of own project that will solve selected open problems and disadvantages of the current projects, cover a wide range of XSLT use cases and enable user-defined parameterization and extensibility. The work will include suitable experiments with the existing XSLT processors using the proposed benchmark.



Next table contains links on reports of running XSLT Benchmarking with information about OS and Hardware on which it were running. Command line that was be used for running XSLT Benchmarking was "./run.bat -grcv --repeating 10" on Windows and "./run.sh -grcv --repeating 10" on Linux.

System Mem.addr. CPU RAM Download Online Spend time
Windows 7 Professional, SP1 64bit Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU, M560, 2.67GHz 8GB zip xml html 00:29:55
Windows 7 Home Premium, SP1 32bit AMD Athlon(tm) II X4 635 Processor, 2.90GHz 4GB zip xml html 00:34:00
Ubuntu 11.10 64bit Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU, M560, 2.67GHz 7GB zip xml html 00:57:49
Debian 6.0.4 64bit AMD Opteron(TM) Processor 6234, 2.70GHz 132GB zip xml html 00:46:26

updated: 5.4.2014