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Various toolset changes #5285

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@volyrique volyrique commented Dec 7, 2019

  • Update MongoDB to version 4.2
  • Improve the wrk build - extra optimizations and parallel compilation are enabled. Also, the system LuaJIT and OpenSSL versions are used, which reduces the build time.
  • Make the Travis CI tests more robust - there is no longer an assumption that MySQL and PostgreSQL are installed.

* Update MongoDB to version 4.2
* Improve the wrk build - extra optimizations and parallel
compilation are enabled. Also, the system LuaJIT and OpenSSL
versions are used, which reduces the build time.
* Make the Travis CI tests more robust - there is no longer
an assumption that MySQL and PostgreSQL are installed.
@nbrady-techempower nbrady-techempower merged commit b6d9b42 into TechEmpower:master Dec 8, 2019
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volyrique commented Dec 8, 2019

@nbrady-techempower This pull request needs to be mentioned in the list of changes for the next round - the MongoDB upgrade and the wrk optimizations are most probably going to affect the results.

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nbrady-techempower commented Dec 9, 2019

@volyrique Done. (Note MongoDB has already been mentioned bc it's had a major version update since last round)

tomciopp pushed a commit to tomciopp/FrameworkBenchmarks that referenced this issue Oct 21, 2020
* Update MongoDB to version 4.2
* Improve the wrk build - extra optimizations and parallel
compilation are enabled. Also, the system LuaJIT and OpenSSL
versions are used, which reduces the build time.
* Make the Travis CI tests more robust - there is no longer
an assumption that MySQL and PostgreSQL are installed.
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