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Repository for reproducible benchmarking of database-like operations in single-node environment.
Benchmark report is available at h2oai.github.io/db-benchmark.
We focused mainly on portability and reproducibility. Benchmark is routinely re-run to present up-to-date timings. Most of solutions used are automatically upgraded to their stable or development versions.
This benchmark is meant to compare scalability both in data volume and data complexity.
Contribution and feedback are very welcome!

Tasks

  • groupby
  • join
  • groupby2014

Solutions

More solutions has been proposed. Status of those can be tracked in issues tracker of our project repository by using new solution label.

Reproduce

Batch benchmark run

  • edit path.env and set julia and java paths
  • if solution uses python create new virtualenv as $solution/py-$solution, example for pandas use virtualenv pandas/py-pandas --python=/usr/bin/python3.6
  • install every solution, follow $solution/setup-$solution.sh scripts
  • edit run.conf to define solutions and tasks to benchmark
  • generate data, for groupby use Rscript _data/groupby-datagen.R 1e7 1e2 0 0 to create G1_1e7_1e2_0_0.csv, re-save to binary format where needed (see below), create data directory and keep all data files there
  • edit _control/data.csv to define data sizes to benchmark using active flag
  • ensure SWAP is disabled and ClickHouse server is not yet running
  • start benchmark with ./run.sh

Single solution benchmark

  • install solution software
    • for python we recommend to use virtualenv for better isolation
    • for R ensure that library is installed in a solution subdirectory, so that library("dplyr", lib.loc="./dplyr/r-dplyr") or library("data.table", lib.loc="./datatable/r-datatable") works
    • note that some solutions may require another to be installed to speed-up csv data load, for example, dplyr requires data.table and similarly pandas requires (py)datatable
  • generate data using _data/*-datagen.R scripts, for example, Rscript _data/groupby-datagen.R 1e7 1e2 0 0 creates G1_1e7_1e2_0_0.csv, put data files in data directory
  • run benchmark for a single solution using ./_launcher/solution.R --solution=data.table --task=groupby --nrow=1e7
  • run other data cases by passing extra parameters --k=1e2 --na=0 --sort=0
  • use --quiet=true to suppress script's output and print timings only, using --print=question,run,time_sec specify columns to be printed to console, to print all use --print=*
  • use --out=time.csv to write timings to a file rather than console

Running script interactively

  • install software in expected location, details above
  • ensure data name to be used in env var below is present in ./data dir
  • source python virtual environment if needed
  • call SRC_DATANAME=G1_1e7_1e2_0_0 R, if desired replace R with python or julia
  • proceed pasting code from benchmark script

Extra care needed

  • cudf uses conda instead of virtualenv

Example environment

Acknowledgment

Timings for some solutions might be missing for particular data sizes or questions. Some functions are not yet implemented in all solutions so we were unable to answer all questions in all solutions. Some solutions might also run out of memory when running benchmark script which results the process to be killed by OS. Lastly we also added timeout for single benchmark script to run, once timeout value is reached script is terminated. Please check exceptions label in our repository for a list of issues/defects in solutions, that makes us unable to provide all timings. There is also no documentation label that lists issues that are blocked by missing documentation in solutions we are benchmarking.