Website for graphing performance of rustc
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This is the website for Rust compiler performance monitoring. The website contains a backend to process the raw data and expose it to the frontend, which displays graphs to the user. contains the raw data from which rustc-perf pulls. runs elsewhere and performs the tests whose results rustc-perf displays, then pushes them to the timings repo.


sudo apt-get install apache2 git
git clone /var/www/html/
cd /var/www/html/rustc-perf
git clone data

The following lines in /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/000-default.conf allow the frontend in its current configuration to get data from the API.

The proxy_http module also needs to be enabled, which can be done via a2enmod proxy_http.

    ProxyPass /perf http://localhost:2346
    ProxyPassReverse /perf http://localhost:2346

The backend currently depends on a POST request being sent to the /perf/onpush URL (with above configuration) when new data is made available in the timings repo. This will intiate a git pull in the timings repo directory passed on startup.


It can be run with the following command from the backend directory:

cargo run --release ../data

Rust backend

The new Rust backend can be built with cargo build and tested with cargo test.