Php VS Perl benchmarks

Current benchmark data was generated on Mon Feb 06 2023, full log can be found HERE

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[x86_64][2 cores] Intel(R) Xeon(R) Platinum 8272CL CPU @ 2.60GHz (Model 85)

* -m in a file name stands for multi-threading or multi-processing

* -i in a file name stands for direct intrinsics usage. (Usage of simd intrinsics via libraries is not counted)

* -ffi in a file name stands for non-stdlib FFI usage

* (You may find time < time(user) + time(sys) for some non-parallelized programs, the overhead is from GC or JIT compiler, which are allowed to take advantage of multi-cores as that's more close to real-world scenarios.)

binarytrees

Input: 18

lang code time stddev peak-mem mem time(user) time(sys) compiler compiler/runtime
perl 1.pl timeout 0.0ms 77.5MB 4947ms 37ms perl 5.36.0
php 1.php timeout 0.0ms 141.1MB 4947ms 33ms php 8.2.2

Input: 15

lang code time stddev peak-mem mem time(user) time(sys) compiler compiler/runtime
php 1.php 871ms 44ms 62.3MB 820ms 20ms php 8.2.2
perl 1.pl 2201ms 12ms 14.1MB 2187ms 0ms perl 5.36.0

helloworld

Input: QwQ

lang code time stddev peak-mem mem time(user) time(sys) compiler compiler/runtime
perl 1.pl 3.3ms 0.7ms 3.8MB 0ms 0ms perl 5.36.0
php 1.php 59ms 3.1ms 50.7MB 28ms 12ms php 8.2.2

merkletrees

Input: 17

lang code time stddev peak-mem mem time(user) time(sys) compiler compiler/runtime
php 1.php timeout 0.0ms 112.9MB 4957ms 23ms php 8.2.2

Input: 15

lang code time stddev peak-mem mem time(user) time(sys) compiler compiler/runtime
php 1.php 1201ms 7.7ms 66.4MB 1167ms 17ms php 8.2.2