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Author nascheme
Recipients methane, nascheme, tim.peters
Date 2021-03-01.23:46:13
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I was curious about the performance impact on a non-AMD64 platform.  I run pyperformance using an AWS t4g.micro instance.  That's an ARM64 CPU.  I did four sets of runs in total and the results seem repeatable, even given the vitalization.  I don't know why xml_etree_iterparse is significantly slower.  Seems like a spurious anomaly.

I was going to try on a m6g.metal instance (bare metal, no virtualization) by my AWS account doesn't allow that many vCPUs it seems.
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