JIT help

Advanced JIT options

<pypy> --jit [options] where options is a comma-separated list of OPTION=VALUE:

decay=N
amount to regularly decay counters by (0=none, 1000=max) (default 40)
disable_unrolling=N
after how many operations we should not unroll (default 200)
enable_opts=N
INTERNAL USE ONLY (MAY NOT WORK OR LEAD TO CRASHES): optimizations to enable, or all = intbounds:rewrite:virtualize:string:pure:earlyforce:heap:unroll (default all)
function_threshold=N
number of times a function must run for it to become traced from start (default 1619)
inlining=N
inline python functions or not (1/0) (default 1)
loop_longevity=N
a parameter controlling how long loops will be kept before being freed, an estimate (default 1000)
max_retrace_guards=N
number of extra guards a retrace can cause (default 15)
max_unroll_loops=N
number of extra unrollings a loop can cause (default 0)
max_unroll_recursion=N
how many levels deep to unroll a recursive function (default 7)
retrace_limit=N
how many times we can try retracing before giving up (default 0)
threshold=N
number of times a loop has to run for it to become hot (default 1039)
trace_eagerness=N
number of times a guard has to fail before we start compiling a bridge (default 200)
trace_limit=N
number of recorded operations before we abort tracing with ABORT_TOO_LONG (default 6000)
vec=N
turn on the vectorization optimization (vecopt). Supports x86 (SSE 4.1), powerpc (SVX), s390x SIMD (default 0)
vec_all=N
try to vectorize trace loops that occur outside of the numpypy library (default 0)
vec_cost=N
threshold for which traces to bail. Unpacking increases the counter, vector operation decrease the cost (default 0)
off
turn off the JIT
help
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The pypyjit module can be used to control the JIT from inside pypy