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Lucene example source code file (Points.java)

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arraylist, arraylist, config, config, list, perftask, points, points, taskstats, taskstats, util

The Lucene Points.java source code

package org.apache.lucene.benchmark.byTask.stats;

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import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.List;

import org.apache.lucene.benchmark.byTask.tasks.PerfTask;
import org.apache.lucene.benchmark.byTask.utils.Config;

 * Test run data points collected as the test proceeds.
public class Points {

  // stat points ordered by their start time. 
  // for now we collect points as TaskStats objects.
  // later might optimize to collect only native data.
  private ArrayList<TaskStats> points = new ArrayList();

  private int nextTaskRunNum = 0;

  private TaskStats currentStats;

   * Create a Points statistics object. 
  public Points (Config config) {

   * Return the current task stats.
   * the actual task stats are returned, so caller should not modify this task stats. 
   * @return current {@link TaskStats}.
  public List<TaskStats> taskStats () {
    return points;

   * Mark that a task is starting. 
   * Create a task stats for it and store it as a point.
   * @param task the starting task.
   * @return the new task stats created for the starting task.
  public synchronized TaskStats markTaskStart (PerfTask task, int round) {
    TaskStats stats = new TaskStats(task, nextTaskRunNum(), round);
    this.currentStats = stats;
    return stats;

  public TaskStats getCurrentStats() {
    return currentStats;
  // return next task num
  private synchronized int nextTaskRunNum() {
    return nextTaskRunNum++;
   * mark the end of a task
  public synchronized void markTaskEnd (TaskStats stats, int count) {
    int numParallelTasks = nextTaskRunNum - 1 - stats.getTaskRunNum();
    // note: if the stats were cleared, might be that this stats object is 
    // no longer in points, but this is just ok.
    stats.markEnd(numParallelTasks, count);

   * Clear all data, prepare for more tests.
  public void clearData() {


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