ESP32 IDF Benchmark

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ESP32 IDF Benchmark

Postby fasani » Mon Oct 07, 2019 4:08 pm

I'm starting very slowly, since is hard to find time, a ESP32 Benchmark code for IDF

https://github.com/martinberlin/ESP32-benchmark

I will love to receive ideas, for example, to do interesting benchmarks that can also be compiled and uploaded in the coming soon ESP32S2 board with one LX7 Core.

So far in my list:
  • - Compression (Brotli, maybe GZIP)
    - Doing things while WiFi load (UDP / TCP)
    - Sending data via RMT (Addressable LEDs for example)
    - Reading / Writing in SPIFFs
    - Simple benchmarks
    - Any other idea?
Has someone already did something in this direction?
I've seen Arduino Benchmarks but I'm more interested in ESP32 WiFi and processing capabilities at the same time that go by far faster than on Atmel AVR chips
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Re: ESP32 IDF Benchmark

Postby nicolasmm » Fri Jan 31, 2020 7:54 pm

Maybe you could test the encryption capabilities in HTTPS or something like that.

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Re: ESP32 IDF Benchmark

Postby fasani » Tue May 26, 2020 5:48 am

Thanks Nicola,

I'm actually building my first Epaper driver with Espressif's IDF so that will give me a steep learning curve. So when I get there I will retake this again and add your request to the list although I don't have any idea how to measure this, I guess opening an HTTPS connection and downloading 1 MB of information could be a good start.
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