Disables seccomp when running docker.
For unknown reasons, running python under docker can be over 50% slower than native usage. This is a performance bug in docker, which has something to do with its use of seccomp. See https://pythonspeed.com/articles/docker-performance-overhead/
and the corresponding docker issue https://github.com/moby/moby/issues/41389
The performance difference is clear - locally when running
make DIRECTORY=PrimePython, on a linux system the performance of the
ssovtest solution goes from 1998 passes to 4110. It seems seccomp doesn't affect the usage of the external numpy library or compiled languages, but you may see a speed boost for some other interpreted languages with this fix.
Should we disable seccomp if it's providing security? Well, if all code in this repo has been reviewed and verified, it should be absolutely fine (note all the containers are running as root user anyway, so we better hope this is the case).
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