[KinoSearch] Orderly global destruction
henka at cityweb.co.za
Fri Feb 22 00:35:43 PST 2008
> On Feb 21, 2008, at 12:18 PM, Marvin Humphrey wrote:
> With that change, the indexing benchmark
> improved by around 5% using direct creation: 0.86 secs vs. 0.90 secs
> for 1000 docs. So at least we know it makes a difference if you're
> creating huge numbers of objects.
> However, with Token using FastObj, we're at 0.59 secs already.
I'm presuming here that "...indexing benchmark improved by..." means
>From 0.90 to 0.59... that's what, a ~34% improvement?
Wow. From an end-user perspective (which is what I am), and ignoring
inefficient wrapper code (which is what I have - sorry Marvin, I know my
code irritates the crap out of you ;), that's a dramatic improvement.
*Especially* when talking about indexing a TB or more. Instead of several
weeks to index, this could cut it down to a couple of weeks...
Good show, keep it up!
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