tomash.brechko at gmail.com
Mon Nov 12 07:16:32 UTC 2007
On Sun, Nov 11, 2007 at 23:52:40 -0600, Brian Moon wrote:
> >Ok, Tomash supplied me with a clean patch list. Now, I need some
> >memslap help to know what I should test. I ran a few, but as I have
> >never used it, I have no idea what to use. Also, is there a test
> >script that uses the perl client that could test the noreply stuff?
> Well, hacked up a perl script to test the noreply stuff. Now, I don't
> use the perl interface really at all. So, if this script sucks, please
> tell me. Script is at the end.
> 100,000 sets, 10,000 gets:
> current trunk:
The script is good, thanks for taking the time. But your results are
strange (especially the 30% improvement of get method). Here's what I
$ret = ... void context
trunk 101.255008 102.128995
noreply 97.261798 13.326187
I don't see the overhead of assignment BTW, numbers are roughly the
same. So my questions are: are you sure patched Perl module was used
instead of a system-wide one (you probably have to set PERL5LIB)?
Have you rebuild and restarted the server?
> I ran some PHP tests too. Of course, there is no "noreply" support, but
> the stats were basically identical. Same with the memslap tests I ran.
But you added 'noreply' manually, right?
Sorry for such questions, but I can't find explanation to your results
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