[erlang-questions] Any more recent version of Joe's "PerformanceMeasurements of Threads in Java and Processes in Erlang"

Ulf Wiger (TN/EAB) <>
Mon Apr 23 16:53:21 CEST 2007


The "Cheap Concurrency" benchmark at 
http://shootout.alioth.debian.org/debian/benchmark.php?test=message&lang
=all

is pretty close to what Joe had, except it stops at
3000 threads, IIRC because going higher would break
too many language implementations (it used to be 500
threads, but I guess things have improved. See e.g.
http://erlang.org/ml-archive/erlang-questions/200512/msg00060.html)

You can play with the shootout page, and make 
comparisons between different languages. The 
following view compares Erlang with JDK and 
Scala (Java-based) and Python (since there
was another slot).

http://shootout.alioth.debian.org/debian/fulldata.php?test=message&p1=er
lang-2&p2=java-2&p3=scala-0&p4=python-0


BR,
Ulf W

> -----Original Message-----
> From:  
> [mailto:] On Behalf Of 
> Jonathan Gold
> Sent: den 23 april 2007 15:58
> To: 
> Subject: [erlang-questions] Any more recent version of Joe's 
> "PerformanceMeasurements of Threads in Java and Processes in Erlang"
> 
> I'm building out some foundational stuff for a project, and 
> am setting out to explore java speed v. erlang under various 
> conditions and types of workload.
> 
> One of the base conditions is simple processing of messages, 
> as Joe seems to have investigated in '98 in an Ericsson 
> report entitled "Performance Measurements of Threads in Java 
> and Processes in Erlang" located here:
> 
>     http://www.sics.se/~joe/ericsson/du98024.html
> 
> I'm wondering if there are any more modern renditions of this 
> experiment? That version uses Erlang 4 and JDK 1.1. I looked 
> around a bit more and couldn't find very much out there. 
> 
> I'm thinking it might be interesting to encapsulate a test 
> like this (maybe not this exact one, but something similar at 
> least) in some of the experiments I'm about to do, but want 
> to see if there are other such reports out there that I 
> should look at first.
> 
> jon
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