Re: [erlang-questions] Another erlang performance test ¿Who needs a lot of heap space?

litao cheng <>
Wed Dec 23 13:38:53 CET 2009


the author use +h 99999 just for that benchmark. it's set the min heap size
for process, with this option
the http process will not involve garbage collect, so the performance will
be more satisfied. that's all.
you can also use +h 88888, this heap size for that simple http echo process
is enough.

Best Regards
litao cheng

On Wed, Dec 23, 2009 at 8:04 PM, Angel Alvarez <> wrote:

> Hi lists
>
> ive just found
>
> http://timyang.net/programming/c-erlang-java-performance/
>
>
>
> this guy tried the erlang test with:
>
> erl +K true +h 99999 +P 99999 -smp enable +S 2:1 -s ehttpd
>
> Still erlang shines IMHO versus java or Go but i think +h 99999 is far from
> correct
>
> Who needs 99999 bytes of heap just for return a simple hello word http
> result?
>
> On 1 CPU i think erlang would be faster with a more conservative heap. (Now
> He is just measuring unused heap copy back and forth..)
>
> Waht dou you think ?
>
>
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