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

Zoltan Lajos Kis <>
Wed Dec 23 13:54:06 CET 2009


Strange things going on there... he only starts one online scheduler, 
yet spawns two acceptor loops.
Also he does not use scheduler binding, even though he has two 
schedulers for eight cores...


Angel Alvarez wrote:
> Hi lists
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> ive just found
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> http://timyang.net/programming/c-erlang-java-performance/
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> this guy tried the erlang test with:
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> erl +K true +h 99999 +P 99999 -smp enable +S 2:1 -s ehttpd
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> Still erlang shines IMHO versus java or Go but i think +h 99999 is far from correct
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> Who needs 99999 bytes of heap just for return a simple hello word http result?
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> 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..)
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> Waht dou you think ?
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