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

Angel Alvarez <>
Wed Dec 23 14:05:02 CET 2009


El Miércoles, 23 de Diciembre de 2009 13:54:06 Zoltan Lajos Kis escribió:
> 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...
> 
Yeah! meny obscure point that deserve clarification.

Also ive seen many test where the erlang VM is treated like a mere runtime and not like the pseudo OS that is. 


> 
> 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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