[erlang-questions] Speed of CSV parsing: how to read 1M of lines in 1 second
Sun Mar 25 12:09:57 CEST 2012
1. Yes, I'd like to admit that I've missed the example file from the beginning of thread. I've put my sets generators into the repository. You can use them like this:
sh ./priv/dset line-ex.txt 1000 > ./priv/set-1M-ex.txt
The first parameter is line, second is kilolines to generate. line-16/48 are my original examples, line-ex.txt is from original example.
2. I am a bit of curious why we are getting results of different magnitude, especially with Robert's run. My HW config is pretty close. So, I've build Erlang R15B from sources with following config:
./configure --prefix=/usr/local/otp-R15B --enable-threads --enable-smp-support --enable-kernel-poll --enable-sctp --enable-hipe --disable-dynamic-ssl-lib --enable-darwin-64bit --enable-m64-build --without-javac
3. I've re-run cases again with/without +native flag results are very interesting, so we can parse 300K lines in less then second, less the second for 1M rows is challenging:
Parse time of data set is 300K:
set-300K-16 653 ms / 2.18 us per line
set-300K-48 1832 ms / 6.11 us per line
set-300K-ex 2561 ms / 8.54 us per line
Parse time of data set is 300K +native:
set-300K-16 277 ms / 0.92 us per line
set-300K-48 672 ms / 2.24 us per line
set-300K-ex 925 ms / 3.09 us per line
Parse time of data set is 1M:
set-300K-16 4406 ms / 2.20 us per line
set-300K-48 6076 ms / 6.08 us per line
set-300K-ex 8670 ms / 8.67 us per line
Parse time of data set is 1M +native:
set-300K-16 1908 ms / 0.95 us per line
set-300K-48 2293 ms / 2.29 us per line
set-300K-ex 3119 ms / 3.12 us per line
4. It might be unfair to comment but I have a good feeling that Max is evaluating/challenging a type of trade system ;-) Otherwise, why you have such hard latency requirements and dataset looks like a price snapshot ;-) IMHO, 2 - 4 us parse time per row is acceptable for "normal" web app.
On Mar 25, 2012, at 5:57 AM, Tim Watson wrote:
> On 25 Mar 2012, at 03:54, Tim Watson wrote:
>> Please also do run this code on some other (faster) machines to see how much of the slowness is specific to my machine.
> Oh and can you please pass on the set and set2 text files so I can test them on my machine to baseline the comparative differences between our environments?
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