Thu Sep 30 01:57:29 CEST 1999
On Wed, Sep 29, 1999 at 10:53:13PM +0200, Klacke wrote:
> I've been hacking madly on the dets server lately.
> Basically I've been having two problems with it
> that are dependant on each other.
> 1. It takes a very long time to create a dets file with say
> 1. million entries in it.
> 2. If such a file is not properly closed, it takes ages
> to repair it.
> My first attempt was to hack the dets server and pull some
> of the hash-ndex structures that are now on disc up into RAM.
> This helped speed with about 30% but increased memory
> consumption substantially. Not ok.
> My second attempt was to scrap dets alltogether and use
> gdbm instead. So I wrote a linked in driver to gdbm.
> It turns out that gdbm is about equally fast as dets on
> lookups, and about 4 times faster on the first 10.000 items
> on insertions.
> However on the last 10.000 objects (Inserting 1 million itemes)
> gdbm is >100 times slower. It starts to degenerate
> around 100.000 items. So, this is good news, dets was
> better than I thought. Much better.
Cool. One other thing to look at is Berkeley DB instead of gdbm. See
www.sleepycat.com for more info and downloads.
David Gould dg@REDACTED 510.628.3783 or 510.305.9468
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