Unicast 20k messages, $500-$1000 bounty

Jim Morris wolfmanjm@REDACTED
Fri Jul 17 01:37:40 CEST 2009

Sorry a quick look at the code didn't answer this question :)

How many messages are you timing? I usually send 10 or more messages
and average the time, or take the 95th percentile one, this may even
out the results a bit.

Also I run the server and do two runs of the clients, and time the
second one to eliminate any one time dynamic loading glitches. This
made run-to-run differences minimal.

On Jul 16, 3:16 pm, Joel Reymont <joe...@REDACTED> wrote:
> More fun with Erlang optimization...
> bot:wait used to take 3 arguments and I thought I'd remove the last  
> two since they are not needed, as well as remove the subscribing,  
> connected and disconnected handling code. I then removed the sending  
> of these messages from flashbot.
> The above trimming consistently bumped my latency from 1s to 2s on the  
> Mac with HiPE.
> What gives?
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