[MUD-Dev] Re: OT: Java multithreading performance

Vadim Tkachenko vt at freehold.crocodile.org
Sat May 16 19:22:21 New Zealand Standard Time 1998


Chris Gray wrote:
> 
> [Vadim Tkachenko:]
> 
> :Test algorithm:
> :
> :record the time;
> :fire the thread;
> :wait until it's started;
> :record the interval between the creation time and this moment;
> :wait 100 ms;
> :fire another;
> :perform something in the current thread.
> 
> :P2/300, 128M running Linux & JDK 1.1.3 - no significant impact on other
> :programs, except load very close to 1 (for obvious reasons)
> 
> I'm finally approaching that, except only 64M - am I likely to need more?

Sorry, I forgot to answer this question - with Linux, probably no - I
have 64M computer at home, have X11, up to five open Netscape windows,
HTTP proxy (squid), and the full set of UNIX daemons
(sendmail,mountd,nfsd,sshd,...) running with zero swap (swap size is
128M, it just doesn't use it at all).

> Chris Gray   cg at ami-cg.GraySage.Edmonton.AB.CA

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