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From iksaif <>
Subject [GitHub] cassandra pull request #151: [CASSANDRA-13651]: Reduce epoll/timerfd CPU usa...
Date Mon, 18 Sep 2017 13:09:27 GMT
GitHub user iksaif opened a pull request:

    [CASSANDRA-13651]: Reduce epoll/timerfd CPU usage

    - Bump Netty to 4.1.15
    - Add a setting to schedule flushes immediatly  

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    This closes #151
commit 969dcee971242ff08a2ba1baf9e3139935e85ee8
Author: Corentin Chary <>
Date:   2017-09-18T12:12:46Z

    Bump netty to 4.1.15
    This is to take advantages of the improvements from

commit 594ef9eee5ad853eaec4234f9a11bc12e030ae6c
Author: Corentin Chary <>
Date:   2017-09-18T12:26:35Z

    CASSANDRA-13651: Reduce CPU used by epoll_wait() / timerfd_create()
    By setting -Dcassandra.native_transport_flush_delay_nanoseconds=0 one can
    schedule the flush() immediatly which will be more efficient when
    using epoll() on Linux by reducing the number of calls to epoll_wait().
    This is simmilarly more efficient on version of netty that use timerfd
    to get timeouts with microsecond resolution when calling epoll().
    On those platforms this can save up to 10% of CPU.



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