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From Marcos Ortiz <>
Subject Re: Build CouchDB process and Erlang HiPE(High Performance Erlang)
Date Mon, 23 May 2011 19:54:16 GMT
On 05/23/2011 02:36 PM, Paul Davis wrote:
> You can build CouchDB with HiPE enabled but unfortunately there are
> stability issues that come into play. I don't believe anyone has
> looked into what or why so its never been recommended to do this
> across the entire code base.
OK, I think that´s a good questio for me to answer.
I will try to do this with HiPE to find out the issues
> There is a --with-native-mochijson2 (or
> similar) option to configure which will compile the JSON encoder with
> HiPE if available. I don't know if anyone's posted comparison data or
> not though.
I will test with this option, and I will benchmark with the standard 
build process to view the
diferences between both:
  ./configure --with-native-mochijson2

> On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 3:21 PM, Marcos Ortiz<>  wrote:
>> regards,
>> I was reading a great post from Jack Moffit´s blog about "Speed Up Ejabberd"
>> and one thing that he told there is the use of the native code compiler
>> (HiPE) for CPU hungry modules on this way:
>> cd src/
>> erlc  +native module_code.erl
>> Have you tested the CouchDB´s source code with HiPE?
>> It would be nice to have these results on any case

Marcos Luís Ortíz Valmaseda
  Software Engineer (Large-Scaled Distributed Systems)
  University of Information Sciences,
  La Habana, Cuba
  Linux User # 418229

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