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From Emmanuel Lécharny <elecha...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: LdifReader speedup
Date Mon, 01 Sep 2014 16:27:37 GMT
Le 01/09/14 14:45, Emmanuel Lécharny a écrit :
> Le 31/08/14 12:31, Emmanuel Lécharny a écrit :
>> Hi !
>>
>> just coming back from a week of vacations...
>>
>> I have spent some time yesterday analysing the peformances of the
>> BulkLoader. Most of the time is spent in the parsing of entries by the
>> LdifReader class. 25% is spent in the PrepareString method, and 10% in
>> the GeneralizedTimeNormalizer.
>>
>> If we don't call the PrepareString.normalize method, assuming that we
>> don't have special strings, we save around 18%.
>> A faster verison of the GeneralizedTimeNormalizer provides a 9% gain (it
>> has been committed).
>>
>> At this point, the question is to know if we should call the
>> PrepareString methods or not. Not calling it provides a huge speedup,
>> but OTOH, it's an important phase.
>>
>> I'm still investigating some other speedups.
> Ok, I have imrpoved a few methods and classes (Csn.isValid() is now 36
> times faster, GeneralizedTime.normalize() is 5 times faster) and cleaned
> up some code. As a result, we can read entries from a LDIF files 10% faster.
>
> I'm currently working on stabilizing the build which is not passing, due
> to some modifications made here and there (my fault), then the enxt step
> for me would be to fix Ldap Studio, which badly needs a result.
s/result/release/



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