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From Vassil Dichev <>
Subject Re: Memory allocation and lazy vals
Date Sat, 28 Nov 2009 15:42:26 GMT
If it sounds stupid, then it probably is. Lazy vals work fine. One
thing to have in mind is that a lazy val is null, it will be
reevaluated again (the first thing that tripped me).

The problem is that I relied on findMessages working correctly. It
didn't. Unfortunately the changes from access pools made it to always
hit the DB and not try the cache. I've fixed it now. (tests, tests,

As a result, ESME is now as fast as we remember it from the beginning.

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