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From "Aleksey Shipilev (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Commented: (HARMONY-4869) [classlib][nio][performance] Selector improvements: moving away from O(n) at Java layer, part 1
Date Thu, 18 Oct 2007 09:30:50 GMT

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Aleksey Shipilev commented on HARMONY-4869:
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On the test from HARMONY-4879 at 16x Tulsa 3.2Ghz / SLES 9.2:

Harmony-r576670-clean:
<user@box> ~/jre-r576670-clean/bin/java -Xms512m -Xmx512m -Xem:server selectnow 2000
10000 10
Server: Opening selector
Server: Opening server
Client: 2000 connections
Client: 10000 requests
Client: 10 iterations
Client: connections established: 2000/2000
Client: all clients are connected. I go to sleep forever...
Server: all clients are connected
Server: Ready to serve
Server: iteration: 1/10  selectNow's: 10000  elapsed: 27036 millis
Server: iteration: 2/10  selectNow's: 10000  elapsed: 27027 millis
Server: iteration: 3/10  selectNow's: 10000  elapsed: 27021 millis
Server: iteration: 4/10  selectNow's: 10000  elapsed: 27177 millis
Server: iteration: 5/10  selectNow's: 10000  elapsed: 26842 millis
Server: iteration: 6/10  selectNow's: 10000  elapsed: 26855 millis
Server: iteration: 7/10  selectNow's: 10000  elapsed: 26903 millis
Server: iteration: 8/10  selectNow's: 10000  elapsed: 26896 millis
Server: iteration: 9/10  selectNow's: 10000  elapsed: 26872 millis
Server: iteration: 10/10 selectNow's: 10000  elapsed: 26892 millis

Harmony-r576670-4869:
<user@box> ~/jre-r576670-work/bin/java -Xms512m -Xmx512m -Xem:server -cp selectnow 2000
10000 10
Server: Opening selector
Server: Opening server
Client: 2000 connections
Client: 10000 requests
Client: 10 iterations
Client: connections established: 2000/2000
Client: all clients are connected. I go to sleep forever...
Server: all clients are connected
Server: Ready to serve
Server: iteration: 1/10  selectNow's: 10000  elapsed: 13728 millis
Server: iteration: 2/10  selectNow's: 10000  elapsed: 13682 millis
Server: iteration: 3/10  selectNow's: 10000  elapsed: 13564 millis
Server: iteration: 4/10  selectNow's: 10000  elapsed: 13521 millis
Server: iteration: 5/10  selectNow's: 10000  elapsed: 13490 millis
Server: iteration: 6/10  selectNow's: 10000  elapsed: 13513 millis
Server: iteration: 7/10  selectNow's: 10000  elapsed: 13694 millis
Server: iteration: 8/10  selectNow's: 10000  elapsed: 13570 millis
Server: iteration: 9/10  selectNow's: 10000  elapsed: 13568 millis
Server: iteration: 10/10 selectNow's: 10000  elapsed: 13517 millis

Up to 2x boost.

> [classlib][nio][performance] Selector improvements: moving away from O(n) at Java layer,
part 1
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: HARMONY-4869
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HARMONY-4869
>             Project: Harmony
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: Classlib
>         Environment: all
>            Reporter: Aleksey Shipilev
>         Attachments: selectors-JL-O1.patch
>
>
> Current implementation of java.nio.channels.Selector is O(n) for Selector.select() operation.

> There are several causes:
>  1. "keys" is the HashSet, so we spend time on iterating over it
>  2. "keys" are iterated on every select() to prepare the readable and writable arrays
for native call
> This patch includes a bunch of optimizations:
>  1. Creates hashCode() and equals() for SelectionKeyImpl to get rid of calling _native_
identityHashCode()
>  2. Changes the internal representation of keys to SelectionKeyImpl[] and adds logic
for on-the-fly maintenance
>  3. Adds on-the-fly maintenance for readable and writable arrays, making them prepared
right away for every select()
>  4. Adds indexes for easy mapping "keys<->FD"
>  5. Optimizes hotpath in processResults().
> Keeping in mind that count(register) <= count(select), we sure that moving key set
maintenance to register() is performance-safe.
> Thus, we simplify one part of Selector.select() call from being O(n) in the Java layer.
There are also processResults() scales as O(n) and still portlib and native layers too - they're
going to be optimized later too.

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