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From "Vladimir Strigun" <vstri...@gmail.com>
Subject [drlvm][gc_gen] gcv5 vs gcv41 comparison on Dacapo
Date Tue, 15 May 2007 16:01:19 GMT
Hi all,

Since default gc was changed to gcv5, I've done performance comparison
between gcv4 and gcv5 with Dacapo benchmark. The next build was used:
svn = r538104, (May 15 2007), Windows/ia32/msvc 1310, release build.
Measurements were performed on Woodcrest machine, with 900M heap,
large pages off. As the addition for the current code I used new
charset encoders/decoders[1]. Each Dacapo benchmarks were executed 10
times, final result calculated from last 5 values. I got the following
numbers (the values are in milliseconds, so the less the better):

antlr 1762
bloat: 5927 (the benchmark failed after 6th iteration)
chart: 7831
fop: 1043
hsqldb: 2290
jython: 6790
luindex: 5422
lusearch: 2846
pmd: 4071
xalan: 2087

antlr: 2354 (the benchmark failed after 7th iteration)
bloat: 6005 (the benchmark failed after 6th iteration)
chart: 7812
fop: 1034
hsqldb: 2219 (the benchmark failed after 6th iteration)
jython: 6072
luindex: 5478
lusearch: 3569
pmd: 27772
xalan: 4547 (failed after 3rd iteration)

So, as the result we have 3 new failures (benchmarks not completed
successfully), huge degradation for pmd benchmark, degradation for
lusearch benchmark and significant speedup for jython. I'll continue
to play with gcv5 - increase heap size, turn on large pages, etc.
Should I create 3 separate JIRA issues for each failure or one issue
is enough?


[1] https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HARMONY-3593

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