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From Michael Bauroth <Michael.Baur...@falcom.de>
Subject Re: Performance - some interesting results
Date Mon, 01 May 2006 10:37:19 GMT
Sorry, was my mistake. I meant that with direct buffers the application 
needs lesser time (runs faster).

I checked the whole thing over 5 minutes. Every 15 seconds I wrote out a 
normalized time stamp. For the first 15 seconds I've got a value about 
2.7 - 2.8 seconds, after that all times was for heap buffers in a range 
between 87 - 88 ms, for direct buffers 72 - 74 ms.

The JRockit test I will make on tuesday.


robert.j.greig@jpmorgan.com wrote:

> Ah, I think there was a misunderstanding (hence why I was confused about 
> why you were interested in direct memory usage). When you wrote:
> "performance: 10% lesser with direct buffer use "
> I thought you meant performance was 10% worse when you used direct buffers.
> How long did your test run for? With the Sun JVMs I found a significant 
> initial spike in performance but after it warmed up it performed well. 
> Also what send/receive buffer size are you using?
> Could you also test with the latest JRockit JVM?
> Unfortunately at the moment I do not have a test application that is 
> standalone. However I think that the sample echo server that comes with 
> MINA could be usable as a performance test of the buffers.
> Robert

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