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From Tilman Hausherr <THaush...@t-online.de>
Subject Re: Rendering images from PDF files slower in OpenJDK
Date Wed, 03 Oct 2018 18:08:31 GMT
I'm confused by

looking at the two graphics, in
the problem is that 
hasn't been expanded, maybe because it is so fast. I'd expect to see 
ColorConvertOpĀ  there too. (I tried with jdk8 and it is there).

In the other graphic it was expanded and it is slow... for me the 
culprit is (once again) ColorConvertOp and LCMS. It thought they had 
fixed LCMS... it got much faster since 1.8.181.

Maybe the tool that creates these graphics expands only the slow parts, 
to show devs "where it hurts".

SampledImageReader doesn't do anything OS dependent. I don't see why 
there would be a "different path".

there is a java program that does benchmarking (but with an blank 
image!!!!!). Could you run this on your system?

I could expand that one later so that it uses the raster of the actual 
JPEG image from your PDF.


Am 03.10.2018 um 18:47 schrieb Daniel Persson:
> Hi everyone.
> I was doing some preparation to upgrade to OpenJDK 11 and found that image
> rendering was slower.
> I've talked about it here before but as it is a problem in the jvm I
> thought that opening a bug at oracle could be good.
> If interested you can follow the issue below:
> https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8211178
> Or following the 2d-dev mailing list at openjdk where we discuss our
> findings.
> Best regards
> Daniel

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