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From "Chad Johnson" <>
Subject RE: Benchmarking gcj-built Tomcat
Date Tue, 14 Oct 2003 14:49:59 GMT
  I can't help with the benchmark software but I've got a question for
you.  Generally speaking, how well does the gcj bytecode interpreter
perform?  Is it purely and interpreter or does it do some jit'ing?

Chad Johnson

-----Original Message-----
From: Gary Benson [] 
Sent: Tuesday, October 14, 2003 9:22 AM
Subject: Benchmarking gcj-built Tomcat

Hi all,

I've been working on building Tomcat and its dependencies to native
code with gcj, and I'm interested to see how it compares against
Tomcat running under a 'normal' JVM.  Now, I'm well aware that
benchmarks are not a real-world indicator of performance, but I don't
have any particular web application to test and I was wondering if
anyone has a benchmarking suite that they can point me at.

In case you are interested in the gcj-built packages, they are
available at as source rpms
and as binary rpms compiled for Red Hat Linux 9.  Everything except
the webapps is compiled to native code; the webapps are basically
unmodified and are interpreted just as they would be with a normal JVM.


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