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> > variable-length allocations, so when somebody slabified it, they changed
> > it to allocate the data separately. As such, the thing just slowed down,
> > even though the whole intent of the slabs was to speed things up.
>
> In my benchmarks it is a win. If you have hard numbers that show otherwise
> I would be interested to see them.

My throughput and latency benchmarks agree with yours. Having looked in
detail at the code now Linus raised it Im not sure why. However it definitely
makes a difference.

Alan


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