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SubjectRe: Patch and Performance of larger pipes
* Ryan Cumming <bodnar42@phalynx.dhs.org> [011019 01:05]:
> Awesome! Although any improvement improvement in efficiency is a good thing,
> I am curious as to what uses pipes besides gcc -pipe. UNIX domain sockets
> (for local X11, for instance) aren't implemented as pipes, are they? What
> sort of real world performance gains could I expect from this patch?

Shell scripts often use pipes to pass data between processes. Speed up should
be quite noticable with all kinds of those.

Best regards
Stefan Reinauer
<stepan@suse.de>

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