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SubjectRe: Horrible L2 cache effects from kernel compile
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"John W. M. Stevens" <john@betelgeuse.us> writes:

> http://www.sourcejudy.com/downloads/10minutes.htm

Feel free to code it up. If you did I'm sure someone would be willing
to test it on large boxes too.

However with RCU in the equation looking may get very interesting...
Hash tables have the advantage that they're simply enough for lockless
tricks; balanced trees are likely not so lucky.

-Andi (who took a look at judy some time ago but it looked horribly
complicated, even worse so than skiplists)
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