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SubjectRe: Kernel SCM saga..
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On Friday 08 April 2005 03:05, Rogan Dawes wrote:
> Take a look at
> http://www.linuxshowcase.org/2001/full_papers/ezolt/ezolt_html/
>
> Abstract
>
> GNU libc's default setting for malloc can cause a significant
> performance penalty for applications that use it extensively, such as
> Compaq's high performance extended math library, CXML. The default
> malloc tuning can cause a significant number of minor page faults, and
> result in application performance of only half of the true potential.

This does not smell like an n*2 suckage, more like n^something suckage.
Finding the elephant under the rug should not be hard. Profile?

Regards,

Daniel
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