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Id: 36185
Status: rejected
Priority: 0/
Queue: Perl-Dist-Strawberry

Owner: Nobody in particular
Requestors: NKH [...]

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Subject: Hash very slow
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the attached test shown a tangible slowndown when accessing a hash with a huge amount of keys. Test ActiveState T0 3.47 s. T1 121.81 s. Strawberry 5.10 T0 3.59 s. T1 35.29 s. linux (hp, solaris, gentoo) T1 and T2: around 2 s Cause maybe Win32 memory manager usemallocwrap='define'; usemymalloc='n'; Another surprize is the fact that presizing a hash make the run time shorter on gentoo but longer on windows
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my %hash1; my %hash2; use Time::HiRes qw(gettimeofday tv_interval) ; my $t0 = [gettimeofday]; #~ keys(%hash1) = 500000 ; for($i=0;$i<500000;$i++) { $ee=unpack("H10", pack("N", $i))x3; $hash1{$ee}="00000000"x25; $n=0; substr ($hash1{$ee},8*$n,8)="SSSSSSSS"; } printf("T0 %0.2f s.\n", tv_interval ($t0, [gettimeofday])) ; my $t1 = [gettimeofday]; undef %hash1; #~ keys(%hash2) = 500000 ; for($i=0;$i<500000;$i++) { $ee=unpack("H10", pack("N", $i))x3; $hash2{$ee}="00000000"x25; $n=0; substr ($hash2{$ee},8*$n,8)="SSSSSSSS"; } printf("T1 %0.2f s.\n", tv_interval ($t1, [gettimeofday])) ;
Subject: Re: [ #36185] Hash very slow
Date: Mon, 26 May 2008 08:49:00 -0400
To: bug-Perl-Dist-Strawberry [...]
From: "David Golden" <xdaveg [...]>
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Interesting point. You might want to post that finding to p5p and see if anyone has suggestions. David
Closing, not a bug in Strawberry.

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