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Re: [Gnash-commit] [SCM] Gnash branch, release_0_8_10, created. release_
Re: [Gnash-commit] [SCM] Gnash branch, release_0_8_10, created. release_0_8_9_final-1429-g4ae56c3
Mon, 23 Jan 2012 14:32:29 -0700
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On 01/23/12 14:21, Sandro Santilli wrote:
> Yes, I'm sure reducing the heartbeat is very helpful in reducing
> CPU load. I have some ideas too about how it can be done w/out
Gnash needs to have better performance, especially when using AGG. A
cpu load over 70% is just unacceptable, yet I get a cpu load of 99%
still for many SWF files. I did much testing with real-world examples,
which obviously produced different results than a custom designed test
case. For some of those files, I was getting a 30% drop in cpu load.
That particular test case was full of Timers, I never noticed any
problems with those after adjusting the time interval.
> Moving there in small steps would be advisible, IMHO.
You're talking about a 3 line change, I think that would be considered
a small step. :-)
- rob -