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Re: [Chicken-users] Numbers anywhere?

From: Joerg F. Wittenberger
Subject: Re: [Chicken-users] Numbers anywhere?
Date: 16 Jan 2003 15:31:07 +0100
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felix <address@hidden> writes:

> Joerg F. Wittenberger wrote:
> > * when I switch profiling off and all but -unsafe optimization on, I
> > gain approx. 30% speed.  Is this normal range?
> Possible. I haven't made any benchmarks over profiled code, yet.
> > * any numbers how rscheme and chicken are supposed to compare speed
> >   wise?
> There are some benchmarks
> (see
> Are you interested at porting them to RScheme?

Maybe, for the fun of it.  Currently I'm at lack of time (too much
spent with chicken :-( ).

[from parallel thread]
> > I've been told, that allocations would be cheap with chicken, but I
> > guess at least in the ##sys#schedule it's worth to save them.
> I doubt that this is the reason for the disappointing performance.
> I'm quite sure this is more an I/O-subsystem problem...

The profiling seems to indicate something different.

> > * How fast would you expect an all-Scheme web server to be in
> >   comparison to apache?
> The PLT server seems to be quite efficient. I've read something
> about 80% of Apache's performance at static pages and much better

Uh, that's not bad.



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