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REPLACE_BROKEN_YIELD [was Re: Comparing OpenLDAP on Linux 2.6/Sol 10 ]
What does this value do, and is it best to leave it set on x86 Linux
This value appears to be set by "configure". I'm trying to build an RPM
so would have to modify that value after "configure", but I'd like to
know what it's going to affect first. Stability is more important than
speed, but better speed would be nice. Should I just setup a test and
see if it works on my server?
I ran 1.5 million unique searches on my test server, a 2.4.Ghz P4 (with
a maxtor IDE HD, I might add) from fifteen different clients and
finished in 24 minutes. This is 1000 completed searches per second, more
than enough for my needs, but hey...... "fast = good"...no?
James F. Hranicky wrote:
On Sat, 14 Jan 2006 00:47:18 -0800
Quanah Gibson-Mount <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
#define REPLACE_BROKEN_YIELD 1
then proceed with the make process.
Run your ldapsearch test, and report the results. I believe this will
change the behavior so that Linux performs as well as, or better than,
Solaris 10 x86.
It seems to have knocked about 10 seconds off each query, but still about
3x slower than Sol10x86.