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- Subject: tcmalloc
- From: "Brett @Google" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2009 14:21:41 +1000
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I was wondering of anybody has used much of tcmalloc (from google performance tools) and has any opinion they care to share with regards to performance of berkeleydb/openldap toolset ?
Seems about the same with as without for a simple slapadd, but i'd expect that wins would be more around a highly loaded server, not the initial load process?
(investigations continue however, server loading is next)