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2016 Nov 16
3
LLD: time to enable --threads by default
...as master 0.03323043 patch 0.041571719 1.251013574x slower the gold plugin fsds master 0.36675887 patch 0.350970944 1.04498356992x faster clang fsds master 0.656180056 patch 0.591607603 1.10914743602x faster llvm-as fsds master 0.030324313 patch 0.040045353 1.32056917497x slower scylla master 3.23378908 patch 2.019191831 1.60152642773x faster With only 2 cores: firefox master 7.174839911 patch 6.319808477 1.13529388384x faster firefox-gc master 7.345525844 patch 6.493005841 1.13129820362x faster chromium master 4.180752414 patch 4.129515199 1.01240756179x fa...
2016 Nov 17
3
LLD: time to enable --threads by default
...13574x slower > the gold plugin fsds > master 0.36675887 > patch 0.350970944 1.04498356992x faster > clang fsds > master 0.656180056 > patch 0.591607603 1.10914743602x faster > llvm-as fsds > master 0.030324313 > patch 0.040045353 1.32056917497x slower > scylla > master 3.23378908 > patch 2.019191831 1.60152642773x faster > > With only 2 cores: > > firefox > master 7.174839911 > patch 6.319808477 1.13529388384x faster > firefox-gc > master 7.345525844 > patch 6.493005841 1.13129820362x faster > chromium...
2016 Nov 17
2
LLD: time to enable --threads by default
...sds >> master 0.36675887 >> patch 0.350970944 1.04498356992x faster >> clang fsds >> master 0.656180056 >> patch 0.591607603 1.10914743602x faster >> llvm-as fsds >> master 0.030324313 >> patch 0.040045353 1.32056917497x slower >> scylla >> master 3.23378908 >> patch 2.019191831 1.60152642773x faster >> >> With only 2 cores: >> >> firefox >> master 7.174839911 >> patch 6.319808477 1.13529388384x faster >> firefox-gc >> master 7.345525844 >> patch 6.4...
2016 Nov 16
9
LLD: time to enable --threads by default
LLD supports multi-threading, and it seems to be working well as you can see in a recent result <http://llvm.org/viewvc/llvm-project?view=revision&revision=287140>. In short, LLD runs 30% faster with --threads option and more than 50% faster if you are using --build-id (your mileage may vary depending on your computer). However, I don't think most users even don't
1998 Mar 09
2
Towards a solution of tmp-file problems.
Introduction. ------------ Every now and then a new "exploit" turns up of some program that uses tmp files. The first solution was "sticky bits", but since links exist (that''s a LONG time), that solution is inadequate. Discussion. ---------- The problem is that you put an object (link/pipe) in the place where you expect a program to put its tempfile, and wait