performance overhead when allocating many small buffers with the pool
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Sun Oct 14 22:53:44 MSD 2007
On Sun, Oct 14, 2007 at 08:33:44PM +0200, Manlio Perillo wrote:
> In my mod_wsgi implementation (function wsgi_build_environment) I need
> to copy each of the HTTP header and wsgi params in Python objects.
> In the current implementation I just allocate a buffer, copy the content
> in it, and then create a Python String object.
> I'm assuming that using an allocator pool, allocating small buffers is
> cheap, but I would like a confirmation.
> An alternative implementation is to allocate only one buffer, using the
> max lenght required, and reusing it for every Python object.
It's cheap, however, I use both ways depending on situation.
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