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: May 11, 2012 7:49 PM by
compare kyoto, tokyo, berk and sqlite3; synchronous ops.. weird results
May 11, 2012 7:49 PM
So I'm comparing Berk, SQLite3, Kyoto and Tokyo with synchronous transactions for every operation.
I've found over a three hour test, berkley is ~80 put operations/second and the rest range from 5 to 20.
Can anyone fathom a reason why berk is getting so much better performance?
Are they using different methods of synchronization with the disk?
My berkeley setup:
Transactions are enabled.
int envOpenFlags =
(transactionsEnabled ? DB_INIT_TXN : 0x0) |
(transactionsEnabled ? DB_INIT_LOCK : 0x0) |
(transactionsEnabled ? DB_INIT_LOG : 0x0);
int dbOpenFlags =
(transactionsEnabled ? DB_AUTO_COMMIT : 0x0);
my transactions structure:
put or get operation
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