Matthew Wakeling <matthew(at)flymine(dot)org> wrote:
> I have implemented the very same algorithm as in Postgres, emulating
> index pages and all.
> The java program uses as near an on-disc format as Postgres does -
> just held in memory instead of in OS cache.
Interesting. Hard to explain without a lot more detail. Are they
close enough in code structure for a comparison of profiling output
for both to make any sense? Have you tried switching the calling
convention yet; and if so, what impact did that have?
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