Thank you, Robert.
as this patch was not targeted towards increasing tps, I am at happy to hear
that your benchmarks also suggest that performance is "comparable".
But my main question is: how about resource consumption? For the issue I am
working on, my current working hypothesis is that spinning on locks saturates
resources and brings down overall performance in a high-contention situation.
Do you have any getrusage figures or anything equivalent?
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