|Subject||Re: [IB-Architect] Classic vs SuperServer was IB/FB Lock manager failures|
At 12:52 AM 9/20/02 +1000, Steven Shaw wrote:
>From: "Jim Starkey" <jas@...>Nice reference. Looks good except for the LGPL problem.
>> First of all, thanks for the complement. I spent a lot of time
>> making the compiler fast. The problem is that the compiler
>> is memory allocation intensive. In simple classic, that is
>> no problem because I also sweated blood to make the memory
>> allocated fast. In a threaded world, however, the memory
>> heap must be protected with a mutex that must be siezed and
>> released on every block allocated. What works nicely for
>> classic can become a hog in a threaded environment.
>The hoard memory allocator could be of help here: