sjoerd at acm.org
Tue Sep 20 18:24:02 CEST 2016
As far as I understand it, malloc on Linux will happily succeed even if
there is not enough memory+swap to hold all data. So you can't rely on
malloc failures to tell you to switch to mmap.
On 09/20/2016 06:19 PM, Hannes Mühleisen wrote:
> Hello list,
> we were wondering about the purpose of GDK_mmap_minsize when creating transient columns. The attached patch will always *try* to malloc/realloc a transient column but still fall back to memory-mapped files if malloc should fail. This dramatically improves performance. Any good reason why this should not be the default behaviour?
> Mark and Hannes
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