RFR: JDK-8213339 Update precompiled.hpp with headers based on current frequency
david.holmes at oracle.com
Sat Nov 3 12:09:28 UTC 2018
Looks okay - thanks for doing all the experiments! (Though I'm still
curious what happens if you recompile individual header files :) ).
25 // Precompiled headers are turned off for Sun Studio,
May as well change to Solaris Studio if you're going to fix the typo :)
On 3/11/2018 7:06 PM, Magnus Ihse Bursie wrote:
> The reasons for the current set of files included in precompiled.hpp is
> somewhat lost in the mists of history. However, it is clear that it is
> not optimal.
> This patch replaces the current set with a new set, based on how often a
> header file is included in a C++ file. This selection contains all
> header files that are included by at least 130 C++ files. Testing has
> shown that this is around the optimal value -- include many more, and
> too many "innocent" files get hurt by unneeded work, leave out many
> more, and we miss out on optimization possibilities.
> The same set turned out to work well for both clang and gcc. However,
> files named "*.inline.hpp" did hurt rather than help performance, so
> those have been left out. For visual studio, the same set was also
> optimal, as long as the inline files were included. Presumably, visual
> studio is better than gcc/clang on handling precompiled headers
> containing inlined code.
> Here are some rough comparisons from our internal CI system, for
> building the target "hotspot" from scratch.
> old: 00:05:00
> new: 00:03:47
> old: 00:05:43
> new: 00:04:51
> old: 00:05:18
> new: 00:04:33
> old: 00:07:57
> new: 00:03:48
> Bug: https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8213339
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