linuxhippy at gmail.com
Wed Jun 10 14:32:18 UTC 2009
I would have hoped for something like:
CMS has a 10% throughput hit on jbb2000, with a 20% increase in footprint ;)
2009/6/8 Tony Printezis <Antonios.Printezis at sun.com>:
> Hi all,
> The reality these days is that, with a bit of effort in tuning the GC, GC
> overhead in applications is really very low (single digit percentage,
> sometimes even as low as 1% or 2%). The actual overhead / pause times / etc.
> are very application dependent. So, if you come up with a say synthetic
> benchmark that does mostly GC, I don't know whether you'll learn anything by
> comparing how our GCs perform on it. We have a few such benchmarks, but they
> are mainly used for stress testing, not performance testing.
> Paul Hohensee wrote:
>> Actually, specjbb2005 stresses gc more than jbb2000. The latter can be
>> gamed to
>> avoid gc entirely during the timed intervals of the run, whereas the
>> former cannot.
>> Also, the timed intervals of the run in jbb2005 are 4 minutes long
>> compared with
>> 2 minutes in jbb2000, which pretty much guarantees at least a young gen
>> during a timed interval.
>> Dan Hicks wrote:
>>> The old SPECjbb2000 benchmark was pretty much a pure test of GC
>>> peformance (with a little bit of pure CPU overhead thrown in). The
>>> (current) SPECjbb2005 benchmark was modified to throw in more system
>>> complexity (though I don't recall the details) and is less of a GC
>>> Unfortunately, the results aren't real current, and aren't organized in a
>>> way to allow you to compare GC algorithms very readily.
>>>> Message: 1
>>>> Date: Tue, 2 Jun 2009 14:01:57 -0400
>>>> From: Clemens Eisserer <linuxhippy at gmail.com>
>>>> Subject: GC benchmarks
>>>> To: hotspot-gc-dev at openjdk.java.net
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>>>> Just for fun, does anybody know some benchmarks comparing the
>>>> different GCs available with some real-world load?
>>>> I would be interested in results for small servers (4-16P), like
>>>> memory overhead, pause times, throughput impact.
>>>> I know basically how the different GCs work, however I hadn't much
>>>> luck finding hard numbers ;)
>>>> Thank you in advance, Clemens
>>>> End of hotspot-gc-dev Digest, Vol 24, Issue 1
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