Latent bug in the new tradindexed code?
rra at stanford.edu
Wed Sep 18 05:29:31 UTC 2002
Katsuhiro Kondou <Katsuhiro_Kondou at isc.org> writes:
> I'd want to avoid further data copying at nnrpd, and this is why I wrote
> such API.
Do you have a feel for how much it's saving in terms of time? I have a
sneaking suspicion that it might actually be pretty noticable, but I
haven't done any performance metrics.
The more I think about it, the more I think that the current tradindexed
declaration is okay, even though it's not strictly correct. I think the
only case where you get into trouble with the current declaration is if
you're using the cache, and the cache is disabled for read-only access
(it's only used for writing).
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