Re: [xslt] xml/xst timings reported by xsltproc.
- From: "Gennady Feldman" <gena01 lk net>
- To: xslt gnome org
- Subject: Re: [xslt] xml/xst timings reported by xsltproc.
- Date: Tue, 25 Feb 2003 17:01:36 -0500
> yeah something is taking too much CPU ... profile, there is no
> alternative, have fun, I did profiling for libxslt ...
Actually one interesting note is that when I changed from 1 to 0
for xmlLoadExtDtdDefaultValue it gave me like 8-9ms difference.. the
curious point is that there is no DTD being referenced by my XML files.
Hmm... it seems that there is something wrong going on in my module, I
will investigate further.
> My feeling is that you should do intermediary buffering in the
> I/O libxml2 custom wrapper. I bet that the Apache does some kind of
> any write and that kills performances for small writes which is basically
> what the libxml2 serialization layer will do. Bufferize ...
> But again it's just guesses, only actually profiling the code will
> give you teh real answer. And gaining 2-3ms might be a bad idea if it
> destroy cache locality when running for real !
I/O libxml2 custom wrapper? any references to info/docs/examples?
G.F. aka Gena01
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