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Huge long addition overhead compared to Native call?

A run a simple test JDK 1.7.0_45 (Windows 7, 64bit): Test 1: long start = System.nanoTime(); for (int i=0; i < 1000000; i++) { System.currentTimeMillis(); } elapsed = ...
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Design of high performance file processing web application

I'm trying to design a web app with ability to scale but can't wrap my heads around few concepts. I want to design it right but im not a experienced programmer, i have more of a system engineering ...
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What is a scalable and practical way to search existence of a group of strings in a huge file

Context: I built an app which generates around 1000 domain names based on user input. I need to check if they are available or not by matching against a huge zone file of parsed domain names which is ...
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Socket Connection Data Insert

I have been working through a high-performance application where I have identified a bottleneck. The bottleneck is actually when the application must insert messages from a socket, it will record them ...
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Trying to get a better understanding of object-oriented design's performance pitfalls

I'm currently in a high-performance computing class taught in C++. Usually, I do work in C#, meaning everything is taken care of for me, and optimization comes behind maintainability and higher-level ...
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Help in finding the total time taken by the entire production?

I have a line object and each line object has an array of tasks associated with it.Each task has a start time and an end time.Each task also has a list of tasks which are its predecessors. So if all ...
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DbFirst vs Code First? what should I use if I rely on Stored procedures

This question is asked many times, and I always prefer code-first as I like to keep the logic in code. But now I have a challenge to load screen under 5 seconds and very little time to do things. I ...
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How to simulate and estimate long running application [closed]

We are building a large, modular application that is intended to run across multiple processors. I need to develop a method to estimate how long it will take to run all of the functions. I already ...
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Is it a right thing to do, to use Node.JS as a TCP Server? [closed]

Part I - The Story: I have crafted a high performance TCP server in C# (based on SocketAsyncEventArgs) which works brilliantly (for my cause). I have more than 7000 clients, sending me a message ...
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High performance and/or real time java open source applications [closed]

Which open source java projects do you know to be high performance or real time performance? I tried hard to find them on github or google, but couldn't find suitable. I want to learn from this ...
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clojure/erlang/go for high volume server

I have a project that will need to handle 1000s of requests a second with a decent amount of processing for each. For the most part, the processing will be done on a list of items, basically ...
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How do I create a web service with high amounts of traffic that works effectively with lots of different users? [closed]

I have created web services before that are used by a small number of users but have a new project that would have lots of users. For each user that uses the services, this is what they would do: 1) ...
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Cpu-heavy web server

When reading about web servers, frameworks, etc most of the time I notice that the goal is to have a technology that has the next features: Able to handle as many connections as possible. Fit an I/O ...
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Random Cache Expiry

I've been experimenting with random cache expiry times to avoid situations where an individual request forces multiple things to update at once. For example, a web page might include five different ...
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Why is Python used for high-performance/scientific computing (but Ruby isn't)?

There's a quote from a PyCon 2011 talk that goes: At least in our shop (Argonne National Laboratory) we have three accepted languages for scientific computing. In this order they are C/C++, ...