Subject: Re: [boost] boost.lockfree update
From: Oleg Grunin (oleg00_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-08-04 20:24:14
Robert Ramey wrote:
> Oleg Grunin wrote:
>> All this said, I have to say that the fifo performance in our
>> environment (64 bit linux with 8 xeon processors, gcc 4.5) was quite
>> good. Comparable with tbb::concurrent_queue and way better than all
>> the other options we tried.
> Did your application use a queue of PODS, structures, or pointers?
>>From you post, it sounds like the second isn't supported.
> Robert Ramey
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I used a non-pod struct. As I mentioned I had to disable the is_pod
check to be able to test it. I didn't notice any adverse effects.
Another nice thing would be to provide move semantics. My struct's are
moved, not copied, into the queue.
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