Subject: Re: [boost] unordered_map 32bit VS 64bit
From: Stewart, Robert (Robert.Stewart_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-01-25 07:33:01
Avikam Bara-nes wrote:
> I'm porting a project from Linux 32bit to Linux 64bit. While
> doing so I notice that I have a dramatic performance
> degradation with unordered_map.
> My platform is Ubuntu 10.4.3 64bit running on Intel Xeon
> X3220 but, I tested similar program on WindowsXP SP2 64bit
> which running on Intel i5 and I get the same degradation. My
> boost version is 1_46_1.
I presume that you've ensured that there's sufficient memory available for the 64b process? That is, it isn't suffering from swapping, is it?
> I use the following program in order to test unordered_map -
> Hop I didn't make any copy mistakes :-).
> #include <stdio.h>
> #include <sys/time.h>
> #include <boost/unordered_map.hpp>
> int main(int argc, char *argv)
> struct timeval tv_before, tv_after;
> boost::unordered_map<boost::int_32_t, boost::int32_t>
Out of curiosity, what happens if you use int64_t instead of int32_t?
> I use the following compile commands:
> 64bit - g++ -O3 perf_test -o perf_test_64bit
> 32bit - g++ -m32 -O3 perf_test -o perf_test_32bit
> When I run the 32bit program I get 0.5 sec
> When I run the 64bit program I get 1.54 sec
Have you tried -O2 or -O1 to see if they make any difference?
Rob Stewart robert.stewart_at_[hidden]
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