[Stackless] Santa concurrency problem
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Mon Mar 26 21:39:24 CEST 2007
El lun, 26-03-2007 a las 15:46 -0300, Carlos Eduardo de Paula escribió:
> Hello Brian,
> Based on your code, I adapted it to an object oriented approach.. the
> functionality is the same but it looks "cleaner" for me... :)
> Its a great example and if you would permit, I can add it to the
> stackless examples project. (Both approaches if you want).
> The code is here: http://dpaste.com/hold/7433/
Something I don't completely understand.
I have not yet tested the haskell version ,but I did it with the erlang
one, and both stackless versions.
While the erlang version was not even noticeable in top, taking
negligible CPU time, both stackless versions were spinning to 100% CPU
(of one core, i.e. 50% system CPU time).
Is that a bug in the stackless versions, in my setup, or what? given
that modern CPUs are bound to shut down if too hot, and the the erlang
looked faster to me, it looks like there is a bug either in stackless or
in the implementation.
> Best regards,
> On 3/25/07, Brian Zimmer <bzimmer at ziclix.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I've been using Python for years but only recently started using
> > Stackless. One of the current concurrency topics is the paper written
> > by Simon Peyton-Jones about STM in which he presents a concurrency
> > problem and provides Haskell code to solve it. The Erlang list then
> > included a version in Erlang demonstrating a shorter, and perhaps more
> > readable, solution to the problem. I'm including my Stackless version
> > as a comparison and also wish feedback on my use of Stackless since it
> > was my first stab at it. I was thrilled to see I could schedule 10K
> > elves without a problem.
> > The top of the Erlang code has a good description of the problem.
> > Haskell:
> > http://research.microsoft.com/%7Esimonpj/papers/stm/#beautiful
> > Erlang: http://www.cs.otago.ac.nz/staffpriv/ok/santa/santa.erl
> > Stackless: http://www.ziclix.com/software/santa.txt
> > thanks, brian
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