D and i/o
bioinfornatics at fedoraproject.org
Sun Nov 10 07:16:31 UTC 2019
On Saturday, 9 November 2019 at 23:39:09 UTC, bioinfornatics
> In my field we are io bound thus I would like to have our tools
> fast as I can read a file.
> Thus I started some dummy bench which count the number of lines.
> The result is compared to wc -l command. The line counting is
> only a pretext to evaluate the io, this process can be switched
> by any io processing. Thus we use much as possible the buffer
> instead the byLine range. Moreover such range imply that the
> buffer was read once before to be ready to process.
> Ideally I would like to process a shared buffer through
> multiple core and run a simd computation. But it is not yet
If you have some scripts or enhancements you are welcome
Currently results show that naïve implementation is at least
twice time slower than wc, up to 5 slower for // scripts
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