Jeff King <p...@peff.net> writes:
> On Wed, Mar 19, 2014 at 01:38:32PM +0100, David Kastrup wrote:
>> The default of 16MiB causes serious thrashing for large delta chains
>> combined with large files.
> Does it make much sense to bump this without also bumping
> MAX_DELTA_CACHE in sha1_file.c? In my measurements of linux.git, bumping
> the memory limit did not help much without also bumping the number of
In the cases I checked, bumping MAX_DELTA_CACHE did not help much.
Bumping it once to 512 could be a slight improvement; larger values then
caused performance to regress.
> I guess that just bumping the memory limit would help with repos which
> have deltas on large-ish files (whereas the kernel just has a lot of
> deltas on a lot of little directories),
Well, those were the most pathological for git-blame so I was somewhat
focused on them.
> but I'd be curious how much.
consists basically of adding lines to a single alphabetically sorted
file wortliste of currently size 15MB.
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