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Re: faster client pre-1.0: neon prefetching, multithreading

From: Michael Price <mprice_at_atl.lmco.com>
Date: 2003-02-11 22:06:16 CET

Brandon Ehle writes:
> >Oh, but I think mod_deflate can do better than vdelta as far as
> >compression is concerned (well, slightly better); of course, ra_svn
> >doesn't have its mod_deflate; hm, perhaps we should just use zlib with
> >ra_svn, to get comparable throughput?
> When I'm looking for a compression algorithm to speeds stuff up, I
> typically go with LZO. While its not very standard, its nearly as fast
> as a memcpy and it works in a very small memory footprint. Even from
> reading from a fast hard disk (40MB/s+), you can get better performance
> if you store your data in LZO format and decompress as you read.
> http://www.oberhumer.com/opensource/lzo/

Its under the GPL.

His docs say that:

   "Special licenses for commercial and other applications which are not
   willing to accept the GNU General Public License are available by
   contacting the author."

but in my experience, people who GPL their code don't usually also put
it under a BSD-like license even for special purposes.



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