[Mono-list] Interesting article @ CodeProject regarding thread
20 Mar 2003 09:32:09 +0100
I've done some tests on mono/.net performance before,
simple calculations that is.
It seems the .net runtime can execute them almost 2 times as fast,
but the mono runtime has a more stable run. Meaning that while the
.net runtime had different results for the same test all the time,
ranging around a single time, the mono runtime always had exactly the
same time to exececute the applications.
Don't know if this helps a bit.
Op do 20-03-2003, om 09:19 schreef Steinar Herland:
> Discusses performance etc. Anyone care to tests this on Mono?
> The article also refers to
> Which states: The thread pool is created the first time when you
> instantiate the ThreadPool class. It has a default limit of 25 threads
> per available processor, but that can be changed. Thus, the processor is
> never made to sit idle.
> - What is the default value on Mono?
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