gcj performance on Solaris 2.6
Wed Jul 25 16:55:00 GMT 2001
I followed the installation instructions for gcj 3.0. Then run a few Java
benchmarks on gcj, and compared them to the results I got from using Sun
JDK 1.3. gcj is considerably slower than JDK 1.3. For example, running
Sieve on java 1.3 on Sieve, I got around 18600 iterations per 10 seconds.
gcj gave me 3200 iterations.
I used the Sieve program from ftp://gonzalez.cyberus.ca/pub/Linux/java/ ,
and UCSD benchmark from http://www-cse.ucsd.edu/users/wgg/JavaProf/Code/ .
Did anyone get better results from gcj on Solaris? Is there any
build/compile options that I should use to speed it up?
Is gcj geared towards Linux because I saw a lot of great results from Linux?
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