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Re: [equinox-dev] About the benchmarks of OSGi
First you would have to compare OSGi
implementations that are functionnaly equivalents. For example eclipse'
osgi implements R4.0 behavior which is a lot different than the R3.0.
Then depending on which aspects you
want to measure you would probably have to instrument the code base in
order to get comparable numbers.
Some numbers that could be interesting:
memory consumption of a bundle
time to load a class
how many bundles can the system handle
service lookup time
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|[equinox-dev] About the benchmarks
I am very interested in the Eclipse and OSGi technology. Now I am doing
the research about OSGi, and I want to know whether there are some key
points or benchmarks that can measure the performance of the OSGi platform(such
as Eclipse OSGi,SMF etc.) ,for example the usage of virtual memory, physics
memory, basic startup time, and so on. That is if I want to compare several
OSGi platform’s performance, and optimize one of them, which aspects
should I consider? Which aspects could demonstrate the performance of a
OSGi platform?And if I want to do some optimization for OSGi platform,which
aspects can I optimize?what is the Future directions?Any response will
be appreciated, thanks very much.
Best wishes, Zhoujing
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