Welcome to the Mechanical Sympathy group.  This group is for discussing how to code sympathetically to and measure the underlying stack/platform so good performance can be extracted.

Showing 1-20 of 643 topics
Precise intel cpu frequency monitoring : Corefreq NeT MonK 10/16/16
The myth of ram Greg Young 10/15/16
New Instructions (Intel) Greg Young 10/14/16
How to Emulate Web Traffic Using Standard Load Testing Tools Gary Mulder 10/9/16
Re: The Hardware/Software Interface thomas kountis 10/8/16
Bounded multiple producers multiple consumers queue for .NET Alexandr Nikitin 10/6/16
Introductory presentation about Mechanical Sympathy / Low level JVM details Attila-Mihaly Balazs 10/3/16
Question about SBE and DirectBuffer Wayne 9/27/16
Calling into c from python, go, java and others Alex Newman 9/26/16
Re: Fwd: AIX/Linux Admin (Production Support) Wojciech Kudla 9/26/16
Understanding "weird" CPU behavior Adam 9/19/16
Batching strategies in Netty Miron Aseev 9/18/16
low latency flexible thread messaging Vlad Ilyushchenko 9/12/16
False sharing/memory alignment performance with memory mapped files Kyle Kavanagh 9/12/16
Implementation of unbounded lock-free queue in C++ Johny 9/4/16
what is available in intel vtune that cannot be done with perf/pmc today ? ymo 8/25/16
How to sequence messages we sent to client and find bugs Vero K. 8/21/16
Aeron Memory Visibility Dominik Konik 8/21/16
Lynx Queue - a new SP/SC queue Chris Miller 8/17/16
Unchecked exceptions for IO considered harmful. Kevin Burton 8/15/16
More topics »