[Yum-devel] [PATCH] Improve relevance ordering of search results.
ville.skytta at iki.fi
Mon Oct 26 21:10:23 UTC 2009
On Monday 26 October 2009, Seth Vidal wrote:
> I'm inclined toward ACK. Have you noticed any speed impact?
Some, but well within acceptable IMO, as I think the improved order of hits
saves some time for end users. For "time ./yummain.py search mysql python
library >/dev/null" I get representative times from a bunch of runs like:
before this patch: real 0m7.371s
after this patch: real 0m7.690s
For something that produces less hits, like "time ./yummain.py search foo
>/dev/null", there doesn't seem to be any meaningful difference, could even be
that the patched version is faster by a miniscule margin. The representative
"real" times for both are around 0m1.179s.
 The box I'm trying this with is not a beefy one: F-11 x86_64 desktop, one
AMD64 3200+, 2G RAM, one SATA drive.
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