Related to NT, in that my experience involves an NT web server.
Capesoft's advertising for this product says "an alternative memory
allocator which is much faster than the default one for specific
I must have one of those situations.
I've built a service that ingests a fairly complicated clump of JSON from an
API. This runs every 75 seconds.
As I watched the time for the ingestion, I found that the actual network
traffic takes about 10-15 seconds to receive the packet and then 45 to 70
seconds to parse the JSON and dump it into a memory table.
I'm using jFiles (because it has the correct initials!), but tried cjson
with a bit slower results.
Then... added Fastmem to my API ingester. Whoosh. The pics show it all.
Pretty cool improvement for 20 bucks, I'd say.