[Haskell-cafe] Real-time garbage collection for Haskell
perikov at gmail.com
Sun Feb 28 04:06:40 EST 2010
Did you really seen 100ms pauses?! I never did extensive research on this but my numbers are rather in microseconds range (below 1ms). What causes such a long garbage collection? Lots of allocated and long-living objects?
On 28.02.2010, at 8:20, Luke Palmer wrote:
> I have seen some proposals around here for SoC projects and other
> things to try to improve the latency of GHC's garbage collector. I'm
> currently developing a game in Haskell, and even 100ms pauses are
> unacceptable for a real-time game. I'm calling out to people who have
> seen or made such proposals, because I would be willing to contribute
> funding and/or mentor a project that would contribute to this goal.
> Also any ideas for reducing this latency in other ways would be very
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