… and Didier Spezia original implementations
calloc is more effecient than malloc+memset when the system uses mmap to allocate memory. mmap always returns zeroed memory so the memset can be avoided. The threshold to use mmap is 16k in osx libc and 128k in bsd libc and glibc. The kernel can lazily allocate the pages, this reduces memory usage when we have a page table or hash table that is mostly empty. This change is most visible when you start a new redis instance with vm enabled. You'll see no increased memory usage no matter how big your page table is.
networking related stuff moved into networking.c moved more code more work on layout of source code SDS instantaneuos memory saving. By Pieter and Salvatore at VMware ;) cleanly compiling again after the first split, now splitting it in more C files moving more things around... work in progress split replication code splitting more Sets split Hash split replication split even more splitting more splitting minor change