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updated performance now with brm and brp

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erikfrey committed Mar 23, 2009
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@@ -8,11 +8,11 @@ bashreduce lets you apply your favorite unix tools in a mapreduce fashion across
h2. Configuration
-If you wish, you may edit @/etc/br.hosts@ and enter the machines you wish to use as workers. You can also specify this at runtime:
+Edit @/etc/br.hosts@ and enter the machines you wish to use as workers. Or specify your machines at runtime:
<pre>br -m "host1 host2 host3"</pre>
-To take advantage of multiple cores, repeat the host name as many times as you wish.
+To take advantage of multiple cores, repeat the host name.
h2. Examples
@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ I have four compute machines and I'm usually relegated to using one core on one
|_. command |_. using |_. time |_. rate |
| sort -k1,1 4gb_file > 4gb_file_sorted | coreutils | 82m54.746s | 843 kBps |
| br -i 4gb_file -o 4gb_file_sorted | coreutils | 9m17.431s | 7.35 MBps |
-| br -i 4gb_file -o 4gb_file_sorted | coreutils, brp | 6m5.968s | 11.19 MBps |
+| br -i 4gb_file -o 4gb_file_sorted | brp/brm | 4m13.816s | 16.1376745 MBps |
When I have more time I'll compare this apples to apples. There's also still a ton of room for improvement.

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