performance increase rpm v compile

Discussion in 'Python' started by tony barratt, Feb 17, 2005.

  1. tony barratt

    tony barratt Guest

    Hello,

    I am working on a python app which does quite a lot of database manipulation
    via berkeley db.
    An increase in performance would be welcome, although ait is pretty quick it
    just has a lot to do.
    Currently it runs on RH 8.0, FC2 or 3 coming. And it is installed from an
    (rpm python-2.2.1-17).
    It runs on a dual processor xeon. My experience with X leads me to believe
    you can get a performance increase of 10-20% from compiling it.
    Is this likely to be true for python?


    TIA

    Tony
    tony barratt, Feb 17, 2005
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