[GSOC] HAMMER2 compression feature week1 report
daniel5555 at gmail.com
Thu Jun 27 12:20:45 PDT 2013
Thanks for feedback!
Initially I wanted to make a table, but after watching the results, I
thought that there isn't really much to look for there.
However, for sake of completeness, here it is:  and .pdf .
Those are not all the results I have, but they are pretty representative of
the whole picture.
The "number of 64KB blocks" refers to uncompressed blocks that a file
initially has. The maximum number of those blocks is 100, if the size of
file exceeds them, we simply test first 100 blocks.
In "conventional files" there are 2 hi-res JPEGs, 2 books in .txt format, 2
PDF documents and 2 binaries (from my sbin folder of DragonFly).
"Uncompressed files" have 2 uncompressed TIFF images and 2 .wav files.
"Code" has 2 source code files from DragonFly's sources.
"Logs" have 2 logs from my VPS.
If it's necessary, I can upload all those files if you or someone else want
to take a closer look.
 - http://leaf.dragonflybsd.org/~iostream/table.html
 - http://leaf.dragonflybsd.org/~iostream/table.pdf
On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 5:10 AM, Justin Sherrill
<justin at shiningsilence.com>wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 22, 2013 at 3:14 PM, Daniel Flores <daniel5555 at gmail.com>
> > Hello everyone,
> > Here is my report on the progress made during the first week of GSOC's
> > coding period. I'd be happy to receive your feedback and criticism.
> > It turned out that I really overestimated the part of prototype
> > (and possibly underestimated the amount of time related directly to
> > HAMMER2). In any case, the prototype part is done for now. The algorithm
> > that was integrated in prototype application is LZ4, the algorithm
> > by Freddie.
> Do you have the results somewhere in tabular form? It would be
> interesting (though not necessary in any way) to see the results side
> by side on different file types.
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