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2017-12-04sha1_file: use strbuf_add() instead of strbuf_addf()Derrick Stolee
Replace use of strbuf_addf() with strbuf_add() when enumerating loose objects in for_each_file_in_obj_subdir(). Since we already check the length and hex-values of the string before consuming the path, we can prevent extra computation by using the lower- level method. One consumer of for_each_file_in_obj_subdir() is the abbreviation code. OID abbreviations use a cached list of loose objects (per object subdirectory) to make repeated queries fast, but there is significant cache load time when there are many loose objects. Most repositories do not have many loose objects before repacking, but in the GVFS case the repos can grow to have millions of loose objects. Profiling 'git log' performance in GitForWindows on a GVFS-enabled repo with ~2.5 million loose objects revealed 12% of the CPU time was spent in strbuf_addf(). Add a new performance test to that is more sensitive to this cache-loading. By limiting to 1000 commits, we more closely resemble user wait time when reading history into a pager. For a copy of the Linux repo with two ~512 MB packfiles and ~572K loose objects, running 'git log --oneline --parents --raw -1000' had the following performance: HEAD~1 HEAD ---------------------------------------- 7.70(7.15+0.54) 7.44(7.09+0.29) -3.4% Signed-off-by: Derrick Stolee <> Reviewed-by: Jeff King <> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <> add log --online --raw --parents perf testDerrick Stolee
Add a new perf test for testing the performance of log while computing OID abbreviations. Using --oneline --raw and --parents options maximizes the number of OIDs to abbreviate while still spending some time computing diffs. Signed-off-by: Derrick Stolee <> Reviewed-by: Jeff King <> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <>
2016-06-22p4211: explicitly disable renames in no-rename testJeff King
p4211 tests line-log performance both with and without "-M". In v2.9.0, the case without "-M" appears to have regressed badly, but that is only because we flipped on renames by default. Let's have the test explicitly disable renames to get consistent timings (and to match the presumed intent of the test, which is to see the effects with and without renames). Signed-off-by: Jeff King <> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <>
2013-03-28Implement line-history search (git log -L)Thomas Rast
This is a rewrite of much of Bo's work, mainly in an effort to split it into smaller, easier to understand routines. The algorithm is built around the struct range_set, which encodes a series of line ranges as intervals [a,b). This is used in two contexts: * A set of lines we are tracking (which will change as we dig through history). * To encode diffs, as pairs of ranges. The main routine is range_set_map_across_diff(). It processes the diff between a commit C and some parent P. It determines which diff hunks are relevant to the ranges tracked in C, and computes the new ranges for P. The algorithm is then simply to process history in topological order from newest to oldest, computing ranges and (partial) diffs. At branch points, we need to merge the ranges we are watching. We will find that many commits do not affect the chosen ranges, and mark them TREESAME (in addition to those already filtered by pathspec limiting). Another pass of history simplification then gets rid of such commits. This is wired as an extra filtering pass in the log machinery. This currently only reduces code duplication, but should allow for other simplifications and options to be used. Finally, we hook a diff printer into the output chain. Ideally we would wire directly into the diff logic, to optionally use features like word diff. However, that will require some major reworking of the diff chain, so we completely replace the output with our own diff for now. As this was a GSoC project, and has quite some history by now, many people have helped. In no particular order, thanks go to Jakub Narebski <> Jens Lehmann <> Jonathan Nieder <> Junio C Hamano <> Ramsay Jones <> Will Palmer <> Apologies to everyone I forgot. Signed-off-by: Bo Yang <> Signed-off-by: Thomas Rast <> Signed-off-by: Junio C Hamano <>