performance bottleneck

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  • This does not present a real performance bottleneck; both arrangements offer about the same throughput.
  • Performance bottlenecks can be due to language limitations rather than algorithms or data structures used in the program.
  • EDGE attempts to bypass certain performance bottlenecks that have come to dominate modern systems.
  • RPT offers a variety of reports to identify the presence and cause of system performance bottlenecks.
  • Additional performance bottlenecks and new single points of failure may be introduced when Shadow IT systems layer on top of existing systems.
  • Microprocessors have advanced much faster than memory, especially in terms of their operating frequency, so memory became a performance bottleneck.
  • Such problems can be performance bottlenecks, object leaks, or system resource limits.
  • Users can run multiple load tests in order to locate and fix performance bottlenecks.
  • Caching is a fundamental method of removing performance bottlenecks that are the result of slow access to data.
  • The key performance bottleneck in traditional designs is that the data and the instructions that operate on them are theoretically scattered about memory.
  • Users query the data loaded into the system's memory thereby avoiding slower database access and performance bottlenecks.
  • This was called "blowing a rev" and was a well-understood performance bottleneck in disk systems.
  • This presents a tremendous performance bottleneck when latency is an issue.
  • The primary criticism of performance test automation tools such as RPT is that they can only find the performance bottlenecks that they are programmed to find.
  • Hardware requirements are largely game-dependent, although the performance bottleneck in most cases is the CPU rather than the GPU.
  • The software's real-time in-memory analytics display interactive views of live data while tests are running so users can pinpoint and fix performance bottlenecks immediately.
  • Single-level storage operating systems also allow CPU, memory and disk resources to be freely substituted for each other at run time to smooth out performance bottlenecks.
  • Oracle operation depends on ready access to the data dictionary -- performance bottlenecks in the data dictionary affect all Oracle users.
  • However, it is also possible to use such a layer of abstraction to work around a performance bottleneck, indeed even to bypass the kernel for optimization purposes.
  • The extension aims to allow for easy detection of performance bottlenecks and offers a GUI for debugging applications.