Re: LISP web hosting
Date: Mon, 22 Mar 2004 18:30:54 GMT
>>>>> On Mon, 22 Mar 2004 04:59:33 -0600, Rob Warnock ("Rob") writes:
Rob> Robert Bruce Carleton <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Rob> | Do you think clisp would have a smaller memory footprint than cmulisp.
Rob> Perhaps, but it would have a *far* higher CPU "footprint"
Rob> (assuming the bulk of the app were compiled). Besides, as I
Rob> said, the real memory footprint of CMUCL is much more reasonable
Rob> than its apparent one. and you can tune its GC if you like to
Rob> trade off memory versus CPU used.
I haven't been following this, but since servers come standard with at
least 4 GB of RAM these days, I can't imagine what the debate is about.
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