mpeuser at web.de
Fri Aug 15 17:23:49 CEST 2003
I have no idea! I used a similar scheme the other day and made some
benchmarks (I *like* benchmarks!)
About 6 MB took 4 seconds dumping as well as loading on a 800 Mhz P3 Laptop.
When using binary mode it went down to about 1.5 seconds (And space to 2 MB)
THis is o.k., because I generally have problems beeing faster than 1 MB/sec
with my 2" drive, processor and Python ;-)
Python 2.3 seems to have even a more effective "protocoll mode 2".
May be your structures are *very* complex??
"Drochom" <pedrosch at gazeta.pl> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:bhiqlg$9qj$1 at atlantis.news.tpi.pl...
> I have a huge problem with loading very simple structure into memory
> it is a list of tuples, it has 6MB and consists of 100000 elements
> >import cPickle
> >plik = open("mealy","r")
> >mealy = cPickle.load(plik)
> this takes about 30 seconds!
> How can I accelerate it?
> Thanks in adv.
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