Re: [xsl] Utilizing dual processors with Saxon

Subject: Re: [xsl] Utilizing dual processors with Saxon
From: "klaus e. werner" <kew@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2003 18:31:56 +0200
I've not tried it for myself yet, but jd.xslt
( has got a good review for being the
"kind-of" fastest xslt processor by German magazine iX.

"Kind-of" because it always depends on what you're doing. It
provides some extensions, though.

Maybe worth a try ...

klaus e. werner  

On Tue, 14 Oct 2003 16:28:23 -0500
"Robert Ogden" <Robert.Ogden@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I'm really not well enough versed to know...
> Can Saxon leverage use of both processors in a dual processor unit?
> I'm working on a dual processor machine (2 1.4GHz Intels), and 2 GB or
> RAM.
> I am attempting to process 1 master XML document 16.3 MB is size.
> My processor tacks out at 50% (+/- 2%) depending on what is running in
> the background. I think the processor is the weak link in this
> equation, as my memory usage never spikes out.
> I did set a java switch in the command line -Xmx1024m as if I did not
> I got an out of memory error almost immediately.
> It is taking about 5 1/2 hours to run the complete file for output ...
> that's rather unacceptable.
> Would another parser do any better?
> Any help would be greatly appreciated!
> Robert Ogden
> IETM Developer
> Navy Programs
> (763) 572-7121
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