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This is very cool! Applying Mechanical Sympathy optimization techniques to Jetty, specifically: “False sharing” on the BlockingArrayQueue data structure resolved; a new ArrayTernaryTrie data structure to improve header field storage, making it faster to build. look up, efficient on RAM, cheap to GC, and more cache-friendly than a traditional trie; and a branchless hex-to-byte conversion statement. The results are a 30%-faster microbenchmark on amd64, with 50% less Young Gen garbage collections. Lovely to see low-level infrastructure libs like Jetty getting this kind of optimization.
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