[gclist] data on lifetime distribution

Manoj Plakal plakal@cs.wisc.edu
Wed, 30 Jan 2002 09:19:24 -0600

Sylvia Deckmann at UCSB had done some studies
of Java with SPECjvm98. Her Masters thesis
and her ECOOP99 paper might be useful.


Kenjiro Taura wrote (Wed, Jan 30, 2002 at 10:59:02PM +0900) :
> Dear Garbage Collectionists:
> Can anybody provide us with data on object lifetime distribution?  or
> direct us to any such data available online or kind persons off the
> list? I would appreciate very much if I can use such data for our
> research purpose.
> At minimum, histgrams that describe how much bytes of lifetime X to
> X+dX are allocated in a program will suffice. Time series data that
> describes a sequence of events like "object xxx of x bytes born at
> time T" and "object xxx die at time T" is even better.
> Actually, we have data for some klic (a very allocation intensive,
> logic programming language implementation) programs, so we could share
> it with you if any of you is interested.  We would like to have data
> of different types (Java, C, C++, ML, ...).
> Thanks.
> -------
> Kenjiro Taura
> University of Tokyo
> Graduate School of Information Science and Technology
> Department of Information and Communication Engineering
> tau@logos.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp
> http://www.logos.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~tau