Here we benchmarked Sphinx 3.0.2 vs Manticore 2.6.2. This was 8 months ago and both Manticore and Sphinx changed since then. As it's said in Sphinx 3.0.3 announcement Sphinx 3.0.3 is up to 2x faster compared to 3.0.2, so it's interesting to do another benchmark. This time let's test on a real dataset - Hacker News comments.
The benchmark was conducted with the following conditions:
In this article we test how percolate queries perform in Manticore Search and Luwak.
Recently we tested the performance of Percolate Queries in Manticore Search and Elasticsearch. Today we are looking at Luwak, a stored query engine based on Lucene search library.
When we developed Percolate Queries […]
As said on http://jemalloc.net/:
jemalloc is a general purpose malloc(3) implementation that emphasizes fragmentation avoidance and scalable concurrency support.
Some Sphinx and Manticore Search users prefer jemalloc over malloc and say it allows to save some RAM. I've tested how jemalloc affects resource consumption and response time for 2 weeks on 3 Manticore clusters (se03/03-2, se04/04-2, se05/05-2) each of which: