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MODULE LOAD TIME ISSUE

by santhosh_89 (Scribe)
on Oct 29, 2009 at 05:35 UTC ( #803886=perlquestion: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??
santhosh_89 has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:

Hi Monks

I have a module called USER_DBI,It would be included following modules.

package USER_DBI; use USER_DBI_Global; # 15 Lines code BEGIN{ unshift(@INC, $USER_DBI_Global::INI_Module); } use Config::Abstract::Ini; ### CPAN Module use Switch; ### CPAN use USER_DBI_Parser; ### 1 sec 400 lines code use USER_DBI_Lib; ### 2 sec 500 lines code use USER_DBI_Log; ### 1 sec 400 Lines code use USER_DBI_Database; ### 1 sec 300 lines code

While including the USER_DBI module,It is taking 4 sec to load those modules,I checked by benchmark module to get to know the load time.I wanted to use effective method can anyone help me.
Note: Every Module has required functionality.Reducing the code size is not possible.Already it has optimized.

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Re: Module load time issue
by FalseVinylShrub (Chaplain) on Oct 29, 2009 at 06:23 UTC

    That seems like rather a long time to load modules of this size. Are the modules doing anything other than defining subroutines? e.g. attempting to connect to a server, code generation or something.

    Have you tried benchmarking what happens within the modules at load time? It sounds like more is happening than just loading some code.

    HTH, F.V.S.

    update: unshouted the title

Re: MODULE LOAD TIME ISSUE
by cdarke (Prior) on Oct 29, 2009 at 08:30 UTC
    First, Switch is deprecated and should not be used, although your numbers imply this is not the issue.

    Find out what your USER_DBI modules are doing at compile time: the number of lines of code is a poor indication. They might, for example, connect to a database in a BEGIN block and wait for a DB service to respond. They might be connecting to another machine through a socket; they might be calculating the number of molecules in the universe in a BEGIN block for all I know. There are several other blocks that get executed at module load time as well, and they could be using any or all of them.
Re: MODULE LOAD TIME ISSUE
by Anonymous Monk on Oct 29, 2009 at 05:51 UTC
    Already it has optimized.

    You're using a source filter, so how is that possible?

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