Some charts

I’ve tested more cases of components switching and here I post the charts which summarize the results.

* Mail: Ok, we see it yesterday, this strange increase of time when switching 50 times the mail component, but only from a threshold.

Mail switching

-> And what about the other components? Will they suffer the increase of time, too?

Let’s see…

Contacts: linear time… (except the first or second execution, this is common for the following components).
Contacts switching

Calendar:

Calendar switching

Tasks:

Tasks switching

Memos:

Memos switching

Mixed: We switch in the order Mail-Contacts-Calendar-Tasks-Memos. This is a bit special. Here, time increases again with a different multiplier factor for each component, although calendar, memos and tasks are similar.

*Edited* This is the right image, the one I removed hasn’t got data in correct order. Nevertheless, the conclusion is the same, because the disorder wasn’t important.

Mixed switching

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2 Comments »

  1. Manu said

    ¿con qué has hecho los gráficos?

  2. m3gumi said

    Hola Manu,
    los gráficos están hechos con OpenOffice (calc).

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