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Author loewis
Recipients Trundle, brian.curtin, giampaolo.rodola, loewis, neologix, nvetoshkin, pitrou, socketpair, terry.reedy
Date 2011-03-10.03:14:11
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> a cron script which must process just a bunch of them at a time.
 > There's no need to gather them all.

Can you please be more explicit? What's the application in which you
have several millions of files in a directory? What's the task that
the processing script needs to perform?

> - here's a kind of test (cached and uncached)

This isn't really convincing - the test looks at all files, so it isn't 
clear why xlistdir should do any better than listdir. And indeed, with
a cold cache, xlistdir is slower (IIUC).

> - here's a testcase for batch processing of directory contenst (first is xlistdir(), second - listdir()) both uncached.

This is not a real-world application - there is no actual processing done.

BTW, can you publish your xlistdir implementation somewhere?
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2011-03-10 03:14:15loewissetrecipients: + loewis, terry.reedy, pitrou, giampaolo.rodola, Trundle, brian.curtin, nvetoshkin, neologix, socketpair
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