Message6673

Author atorralba
Recipients atorralba, florian, jendrik, malte, silvan
Date 2017-12-01.11:13:54
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My two cents on this. In my experience, compiling on 32/64 bits has the most 
impact on the performance of data-structures that heavily rely on pointers 
(e.g. BDDs). If something alike is being heavily used by the planner, and 
experiments are performed with a limit of 4GB or less, compiling in 32-bits is 
highly recommended.

But probably this is not a problem since FastDownward does not use this type of 
data-structure.
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