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Jesteress
Jesteress
Jesteress

Jesteress
Jesteress


Yoshi


Fastest non-secure hash function!?

I've made a few variants of the famous Fowler/Noll/Vo hash a.k.a. FNV.
Mr. Noll's site being the home of FNV: http://www.isthe.com/chongo/src/fnv/fnv-5.0.2.tar.gz.

The name of the game is 'Fastest hasher for short strings'. For longer (than ordinary words) strings i.e. phrases/sentences here comes the FNV1A_Jesteress - simply the fastest hasher[ess] to my knowledge, so far, gladly I will update this statement when a faster one is found/e-mailed. FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD proves to be the fastest (with higher latency, though) 32bit linear slasher, on i7-3930K 3.9GHz achieving 12GB/s and on Phenom II Thuban 4.0GHz achieving 11GB/s. Well, the best (not regarding LATENCY nor BANDWIDTH, i.e. overall) 32bit hash so far is FNV1A_Yorikke. Speaking of 64bit, FNV1A_Tesla has a much worse distribution but hashes lightningly fast especially for 32++bytes keys, it is most suitable when the collision managing is done by superfast lookuper as well, obviously it needs some refinements - here revision 2 is given. "No High-Speed Limit", says Tesla. When the GOLDEN Yorikke was Interleaved&Interlaced a DIAMANT appeared - it's time for a new generation slasher: FNV1A_Yoshimura, right said Tesla.

Yoshi


Below, the results after running 32bit code by Intel 12.1 compiler (/Ox used):
Linear speed on Fantasy's Black-and-Red Rig (i7-3930K, 4500MHz, CPU bus: 125MHz, RAM bus: 2400MHz Quad Channel):
Fetching/Hashing a 64MB block 1024 times i.e. 64GB ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS: (64MB block); 65536MB fetched in 4584 clocks or 14.297MB per clock
BURST_Read_3DWORDS: (64MB block); 65536MB fetched in 4645 clocks or 14.109MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 5623 clocks or 11.655MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 6212 clocks or 10.550MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 5329 clocks or 12.298MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 37555 clocks or 1.745MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 10MB block 8*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS: (10MB block); 81920MB fetched in 4726 clocks or 17.334MB per clock
BURST_Read_3DWORDS: (10MB block); 81920MB fetched in 4850 clocks or 16.891MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD: (10MB block); 81920MB hashed in 6363 clocks or 12.874MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (10MB block); 81920MB hashed in 7173 clocks or 11.421MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura: (10MB block); 81920MB hashed in 6121 clocks or 13.383MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2: (10MB block); 81920MB hashed in 46394 clocks or 1.766MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 5MB block 8*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS: (5MB block); 40960MB fetched in 2046 clocks or 20.020MB per clock
BURST_Read_3DWORDS: (5MB block); 40960MB fetched in 2091 clocks or 19.589MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD: (5MB block); 40960MB hashed in 2877 clocks or 14.237MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (5MB block); 40960MB hashed in 3333 clocks or 12.289MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura: (5MB block); 40960MB hashed in 2929 clocks or 13.984MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2: (5MB block); 40960MB hashed in 22909 clocks or 1.788MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 2MB block 32*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS: (2MB block); 65536MB fetched in 3207 clocks or 20.435MB per clock
BURST_Read_3DWORDS: (2MB block); 65536MB fetched in 3296 clocks or 19.883MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD: (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 4554 clocks or 14.391MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 5285 clocks or 12.400MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura: (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 4630 clocks or 14.155MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2: (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 36538 clocks or 1.794MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 128KB block 512*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS: (128KB block); 65536MB fetched in 2433 clocks or 26.936MB per clock
BURST_Read_3DWORDS: (128KB block); 65536MB fetched in 2627 clocks or 24.947MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD: (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 4388 clocks or 14.935MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 5163 clocks or 12.693MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura: (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 4553 clocks or 14.394MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2: (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 36238 clocks or 1.808MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 16KB block 4*1024*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS: (16KB block); 65536MB fetched in 1968 clocks or 33.301MB per clock
BURST_Read_3DWORDS: (16KB block); 65536MB fetched in 2600 clocks or 25.206MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 4393 clocks or 14.918MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 5126 clocks or 12.785MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 4551 clocks or 14.400MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 36227 clocks or 1.809MB per clock
The above dump was made with HASH_linearspeed_Yoshimura.zip package, please share your 'Results.txt'.


Update, 2013-Jul-21: Yesterday seeing how the t0tum's Core i7 4770K (x44 core, x44 uncore) broke the 1TB/s L1 cache READ (with new AIDA64 which reports bandwidth using multi-threaded tests) I prepared a new FNV1A_Yoshimura variant called FNV1A_farolito. 'FAROLITO' may shine on HASWELL, still it is untested/untortured.

farolito

For reference: www.sanmayce.com/Fastest_Hash/index.html#farolito

Update, 2013-Jun-25: Having failed to outrun 'xxhash256' at least I recalled a superb verse from who-knows-wherefrom: "[One's] Everything was/is not enough", which invoked another old one: "The most important thing is defeat to come NOT from within".
Here comes the dispersion 'TRISMUS' 1+ trillion 1Kb text chunks torture Trismus package.
After some 384h of hashing Knight-Tour derivatives on T7500 2200Mhz:
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii: KT_DumpCounter = 0,000,134,217,729; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,012; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,050,530,128
CRC32 0x8F6E37A0, iSCSI: KT_DumpCounter = 0,000,134,217,729; 000,000,004 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,011; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,049,561,215
...
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii: KT_DumpCounter = 1,000,056,291,329; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 007,930; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000
CRC32 0x8F6E37A0, iSCSI: KT_DumpCounter = 1,000,056,291,329; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 007,910; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000

So, 'TRISMUS' rev. E says:

For 1,000,056,291,329:134,217,727 = 7,451:1 ratio the DFTID (deviation-from-the-ideal-dispersion) is:
DFTID = (MAX_depthness-(NumberOfKeys+1)/Slots) / ((NumberOfKeys+1)/Slots) * 100%
or
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii's DFTID = (7,930-7,451)/7,451*100% = 6.4%
Thanks to m^2 some results obtained on AMCC 440EPX (aka. sequoia) with his benchmarking package come here: On PowerPC 440 'FNV1a-YoshimitsuTRIAD' slashes MUTSI, it is written well as if I knew what I was doing, he-he.
PPC440EPx Features
PowerPC 440 Processor
The PowerPC 440 processor is designed for high-end applications: RAID controllers, SAN, iSCSI, routers,
switches, printers, set-top boxes, etc. It implements the Book E PowerPC embedded architecture and uses the
128-bit version of IBM's on-chip CoreConnect Bus Architecture.
Features include:
* Up to 667MHz operation
* PowerPC Book E architecture
* 32KB I-cache, 32KB D-cache
 - UTLB Word Wide parity on data and tag address parity with exception force
* Three logical regions in D-cache: locked, transient, normal
* D-cache full line flush capability
* 41-bit virtual address, 36-bit (64GB) physical address
* Superscalar, out-of-order execution
* 7-stage pipeline
* 3 execution pipelines
* Dynamic branch prediction
* Memory management unit
 - 64-entry, full associative, unified TLB with optional parity
 - Separate instruction and data micro-TLBs
 - Storage attributes for write-through, cache-inhibited, guarded, and big or little endian
* Debug facilities
 - Multiple instruction and data range breakpoints
 - Data value compare
 - Single step, branch, and trap events
 - Non-invasive real-time trace interface
* 24 DSP instructions
 - Single cycle multiply and multiply-accumulate
 - 32 x 32 integer multiply
 - 16 x 16 -> 32-bit MAC

System:		
cpu             440EPX	
clock           666.666670MHz	
platform        PowerPC 44x Platform	
model           amcc,sequoia	
Memory          255 MB	

Software:       switches
fsbench 0.14.2  s400 -i3 -c -o200
gcc 4.4.6       -O3 -fno-tree-vectorize

Data:
16 KB of random data

Codec:                 Speed (MB/s) Speed (ticks/B)
FNV1a-YoshimitsuTRIAD  1122.19       0.57
FNV1a-Yoshimura        1078.13       0.59
FNV1a-Yorikke          1072.76       0.59
fletcher2               763.72       0.83
FNV1a-Jesteress         690.14       0.92
xxhash                  580.14       1.10
xxhash256               490.96       1.29
murmur3_x86_128         380.91       1.67
CityHash32              339.51       1.87
SpookyHash              255.89       2.48
fletcher4               226.00       2.81
CityHash64              179.86       3.53
murmur3_x64_128         177.91       3.57
CityHash128             162.04       3.92
murmur3_x86_32          146.97       4.33

Software:       switches	
fsbench 0.14.2  -i10 -s1000	
gcc 4.4.6       -O3 -fno-tree-vectorize	

Data:	
tar of scc files trimmed to 1 MB each	

Codec                  Speed (MB/s) Speed (ticks/B)		
FNV1a-YoshimitsuTRIAD   219.66       2.89				
FNV1a-Yorikke           216.21       2.94				
FNV1a-Yoshimura         204.94       3.10				
fletcher2               203.59       3.12				
xxhash256               193.37       3.29				
FNV1a-Jesteress         193.37       3.29				
xxhash                  184.26       3.45				
murmur3_x86_128         164.06       3.88				
CityHash32              157.60       4.03				
uhash                   149.14       4.26				
CityHash64              134.46       4.73				
SpookyHash              134.46       4.73				
fletcher4               127.17       5.00				
CityHash128             111.01       5.73				
murmur3_x64_128         109.50       5.81				
murmur3_x86_32           96.70       6.58				
vhash                    76.79       8.28				
Also, he did an interesting speed test on ARM Cortex-A8:
Cortex-A8 Features
NEON:                      128-bit SIMD engine enables high performance media processing. Using NEON for some Audio, Video, and Graphics workloads eases the burden of supporting more dedicated accelerators across the SoC and enables the system to support the standards of tomorrow
Optimized Level 1 cache:   The Level 1 cache is integrated tightly into the processor with a single-cycle access time. The caches combine minimal access latency with hash way determination to maximize performance and minimize power consumption.
Integrated Level 2 cache:  The Level 2 cache, integrated into the core, provides ease of integration, power efficiency, and optimal performance. Built using standard compiled RAMs, the cache is configurable from 0K - 1MB. The cache can be built using compiled memories and has programmable delay to accommodate different array characteristics
Thumb-2 Technology:        Delivers the peak performance of traditional ARM code while also providing up to a 30% reduction in memory required to store instructions.
Dynamic Branch Prediction: To minimize branch wrong prediction penalties, the dynamic branch predictor achieves 95% accuracy across a wide range of industry benchmarks. The Predictor is enabled by branch target and global history buffers. The replay mechanism minimizes miss-predict penalty.
Memory Management Unit:    A full MMU enables the Cortex-A8 to run rich operating systems in a variety of Applications
Jazelle-RCT Technology:    RCT Java-acceleration technology to optimize Just In Time (JIT) and Dynamic Adaptive Compilation (DAC), and reduce memory footprint by up to three times
Memory System:             Optimized for power-efficiency and high-performance. Hash array in the L1 cache limits activation of the memories to when they are likely to be needed. Direct interface between the integrated, configurable L2 cache and the NEON media unit for data streaming. Banked L2 cache design that enables only one bank at a time. Support for multiple outstanding transactions to the L3 memory to fully utilize the CPU.

CortexA8 1 thread @720 Mhz L1 cache	 	 	 
Codec                  Speed (MB/s) Ticks/B
FNV1a-YoshimitsuTRIAD  1021.79       0.67
FNV1a-Yoshimura         989.00       0.69
FNV1a-Yorikke           988.45       0.69
fletcher2               834.93       0.82
FNV1a-Jesteress         682.55       1.01
xxhash                  520.19       1.32
fletcher4               389.82       1.76
xxhash256               354.69       1.94
murmur3_x86_128         303.36       2.26
SpookyHash              229.25       3.00
murmur3_x86_32          136.94       5.01
murmur3_x64_128         133.48       5.14
uhash                   121.58       5.65
vhash                   113.45       6.05
CityHash32               84.42       8.13
CityHash128              82.57       8.32
CityHash64               79.14       8.68
I hope m^2 to continue his quest on different platforms, it will be beneficial for many coders.

Penumbra

For reference: www.sanmayce.com/Fastest_Hash/index.html#PENUMBRA

Update, 2013-Jun-16: Very nice versatile hash benchmarking (on 3 platforms: AMD/Intel/Cortex) here was done by m^2 where 'xxhash256' (written by Cyan and m^2) dominates MONSTROUSLY in L1/L2 cache linear speed hashing. So my 'secret weapon' i.e. FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM got unrolled in order to face the 'monster', its new name is FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMMx2 aka FNV1A_penumbra, its C source and its ASM main loop are given in link below.
The dump below was made with HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_32bit_64bit_PENUMBRA.zip package.
D:\_KAZE\HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_32bit_64bit_PENUMBRA>dir

Directory of D:\_KAZE\HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_32bit_64bit_PENUMBRA

06/16/2013  04:21 PM           172,850 HASH_linearspeed_FURY.c
06/16/2013  04:21 PM         1,535,862 HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_64bit_12.cod
06/16/2013  04:21 PM           135,168 HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_64bit_12.exe
06/16/2013  04:21 PM             4,812 HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_64bit_12_XXHASH256_mainloop.cod.txt
06/16/2013  04:21 PM         1,637,166 HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_IA-32_12.cod
06/16/2013  04:21 PM           124,416 HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_IA-32_12.exe
06/16/2013  04:21 PM             6,771 HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_IA-32_12_PENUMBRA_mainloop.cod.txt
06/16/2013  04:21 PM               314 KAZE_compile_Intel32.bat
06/16/2013  04:21 PM               314 KAZE_compile_Intel64.bat
06/16/2013  04:21 PM             6,833 RESULTS_T7500.TXT
06/16/2013  04:21 PM               109 RUNME.bat
06/16/2013  04:21 PM             1,590 Yorikke prompt.lnk

D:\_KAZE\HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_32bit_64bit_PENUMBRA>RUNME.bat

D:\_KAZE\HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_32bit_64bit_PENUMBRA>HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_IA-32_12.exe1>RESULTS.TXT

D:\_KAZE\HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_32bit_64bit_PENUMBRA>HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_64bit_12.exe1>>RESULTS.TXT

The 64bit results, HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_64bit_12.exe:

Memory pool starting address: 00000000005A0080 ... 64 byte aligned, OK

Info1: One second seems to have 998 clocks.
Info2: This CPU seems to be working at 2,191 MHz.

Fetching/Hashing a 64MB block 1024 times i.e. 64GB ...
XXH_256:                    (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 15975 clocks or 4.102MB/4.099MB per clock
FNV1A_penumbra:             (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 14710 clocks or 4.455MB/4.517MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 13900 clocks or 4.715MB/4.763MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii:    (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 14680 clocks or 4.464MB/4.488MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD:      (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 16130 clocks or 4.063MB/4.055MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura:            (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 14867 clocks or 4.408MB/4.418MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2:         (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 71261 clocks or 0.920MB/0.920MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 2MB block 32*1024 times ...
XXH_256:                    (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 6022 clocks or  10.883MB/10.883MB per clock
FNV1A_penumbra:             (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 6380 clocks or  10.272MB/10.272MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM: (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 6786 clocks or   9.658MB/ 9.703MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii:    (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 10374 clocks or  6.317MB/ 6.279MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD:      (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 10576 clocks or  6.197MB/ 6.215MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura:            (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 10935 clocks or  5.993MB/ 5.942MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2:         (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 68125 clocks or  0.962MB/ 0.962MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 16KB block 4*1024*1024 times ...
XXH_256:                    (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 6037 clocks or 10.856MB/10.941MB per clock
FNV1A_penumbra:             (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 5991 clocks or 10.939MB/10.941MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 6021 clocks or 10.885MB/10.883MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii:    (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 9469 clocks or  6.921MB/ 6.921MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD:      (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 10250 clocks or 6.394MB/ 6.384MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura:            (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 9937 clocks or  6.595MB/ 6.595MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2:         (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 67595 clocks or 0.970MB/ 0.970MB per clock

The 32bit results, HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_IA-32_12.exe:

Memory pool starting address: 00AC0040 ... 64 byte aligned, OK

Info1: One second seems to have 998 clocks.
Info2: This CPU seems to be working at 2,191 MHz.

Fetching/Hashing a 64MB block 1024 times i.e. 64GB ...
XXH_256:                    (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 35787 clocks or 1.831MB/1.831MB per clock
FNV1A_penumbra:             (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 14445 clocks or 4.537MB/4.581MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 14056 clocks or 4.662MB/4.752MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii:    (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 14773 clocks or 4.436MB/4.488MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD:      (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 16115 clocks or 4.067MB/4.087MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura:            (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 14914 clocks or 4.394MB/4.436MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2:         (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 71573 clocks or 0.916MB/0.916MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 2MB block 32*1024 times ...
XXH_256:                    (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 33212 clocks or  1.973MB/ 1.972MB per clock
FNV1A_penumbra:             (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 6568 clocks or   9.978MB/10.025MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM: (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 7316 clocks or   8.958MB/ 8.976MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii:    (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 9750 clocks or   6.722MB/ 6.854MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD:      (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 9750 clocks or   6.722MB/ 6.722MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura:            (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 10311 clocks or  6.356MB/ 6.483MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2:         (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 69763 clocks or  0.939MB/ 0.940MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 16KB block 4*1024*1024 times ...
XXH_256:                    (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 33415 clocks or 1.961MB/ 1.957MB per clock
FNV1A_penumbra:             (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 5819 clocks or 11.262MB/11.293MB per clock  !!! Giga Shadow !!!
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 6973 clocks or  9.399MB/ 9.399MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii:    (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 8908 clocks or  7.357MB/ 7.370MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD:      (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 8986 clocks or  7.293MB/ 7.294MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura:            (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 9688 clocks or  6.765MB/ 6.754MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2:         (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 69467 clocks or 0.943MB/ 0.949MB per clock
What can I say, despite the hiccup (in L2 64bit results) 'PENUMBRA' overshadows everything up to 2013-Jun-16, no?
Yet, 'xxhash256' being XMMless function (hashing 128 bytes per loop) proves to be almost as fast as
THE monster-slasher 'FNV1A_penumbra' being XMMful function (hashing 192 bytes per loop).
Hearing that 4th generation i7 i.e. HASWELL features much faster (than 3rd) L1 makes me to expect even more
favor for XMM, after all Core 2 is famous for its 32bit performance but i7 should be much more XMM friendly.
Who can send me 'RESULTS.TXT' obtained on HASWELL, gladly will post here the dump.
Monster face-offs are interesting and informative however after the havoc the question remains:
"What is the NIFTIEST multi-purpose hasher?"
My answer: 'FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii', just deploy it and forget to worry about the outcome.
// FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMMx2 (revision 2 of FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM, just unrolled once) aka FNV1A_penumbra, copyleft 2013-Jun-15 Kaze.
// PENUMBRA: Any partial shade or shadow round a thing; a surrounding area of uncertain extent (lit. & fig.). [mod. Latin, from Latin paene almost + umbra shadow.] 
//
// Hoy en mi ventana brilla el sol / The sun shines through my window today
// Y el corazón se pone triste contemplando la ciudad / And my heart feels sad while contemplating the city
// Porque te vas / Because you are leaving
// Como cada noche desperté pensando en ti / Just like every night, I woke up thinking of you
// Y en mi reloj todas las horas vi pasar / And I saw as all the hours passed by in my clock
// Porque te vas / Because you are leaving
// Todas las promesas de mi amor se irán contigo / All my love promises will be gone with you
// Me olvidaras, me olvidaras / You will forget me, you will forget me
// Junto a la estación lloraré igual que un niño / Next to the station I will cry like a child
// Porque te vas, porque te vas / Because you are leaving, because you are leaving
// Bajo la penumbra de un farol se dormirán / Under the shadow of a street lamp they will sleep
// Todas las cosas que quedaron por decir se dormirán / All the things left unsaid will sleep there
// Junto a las manillas de un reloj esperarán / They will wait next to a clock's hands
// Todas las horas que quedaron por vivir esperarán / They will wait for all those hours that we had yet to live
// /J[e]anette - 'Porque te vas' lyrics/
//
// Many dependencies, many mini-goals, many restrictions... Blah-blah-blah...
// Yet in my amateurish view the NIFTIEST HT lookups function emerged, it is FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii.
// Main feature: general purpose HT lookups function targeted as 32bit code and 32bit stamp, superfast for 'any length' keys, escpecially useful for text messages.
//
//#include <emmintrin.h> //SSE2
//#include <smmintrin.h> //SSE4.1
//#include <immintrin.h> //AVX
#define xmmload(p) _mm_load_si128((__m128i const*)(p))
#define xmmloadu(p) _mm_loadu_si128((__m128i const*)(p))
#define _rotl_KAZE128(x, n) _mm_or_si128(_mm_slli_si128(x, n) , _mm_srli_si128(x, 128-n))
#define _rotl_KAZE32(x, n) (((x) << (n)) | ((x) >> (32-(n))))
#define XMM_KAZE_SSE2
// For better mixing the above 'define' should be commented while the next one uncommented!
//#define XMM_KAZE_SSE4
uint32_t FNV1A_penumbra(const char *str, uint32_t wrdlen)
{
    const uint32_t PRIME = 709607;
    uint32_t hash32 = 2166136261;
    uint32_t hash32B = 2166136261;
    uint32_t hash32C = 2166136261;
    const char *p = str;
    uint32_t Loop_Counter;
    uint32_t Second_Line_Offset;

#if defined(XMM_KAZE_SSE2) || defined(XMM_KAZE_SSE4) || defined(XMM_KAZE_AVX)
    __m128i xmm0;   // Defined for clarity: No need of defining it, the compiler sees well and uses no intermediate.
    __m128i xmm1;   // Defined for clarity: No need of defining it, the compiler sees well and uses no intermediate.
    __m128i xmm2;   // Defined for clarity: No need of defining it, the compiler sees well and uses no intermediate.
    __m128i xmm3;   // Defined for clarity: No need of defining it, the compiler sees well and uses no intermediate.
    __m128i xmm4;   // Defined for clarity: No need of defining it, the compiler sees well and uses no intermediate.
    __m128i xmm5;   // Defined for clarity: No need of defining it, the compiler sees well and uses no intermediate.
    __m128i xmm0nd; // Defined for clarity: No need of defining it, the compiler sees well and uses no intermediate.
    __m128i xmm1nd; // Defined for clarity: No need of defining it, the compiler sees well and uses no intermediate.
    __m128i xmm2nd; // Defined for clarity: No need of defining it, the compiler sees well and uses no intermediate.
    __m128i xmm3nd; // Defined for clarity: No need of defining it, the compiler sees well and uses no intermediate.
    __m128i xmm4nd; // Defined for clarity: No need of defining it, the compiler sees well and uses no intermediate.
    __m128i xmm5nd; // Defined for clarity: No need of defining it, the compiler sees well and uses no intermediate.
    __m128i hash32xmm = _mm_set1_epi32(2166136261);
    __m128i hash32Bxmm = _mm_set1_epi32(2166136261);
    __m128i hash32Cxmm = _mm_set1_epi32(2166136261);
    __m128i PRIMExmm = _mm_set1_epi32(709607);
#endif

#if defined(XMM_KAZE_SSE2) || defined(XMM_KAZE_SSE4) || defined(XMM_KAZE_AVX)
if (wrdlen >= 2*4*24) { // Actually 2*4*24 is the minimum and not useful, 200++ makes more sense.
    Loop_Counter = (wrdlen/(2*4*24));
    Loop_Counter++;
    Second_Line_Offset = wrdlen-(Loop_Counter)*(2*4*3*4);
    for(; Loop_Counter; Loop_Counter--, p += 2*4*3*sizeof(uint32_t)) {
	xmm0 = xmmloadu(p+0*16);
	xmm1 = xmmloadu(p+0*16+Second_Line_Offset);
	xmm2 = xmmloadu(p+1*16);
	xmm3 = xmmloadu(p+1*16+Second_Line_Offset);
	xmm4 = xmmloadu(p+2*16);
	xmm5 = xmmloadu(p+2*16+Second_Line_Offset);
	xmm0nd = xmmloadu(p+3*16);
	xmm1nd = xmmloadu(p+3*16+Second_Line_Offset);
	xmm2nd = xmmloadu(p+4*16);
	xmm3nd = xmmloadu(p+4*16+Second_Line_Offset);
	xmm4nd = xmmloadu(p+5*16);
	xmm5nd = xmmloadu(p+5*16+Second_Line_Offset);
#if defined(XMM_KAZE_SSE2)
		hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm0,5) , xmm1)) , PRIMExmm);       
		hash32Bxmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Bxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm3,5) , xmm2)) , PRIMExmm);        
		hash32Cxmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Cxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm4,5) , xmm5)) , PRIMExmm);      
		hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm0nd,5) , xmm1nd)) , PRIMExmm);       
		hash32Bxmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Bxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm3nd,5) , xmm2nd)) , PRIMExmm);        
		hash32Cxmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Cxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm4nd,5) , xmm5nd)) , PRIMExmm);      
#else
		hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm0,5) , xmm1)) , PRIMExmm);       
		hash32Bxmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Bxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm3,5) , xmm2)) , PRIMExmm);        
		hash32Cxmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Cxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm4,5) , xmm5)) , PRIMExmm);      
		hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm0nd,5) , xmm1nd)) , PRIMExmm);       
		hash32Bxmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Bxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm3nd,5) , xmm2nd)) , PRIMExmm);        
		hash32Cxmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Cxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm4nd,5) , xmm5nd)) , PRIMExmm);      
#endif
    }
#if defined(XMM_KAZE_SSE2)
	hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , hash32Bxmm) , PRIMExmm);       
 	hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , hash32Cxmm) , PRIMExmm);       
#else
	hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , hash32Bxmm) , PRIMExmm);       
 	hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , hash32Cxmm) , PRIMExmm);       
#endif
	hash32 = (hash32 ^ hash32xmm.m128i_u32[0]) * PRIME;
	hash32B = (hash32B ^ hash32xmm.m128i_u32[3]) * PRIME;
	hash32 = (hash32 ^ hash32xmm.m128i_u32[1]) * PRIME;
	hash32B = (hash32B ^ hash32xmm.m128i_u32[2]) * PRIME;
} else if (wrdlen >= 24)
#else
if (wrdlen >= 24)
#endif
{
    Loop_Counter = (wrdlen/24);
    Loop_Counter++;
    Second_Line_Offset = wrdlen-(Loop_Counter)*(3*4);
    for(; Loop_Counter; Loop_Counter--, p += 3*sizeof(uint32_t)) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ (_rotl_KAZE32(*(uint32_t *)(p+0),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+0+Second_Line_Offset))) * PRIME;        
		hash32B = (hash32B ^ (_rotl_KAZE32(*(uint32_t *)(p+4+Second_Line_Offset),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+4))) * PRIME;        
		hash32C = (hash32C ^ (_rotl_KAZE32(*(uint32_t *)(p+8),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+8+Second_Line_Offset))) * PRIME;        
    }
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ _rotl_KAZE32(hash32C,5) ) * PRIME;
} else {
    // 1111=15; 10111=23
    if (wrdlen & 4*sizeof(uint32_t)) {	
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ (_rotl_KAZE32(*(uint32_t *)(p+0),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+4))) * PRIME;        
		hash32B = (hash32B ^ (_rotl_KAZE32(*(uint32_t *)(p+8),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+12))) * PRIME;        
		p += 8*sizeof(uint16_t);
    }
    // Cases: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,...,15
    if (wrdlen & 2*sizeof(uint32_t)) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(uint32_t*)(p+0)) * PRIME;
		hash32B = (hash32B ^ *(uint32_t*)(p+4)) * PRIME;
		p += 4*sizeof(uint16_t);
    }
    // Cases: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7
    if (wrdlen & sizeof(uint32_t)) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(uint16_t*)(p+0)) * PRIME;
		hash32B = (hash32B ^ *(uint16_t*)(p+2)) * PRIME;
		p += 2*sizeof(uint16_t);
    }
    if (wrdlen & sizeof(uint16_t)) {
        hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(uint16_t*)p) * PRIME;
        p += sizeof(uint16_t);
    }
    if (wrdlen & 1) 
        hash32 = (hash32 ^ *p) * PRIME;
}
    hash32 = (hash32 ^ _rotl_KAZE32(hash32B,5) ) * PRIME;
    return hash32 ^ (hash32 >> 16);
}
/*
Main loop, 345a-334e+1+7= 276 bytes, using SSE4:

; mark_description "Intel(R) C++ Compiler XE for applications running on IA-32, Version 12.1.1.258 Build 20111011";
; mark_description "-Ox -TcHASH_linearspeed_FURY.c -FaHASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_IA-32_12 -FAcs";

;;;     for(; Loop_Counter; Loop_Counter--, p += 2*4*3*sizeof(uint32_t)) {

  03346 85 d2            test edx, edx                          
  03348 0f 84 14 01 00 
        00               je .B5.6 
.B5.4:                          

;;; 	xmm0 = xmmloadu(p+0*16);

  0334e f3 0f 6f 09      movdqu xmm1, XMMWORD PTR [ecx]         

;;; 	xmm1 = xmmloadu(p+0*16+Second_Line_Offset);
;;; 	xmm2 = xmmloadu(p+1*16);
;;; 	xmm3 = xmmloadu(p+1*16+Second_Line_Offset);

  03352 f3 0f 6f 7c 19 
        10               movdqu xmm7, XMMWORD PTR [16+ecx+ebx]  

;;; 	xmm4 = xmmloadu(p+2*16);

  03358 f3 0f 6f 69 20   movdqu xmm5, XMMWORD PTR [32+ecx]      

;;; 	xmm5 = xmmloadu(p+2*16+Second_Line_Offset);
;;; 	xmm0nd = xmmloadu(p+3*16);

  0335d f3 0f 6f 61 30   movdqu xmm4, XMMWORD PTR [48+ecx]      

;;; 	xmm1nd = xmmloadu(p+3*16+Second_Line_Offset);
;;; 	xmm2nd = xmmloadu(p+4*16);
;;; 	xmm3nd = xmmloadu(p+4*16+Second_Line_Offset);
;;; 	xmm4nd = xmmloadu(p+5*16);
;;; 	xmm5nd = xmmloadu(p+5*16+Second_Line_Offset);
;;; #if defined(XMM_KAZE_SSE2)
;;; 		hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm0,5) , xmm1)) , PRIMExmm);       
;;; 		hash32Bxmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Bxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm3,5) , xmm2)) , PRIMExmm);        
;;; 		hash32Cxmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Cxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm4,5) , xmm5)) , PRIMExmm);      
;;; 		hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm0nd,5) , xmm1nd)) , PRIMExmm);       
;;; 		hash32Bxmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Bxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm3nd,5) , xmm2nd)) , PRIMExmm);        
;;; 		hash32Cxmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Cxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm4nd,5) , xmm5nd)) , PRIMExmm);      
;;; #else
;;; 		hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm0,5) , xmm1)) , PRIMExmm);       

  03362 66 0f 6f d1      movdqa xmm2, xmm1                      
  03366 66 0f 73 fa 05   pslldq xmm2, 5                         
  0336b 66 0f 73 d9 7b   psrldq xmm1, 123                       
  03370 66 0f eb d1      por xmm2, xmm1                         
  03374 f3 0f 6f 0c 19   movdqu xmm1, XMMWORD PTR [ecx+ebx]     
  03379 66 0f ef d1      pxor xmm2, xmm1                        

;;; 		hash32Bxmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Bxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm3,5) , xmm2)) , PRIMExmm);        

  0337d 66 0f 6f cf      movdqa xmm1, xmm7                      
  03381 66 0f 73 f9 05   pslldq xmm1, 5                         
  03386 66 0f ef f2      pxor xmm6, xmm2                        
  0338a 66 0f 73 df 7b   psrldq xmm7, 123                       
  0338f 66 0f eb cf      por xmm1, xmm7                         
  03393 f3 0f 6f 79 10   movdqu xmm7, XMMWORD PTR [16+ecx]      
  03398 66 0f ef cf      pxor xmm1, xmm7                        

;;; 		hash32Cxmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Cxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm4,5) , xmm5)) , PRIMExmm);      

  0339c 66 0f 6f fd      movdqa xmm7, xmm5                      
  033a0 66 0f 73 ff 05   pslldq xmm7, 5                         
  033a5 66 0f ef d9      pxor xmm3, xmm1                        
  033a9 66 0f 73 dd 7b   psrldq xmm5, 123                       
  033ae 66 0f eb fd      por xmm7, xmm5                         
  033b2 f3 0f 6f 6c 19 
        20               movdqu xmm5, XMMWORD PTR [32+ecx+ebx]  

;;; 		hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm0nd,5) , xmm1nd)) , PRIMExmm);       
;;; 		hash32Bxmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Bxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm3nd,5) , xmm2nd)) , PRIMExmm);        

  033b8 f3 0f 6f 4c 19 
        40               movdqu xmm1, XMMWORD PTR [64+ecx+ebx]  
  033be 66 0f ef fd      pxor xmm7, xmm5                        
  033c2 66 0f 6f ec      movdqa xmm5, xmm4                      
  033c6 66 0f 73 fd 05   pslldq xmm5, 5                         
  033cb 66 0f ef c7      pxor xmm0, xmm7                        
  033cf 66 0f 73 dc 7b   psrldq xmm4, 123                       
  033d4 66 0f eb ec      por xmm5, xmm4                         
  033d8 f3 0f 6f 64 19 
        30               movdqu xmm4, XMMWORD PTR [48+ecx+ebx]  

;;; 		hash32Cxmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Cxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm4nd,5) , xmm5nd)) , PRIMExmm);      

  033de f3 0f 6f 79 50   movdqu xmm7, XMMWORD PTR [80+ecx]      
  033e3 66 0f 6f 15 00 
        00 00 00         movdqa xmm2, XMMWORD PTR [_2il0floatpacket.65] 
  033eb 66 0f ef ec      pxor xmm5, xmm4                        
  033ef 66 0f 38 40 f2   pmulld xmm6, xmm2                      
  033f4 66 0f ef f5      pxor xmm6, xmm5                        
  033f8 66 0f 6f e9      movdqa xmm5, xmm1                      
  033fc 66 0f 73 fd 05   pslldq xmm5, 5                         
  03401 66 0f 73 d9 7b   psrldq xmm1, 123                       
  03406 66 0f eb e9      por xmm5, xmm1                         
  0340a 66 0f 6f cf      movdqa xmm1, xmm7                      
  0340e 66 0f 73 f9 05   pslldq xmm1, 5                         
  03413 66 0f 73 df 7b   psrldq xmm7, 123                       
  03418 f3 0f 6f 61 40   movdqu xmm4, XMMWORD PTR [64+ecx]      
  0341d 66 0f eb cf      por xmm1, xmm7                         
  03421 66 0f ef ec      pxor xmm5, xmm4                        
  03425 f3 0f 6f 7c 19 
        50               movdqu xmm7, XMMWORD PTR [80+ecx+ebx]  
  0342b 66 0f 38 40 da   pmulld xmm3, xmm2                      
  03430 66 0f ef cf      pxor xmm1, xmm7                        
  03434 66 0f 38 40 c2   pmulld xmm0, xmm2                      
  03439 66 0f ef dd      pxor xmm3, xmm5                        
  0343d 66 0f ef c1      pxor xmm0, xmm1                        
  03441 83 c1 60         add ecx, 96                            
  03444 66 0f 38 40 f2   pmulld xmm6, xmm2                      
  03449 4a               dec edx                                
  0344a 66 0f 38 40 da   pmulld xmm3, xmm2                      
  0344f 66 0f 38 40 c2   pmulld xmm0, xmm2                      
  03454 0f 85 f4 fe ff 
        ff               jne .B5.4 
.B5.5:                          
  0345a 66 0f 6f 0d 00 
        00 00 00         movdqa xmm1, XMMWORD PTR [_2il0floatpacket.65] 
.B5.6:                          
*/

For reference: www.sanmayce.com/Fastest_Hash/index.html#XMM

Zatoichi

Press on legendary Shintaro Katsu to download 'YoYo_r2.zip' which measures bandwidth speed and some collisions, the dump below comes from this test package.
Blah-blah... the latest 'put-and-forget' hasher is 'FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii'... yet for the sake of fun, speed training and superfast file hashing XMM/YMM variants should be implemented.
Let's see what boost can deliver XMM, following dump was obtained using my laptop with Intel T7500:

Info1: One second seems to have 998 clocks.
Info2: This CPU seems to be working at 2,191 MHz.

Fetching/Hashing a 64MB block 1024 times i.e. 64GB ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS:         (64MB block); 65536MB fetched in 15132 clocks or 4.331MB per clock
BURST_Read_8DWORDSi:        (64MB block); 65536MB fetched in 13946 clocks or 4.699MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 13572 clocks or  4.829MB per clock !!! FLASHY-SLASHY: OUTSPEEDS THE INTERLEAVED 8x4 READ !!!
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii:    (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 14399 clocks or  4.551MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD:      (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 15912 clocks or  4.119MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke:              (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 16427 clocks or  3.990MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura:            (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 14555 clocks or  4.503MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2:         (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 71588 clocks or  0.915MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 2MB block 32*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS:         (2MB block); 65536MB fetched in 9532 clocks or 6.875MB per clock
BURST_Read_8DWORDSi:        (2MB block); 65536MB fetched in 9844 clocks or 6.657MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM: (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 7332 clocks or  8.938MB per clock !!! COMMENTLESS !!!
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii:    (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 10155 clocks or 6.454MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD:      (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 9766 clocks or  6.711MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke:              (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 10171 clocks or 6.443MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura:            (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 10717 clocks or 6.115MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2:         (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 69764 clocks or 0.939MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 16KB block 4*1024*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS:         (16KB block); 65536MB fetched in 7863 clocks or 8.335MB per clock
BURST_Read_8DWORDSi:        (16KB block); 65536MB fetched in 7894 clocks or 8.302MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 6973 clocks or  9.399MB per clock !!! WIGGING-OUT: 894% faster than CRC32_SlicingBy8 !!!
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii:    (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 8892 clocks or  7.370MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD:      (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 9110 clocks or  7.194MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke:              (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 9657 clocks or  6.786MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura:            (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 9734 clocks or  6.733MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2:         (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 69342 clocks or 0.945MB per clock

Delerium - Hammer (Feat. Leona Naess)
...
Sad eyes you got songs
And they hit me like a hammer hammer
The whole time I thought you
Were just a wilted little flower flower
...
Sad eyes you got soul
And it hits me like a stammer stammer
The whole time I thought I
Was the one with the power power

// Notes, 2013-Apr-26: 
// Wanted to see how SIMDed main loop would look like:
// One of the main goals: to stress 128bit registers only and nothing else, for now 6 in total, in fact Intel uses the all 8.
// Current approach: instead of rotating the 5 bits within the DWORD quadruplets I chose to do it within the entire DQWORD i.e. XMMWORD.
// Length of the main loop: 02795 - 0270d + 6 = 142 bytes
// CRASH CARAMBA: My CPU T7500 supports up to SSSE3 but not SSE4.1 and AVX, I need YMM (it reads 'yummy') machine.
// FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM revision 1+ aka FNV1A_SaberFatigue, copyleft 2013-Apr-26 Kaze.
// Targeted purpose: x-gram table lookups for Leprechaun r17.
// Targeted machine: assuming SSE2 is present always - no non-SSE2 counterpart.
//#include <emmintrin.h> //SSE2
//#include <smmintrin.h> //SSE4.1
//#include <immintrin.h> //AVX
#define xmmload(p) _mm_load_si128((__m128i const*)(p))
#define xmmloadu(p) _mm_loadu_si128((__m128i const*)(p))
#define _rotl_KAZE128(x, n) _mm_or_si128(_mm_slli_si128(x, n) , _mm_srli_si128(x, 128-n))
#define _rotl_KAZE32(x, n) (((x) << (n)) | ((x) >> (32-(n))))
#define XMM_KAZE_SSE2
uint32_t FNV1A_Hash_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM(const char *str, uint32_t wrdlen)
{
    const uint32_t PRIME = 709607;
    uint32_t hash32 = 2166136261;
    uint32_t hash32B = 2166136261;
    uint32_t hash32C = 2166136261;
    const char *p = str;
    uint32_t Loop_Counter;
    uint32_t Second_Line_Offset;

#if defined(XMM_KAZE_SSE2) || defined(XMM_KAZE_SSE4) || defined(XMM_KAZE_AVX)
    __m128i xmm0;
    __m128i xmm1;
    __m128i xmm2;
    __m128i xmm3;
    __m128i xmm4;
    __m128i xmm5;
    __m128i hash32xmm = _mm_set1_epi32(2166136261);
    __m128i hash32Bxmm = _mm_set1_epi32(2166136261);
    __m128i hash32Cxmm = _mm_set1_epi32(2166136261);
    __m128i PRIMExmm = _mm_set1_epi32(709607);
#endif

#if defined(XMM_KAZE_SSE2) || defined(XMM_KAZE_SSE4) || defined(XMM_KAZE_AVX)
if (wrdlen >= 4*24) { // Actually 4*24 is the minimum and not useful, 200++ makes more sense.
    Loop_Counter = (wrdlen/(4*24));
    Loop_Counter++;
    Second_Line_Offset = wrdlen-(Loop_Counter)*(4*3*4);
    for(; Loop_Counter; Loop_Counter--, p += 4*3*sizeof(uint32_t)) {
	xmm0 = xmmloadu(p+0*16);
	xmm1 = xmmloadu(p+0*16+Second_Line_Offset);
	xmm2 = xmmloadu(p+1*16);
	xmm3 = xmmloadu(p+1*16+Second_Line_Offset);
	xmm4 = xmmloadu(p+2*16);
	xmm5 = xmmloadu(p+2*16+Second_Line_Offset);
#if defined(XMM_KAZE_SSE2)
		hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm0,5) , xmm1)) , PRIMExmm);       
		hash32Bxmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Bxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm3,5) , xmm2)) , PRIMExmm);        
		hash32Cxmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Cxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm4,5) , xmm5)) , PRIMExmm);      
#else
		hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm0,5) , xmm1)) , PRIMExmm);       
		hash32Bxmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Bxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm3,5) , xmm2)) , PRIMExmm);        
		hash32Cxmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Cxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm4,5) , xmm5)) , PRIMExmm);      
#endif
    }
#if defined(XMM_KAZE_SSE2)
	hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , hash32Bxmm) , PRIMExmm);       
 	hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , hash32Cxmm) , PRIMExmm);       
#else
	hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , hash32Bxmm) , PRIMExmm);       
 	hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , hash32Cxmm) , PRIMExmm);       
#endif
	hash32 = (hash32 ^ hash32xmm.m128i_u32[0]) * PRIME;
	hash32B = (hash32B ^ hash32xmm.m128i_u32[3]) * PRIME;
	hash32 = (hash32 ^ hash32xmm.m128i_u32[1]) * PRIME;
	hash32B = (hash32B ^ hash32xmm.m128i_u32[2]) * PRIME;
} else if (wrdlen >= 24)
#else
if (wrdlen >= 24)
#endif
{
    Loop_Counter = (wrdlen/24);
    Loop_Counter++;
    Second_Line_Offset = wrdlen-(Loop_Counter)*(3*4);
    for(; Loop_Counter; Loop_Counter--, p += 3*sizeof(uint32_t)) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ (_rotl_KAZE32(*(uint32_t *)(p+0),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+0+Second_Line_Offset))) * PRIME;        
		hash32B = (hash32B ^ (_rotl_KAZE32(*(uint32_t *)(p+4+Second_Line_Offset),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+4))) * PRIME;        
		hash32C = (hash32C ^ (_rotl_KAZE32(*(uint32_t *)(p+8),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+8+Second_Line_Offset))) * PRIME;        
    }
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ _rotl_KAZE32(hash32C,5) ) * PRIME;
} else {
    // 1111=15; 10111=23
    if (wrdlen & 4*sizeof(uint32_t)) {	
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ (_rotl_KAZE32(*(uint32_t *)(p+0),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+4))) * PRIME;        
		hash32B = (hash32B ^ (_rotl_KAZE32(*(uint32_t *)(p+8),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+12))) * PRIME;        
		p += 8*sizeof(uint16_t);
    }
    // Cases: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,...,15
    if (wrdlen & 2*sizeof(uint32_t)) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(uint32_t*)(p+0)) * PRIME;
		hash32B = (hash32B ^ *(uint32_t*)(p+4)) * PRIME;
		p += 4*sizeof(uint16_t);
    }
    // Cases: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7
    if (wrdlen & sizeof(uint32_t)) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(uint16_t*)(p+0)) * PRIME;
		hash32B = (hash32B ^ *(uint16_t*)(p+2)) * PRIME;
		p += 2*sizeof(uint16_t);
    }
    if (wrdlen & sizeof(uint16_t)) {
        hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(uint16_t*)p) * PRIME;
        p += sizeof(uint16_t);
    }
    if (wrdlen & 1) 
        hash32 = (hash32 ^ *p) * PRIME;
}
    hash32 = (hash32 ^ _rotl_KAZE32(hash32B,5) ) * PRIME;
    return hash32 ^ (hash32 >> 16);
}
/*
!!! The main (SSE2 i.e. 'pmullw' used) loop: !!!

.B4.4:
  0270d 8d 3c 76         lea edi, DWORD PTR [esi+esi*2]         
  02710 46               inc esi                                
  02711 c1 e7 04         shl edi, 4                             
  02714 3b f2            cmp esi, edx                           
  02716 f3 0f 6f 3c 39   movdqu xmm7, XMMWORD PTR [ecx+edi]     
  0271b f3 0f 6f 74 3b 
        10               movdqu xmm6, XMMWORD PTR [16+ebx+edi]  

;;; 	xmm4 = xmmloadu(p+2*16);

  02721 f3 0f 6f 6c 39 
        20               movdqu xmm5, XMMWORD PTR [32+ecx+edi]  

;;; 	xmm5 = xmmloadu(p+2*16+Second_Line_Offset);
;;; #if defined(XMM_KAZE_SSE2)
;;; 		hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm0,5) , xmm1)) , PRIMExmm);       

  02727 66 0f 6f cf      movdqa xmm1, xmm7                      
  0272b 66 0f 73 f9 05   pslldq xmm1, 5                         
  02730 66 0f 73 df 7b   psrldq xmm7, 123                       
  02735 66 0f eb cf      por xmm1, xmm7                         
  02739 f3 0f 6f 3c 3b   movdqu xmm7, XMMWORD PTR [ebx+edi]     
  0273e 66 0f ef cf      pxor xmm1, xmm7                        
  02742 66 0f ef d1      pxor xmm2, xmm1                        

;;; 		hash32Bxmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Bxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm3,5) , xmm2)) , PRIMExmm);        

  02746 66 0f 6f ce      movdqa xmm1, xmm6                      
  0274a 66 0f 73 f9 05   pslldq xmm1, 5                         
  0274f 66 0f 73 de 7b   psrldq xmm6, 123                       
  02754 66 0f eb ce      por xmm1, xmm6                         
  02758 f3 0f 6f 74 39 
        10               movdqu xmm6, XMMWORD PTR [16+ecx+edi]  
  0275e 66 0f d5 d0      pmullw xmm2, xmm0                      
  02762 66 0f ef ce      pxor xmm1, xmm6                        

;;; 		hash32Cxmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Cxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm4,5) , xmm5)) , PRIMExmm);      

  02766 66 0f 6f f5      movdqa xmm6, xmm5                      
  0276a 66 0f 73 fe 05   pslldq xmm6, 5                         
  0276f 66 0f ef d9      pxor xmm3, xmm1                        
  02773 66 0f 73 dd 7b   psrldq xmm5, 123                       
  02778 66 0f eb f5      por xmm6, xmm5                         
  0277c f3 0f 6f 6c 3b 
        20               movdqu xmm5, XMMWORD PTR [32+ebx+edi]  
  02782 66 0f d5 d8      pmullw xmm3, xmm0                      
  02786 66 0f ef f5      pxor xmm6, xmm5                        
  0278a 66 0f ef e6      pxor xmm4, xmm6                        
  0278e 66 0f d5 e0      pmullw xmm4, xmm0                      
  02792 0f 82 75 ff ff 
        ff               jb .B4.4 

!!! The main (SSE4.1 i.e. 'pmulld' used) loop: !!!

.B4.4:
  0270d 8d 3c 76         lea edi, DWORD PTR [esi+esi*2]         
  02710 46               inc esi                                
  02711 c1 e7 04         shl edi, 4                             
  02714 3b f2            cmp esi, edx                           
  02716 f3 0f 6f 3c 39   movdqu xmm7, XMMWORD PTR [ecx+edi]     
  0271b f3 0f 6f 74 3b 
        10               movdqu xmm6, XMMWORD PTR [16+ebx+edi]  

;;; 	xmm4 = xmmloadu(p+2*16);

  02721 f3 0f 6f 6c 39 
        20               movdqu xmm5, XMMWORD PTR [32+ecx+edi]  

;;; 	xmm5 = xmmloadu(p+2*16+Second_Line_Offset);
;;; #if defined(XMM_KAZE_SSE2)
;;; 		hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm0,5) , xmm1)) , PRIMExmm);       
;;; 		hash32Bxmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Bxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm3,5) , xmm2)) , PRIMExmm);        
;;; 		hash32Cxmm = _mm_mullo_epi16(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Cxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm4,5) , xmm5)) , PRIMExmm);      
;;; #else
;;; 		hash32xmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32xmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm0,5) , xmm1)) , PRIMExmm);       

  02727 66 0f 6f cf      movdqa xmm1, xmm7                      
  0272b 66 0f 73 f9 05   pslldq xmm1, 5                         
  02730 66 0f 73 df 7b   psrldq xmm7, 123                       
  02735 66 0f eb cf      por xmm1, xmm7                         
  02739 f3 0f 6f 3c 3b   movdqu xmm7, XMMWORD PTR [ebx+edi]     
  0273e 66 0f ef cf      pxor xmm1, xmm7                        
  02742 66 0f ef d1      pxor xmm2, xmm1                        

;;; 		hash32Bxmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Bxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm3,5) , xmm2)) , PRIMExmm);        

  02746 66 0f 6f ce      movdqa xmm1, xmm6                      
  0274a 66 0f 73 f9 05   pslldq xmm1, 5                         
  0274f 66 0f 73 de 7b   psrldq xmm6, 123                       
  02754 66 0f eb ce      por xmm1, xmm6                         
  02758 f3 0f 6f 74 39 
        10               movdqu xmm6, XMMWORD PTR [16+ecx+edi]  
  0275e 66 0f ef ce      pxor xmm1, xmm6                        

;;; 		hash32Cxmm = _mm_mullo_epi32(_mm_xor_si128(hash32Cxmm , _mm_xor_si128(_rotl_KAZE128(xmm4,5) , xmm5)) , PRIMExmm);      

  02762 66 0f 6f f5      movdqa xmm6, xmm5                      
  02766 66 0f 73 fe 05   pslldq xmm6, 5                         
  0276b 66 0f ef d9      pxor xmm3, xmm1                        
  0276f 66 0f 73 dd 7b   psrldq xmm5, 123                       
  02774 66 0f eb f5      por xmm6, xmm5                         
  02778 f3 0f 6f 6c 3b 
        20               movdqu xmm5, XMMWORD PTR [32+ebx+edi]  
  0277e 66 0f ef f5      pxor xmm6, xmm5                        
  02782 66 0f ef e6      pxor xmm4, xmm6                        
  02786 66 0f 38 40 d0   pmulld xmm2, xmm0                      
  0278b 66 0f 38 40 d8   pmulld xmm3, xmm0                      
  02790 66 0f 38 40 e0   pmulld xmm4, xmm0                      
  02795 0f 82 72 ff ff 
        ff               jb .B4.4
*/
// emmintrin.h
// Principal header file for Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 processor SSE2 intrinsics
//extern __m128i __ICL_INTRINCC _mm_mulhi_epi16(__m128i, __m128i);
//extern __m128i __ICL_INTRINCC _mm_mulhi_epu16(__m128i, __m128i);
//extern __m128i __ICL_INTRINCC _mm_mullo_epi16(__m128i, __m128i);
//extern __m128i __ICL_INTRINCC _mm_mul_epu32(__m128i, __m128i);
//
// smmintrin.h
// SSE4.1 intrinsics
// Packed integer 32-bit multiplication with truncation of upper halves of results
//extern __m128i __ICL_INTRINCC _mm_mullo_epi32(__m128i, __m128i);
// Packed integer 32-bit multiplication of 2 pairs of operands producing two 64-bit results
//extern __m128i __ICL_INTRINCC _mm_mul_epi32(__m128i, __m128i);
//
// immintrin.h
// Intel(R) AVX compiler intrinsics.
//extern __m256i __cdecl _mm256_mullo_epi32(__m256i, __m256i);
//extern __m256i __cdecl _mm256_mul_epu32(__m256i, __m256i);
//extern __m256i __cdecl _mm256_mul_epi32(__m256i, __m256i);
//...
//    __int8              m256i_i8[32];
//    __int16             m256i_i16[16];
//    __int32             m256i_i32[8];
//    __int64             m256i_i64[4];
//    unsigned __int8     m256i_u8[32];
//    unsigned __int16    m256i_u16[16];
//    unsigned __int32    m256i_u32[8];
//    unsigned __int64    m256i_u64[4];
//} __m256i;
//
// Move Aligned Packed Integer Values
// **** VMOVDQA ymm1, m256
// **** VMOVDQA m256, ymm1
// Moves 256 bits of packed integer values from the source operand to the destination
//extern __m256i __ICL_INTRINCC _mm256_load_si256(__m256i const *);
//extern void    __ICL_INTRINCC _mm256_store_si256(__m256i *, __m256i);
//
// Move Unaligned Packed Integer Values
// **** VMOVDQU ymm1, m256
// **** VMOVDQU m256, ymm1
// Moves 256 bits of packed integer values from the source operand to the destination
//extern __m256i __ICL_INTRINCC _mm256_loadu_si256(__m256i const *);
//extern void    __ICL_INTRINCC _mm256_storeu_si256(__m256i *, __m256i);
//
// VMOVDQA sounds to me almost as JAMIROQUAI - the weirdest hat artist with fast lively movements.
// When YMM machine comes to me FNV1A_YUMMY and FNV1A_JAMIROQUAI are gonna walk on the walls and hit the ceiling.
//
/*
hash32xmm = _mm_set1_epi32(1);
printf("%lu,%lu,%lu,%lu\n",PRIMExmm.m128i_u32[0],PRIMExmm.m128i_u32[1],PRIMExmm.m128i_u32[2],PRIMExmm.m128i_u32[3]);
printf("%lu,%lu,%lu,%lu\n",hash32xmm.m128i_u32[0],hash32xmm.m128i_u32[1],hash32xmm.m128i_u32[2],hash32xmm.m128i_u32[3]);
hash32Bxmm = _mm_mul_epu32( hash32xmm, PRIMExmm);       
printf("%lu,%lu,%lu,%lu\n",hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[0],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[1],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[2],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[3]);
hash32Bxmm = _mm_mullo_epi16( hash32xmm, PRIMExmm);       
printf("%lu,%lu,%lu,%lu\n",hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[0],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[1],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[2],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[3]);
// 709607,709607,709607,709607
// 1,1,1,1
// 709607,0,709607,0
// 54247,54247,54247,54247
hash32xmm = _mm_set1_epi32(3);
printf("%lu,%lu,%lu,%lu\n",PRIMExmm.m128i_u32[0],PRIMExmm.m128i_u32[1],PRIMExmm.m128i_u32[2],PRIMExmm.m128i_u32[3]);
printf("%lu,%lu,%lu,%lu\n",hash32xmm.m128i_u32[0],hash32xmm.m128i_u32[1],hash32xmm.m128i_u32[2],hash32xmm.m128i_u32[3]);
hash32Bxmm = _mm_mul_epu32( hash32xmm, PRIMExmm);       
printf("%lu,%lu,%lu,%lu\n",hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[0],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[1],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[2],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[3]);
hash32Bxmm = _mm_mullo_epi16( hash32xmm, PRIMExmm);       
printf("%lu,%lu,%lu,%lu\n",hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[0],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[1],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[2],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[3]);
// 709607,709607,709607,709607
// 3,3,3,3
// 2128821,0,2128821,0
// 31669,31669,31669,31669
hash32xmm = _mm_set1_epi32(3000000);
printf("%lu,%lu,%lu,%lu\n",PRIMExmm.m128i_u32[0],PRIMExmm.m128i_u32[1],PRIMExmm.m128i_u32[2],PRIMExmm.m128i_u32[3]);
printf("%lu,%lu,%lu,%lu\n",hash32xmm.m128i_u32[0],hash32xmm.m128i_u32[1],hash32xmm.m128i_u32[2],hash32xmm.m128i_u32[3]);
hash32Bxmm = _mm_mul_epu32( hash32xmm, PRIMExmm);       
printf("%lu,%lu,%lu,%lu\n",hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[0],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[1],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[2],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[3]);
hash32Bxmm = _mm_mullo_epi16( hash32xmm, PRIMExmm);       
printf("%lu,%lu,%lu,%lu\n",hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[0],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[1],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[2],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[3]);
// 709607,709607,709607,709607
// 3000000,3000000,3000000,3000000
// 2812188480,495,2812188480,495 !!! 495 *(1<<32)+2812188480=2128821000000 = 709607*3000000 !!!
// 29529920,29529920,29529920,29529920
hash32xmm = _mm_set1_epi32(65536);
printf("%lu,%lu,%lu,%lu\n",PRIMExmm.m128i_u32[0],PRIMExmm.m128i_u32[1],PRIMExmm.m128i_u32[2],PRIMExmm.m128i_u32[3]);
printf("%lu,%lu,%lu,%lu\n",hash32xmm.m128i_u32[0],hash32xmm.m128i_u32[1],hash32xmm.m128i_u32[2],hash32xmm.m128i_u32[3]);
hash32Bxmm = _mm_mul_epu32( hash32xmm, PRIMExmm);       
printf("%lu,%lu,%lu,%lu\n",hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[0],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[1],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[2],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[3]);
hash32Bxmm = _mm_mullo_epi16( hash32xmm, PRIMExmm);       
printf("%lu,%lu,%lu,%lu\n",hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[0],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[1],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[2],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[3]);
// 709607,709607,709607,709607
// 65536,65536,65536,65536
// 3555131392,10,3555131392,10
// 655360,655360,655360,655360
hash32xmm = _mm_set1_epi32(65535);
printf("%lu,%lu,%lu,%lu\n",PRIMExmm.m128i_u32[0],PRIMExmm.m128i_u32[1],PRIMExmm.m128i_u32[2],PRIMExmm.m128i_u32[3]);
printf("%lu,%lu,%lu,%lu\n",hash32xmm.m128i_u32[0],hash32xmm.m128i_u32[1],hash32xmm.m128i_u32[2],hash32xmm.m128i_u32[3]);
hash32Bxmm = _mm_mul_epu32( hash32xmm, PRIMExmm);       
printf("%lu,%lu,%lu,%lu\n",hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[0],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[1],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[2],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[3]);
hash32Bxmm = _mm_mullo_epi16( hash32xmm, PRIMExmm);       
printf("%lu,%lu,%lu,%lu\n",hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[0],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[1],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[2],hash32Bxmm.m128i_u32[3]);
// 709607,709607,709607,709607
// 65535,65535,65535,65535
// 3554421785,10,3554421785,10
// 11289,11289,11289,11289
*/
/*
!!! The results *unaligned* on my T7500 2200MHz as 32bit Intel 12.1 /Ox compile: !!!

Memory pool starting address: 006E0041 ... NOT 64 byte aligned, FAILURE

Info1: One second seems to have 998 clocks.
Info2: This CPU seems to be working at 2,191 MHz.

Fetching/Hashing a 64MB block 1024 times i.e. 64GB ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS:         (64MB block); 65536MB fetched in 16521 clocks or 3.967MB per clock
BURST_Read_8DWORDSi:        (64MB block); 65536MB fetched in 15787 clocks or 4.151MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 15958 clocks or  4.107MB per clock !!! BRUTALICIOUS: 4GB/s as 32bit XMM code and *unaligned data* !!!
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii:    (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 17738 clocks or  3.695MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD:      (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 18003 clocks or  3.640MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke:              (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 19593 clocks or  3.345MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura:            (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 19235 clocks or  3.407MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2:         (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 71745 clocks or  0.913MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 2MB block 32*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS:         (2MB block); 65536MB fetched in 12277 clocks or 5.338MB per clock
BURST_Read_8DWORDSi:        (2MB block); 65536MB fetched in 12839 clocks or 5.104MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM: (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 13370 clocks or  4.902MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii:    (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 15741 clocks or  4.163MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD:      (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 15803 clocks or  4.147MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke:              (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 17581 clocks or  3.728MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura:            (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 17644 clocks or  3.714MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2:         (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 69888 clocks or  0.938MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 128KB block 512*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS:         (128KB block); 65536MB fetched in 12183 clocks or 5.379MB per clock
BURST_Read_8DWORDSi:        (128KB block); 65536MB fetched in 13479 clocks or 4.862MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM: (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 13291 clocks or  4.931MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii:    (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 15959 clocks or  4.107MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD:      (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 15803 clocks or  4.147MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke:              (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 17597 clocks or  3.724MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura:            (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 17675 clocks or  3.708MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2:         (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 69841 clocks or  0.938MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 16KB block 4*1024*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS:         (16KB block); 65536MB fetched in 11606 clocks or 5.647MB per clock
BURST_Read_8DWORDSi:        (16KB block); 65536MB fetched in 12106 clocks or 5.414MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 13135 clocks or  4.989MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii:    (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 15522 clocks or  4.222MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD:      (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 15803 clocks or  4.147MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke:              (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 17643 clocks or  3.715MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura:            (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 17738 clocks or  3.695MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2:         (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 69841 clocks or  0.938MB per clock

!!! The results *aligned* on my T7500 2200MHz as 32bit Intel 12.1 /Ox compile: !!!

Memory pool starting address: 00DF0040 ... 64 byte aligned, OK

Info1: One second seems to have 998 clocks.
Info2: This CPU seems to be working at 2,191 MHz.

Fetching/Hashing a 64MB block 1024 times i.e. 64GB ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS:         (64MB block); 65536MB fetched in 15132 clocks or 4.331MB per clock
BURST_Read_8DWORDSi:        (64MB block); 65536MB fetched in 13946 clocks or 4.699MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 13572 clocks or  4.829MB per clock !!! FLASHY-SLASHY: OUTSPEEDS THE INTERLEAVED 8x4 READ !!!
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii:    (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 14399 clocks or  4.551MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD:      (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 15912 clocks or  4.119MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke:              (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 16427 clocks or  3.990MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura:            (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 14555 clocks or  4.503MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2:         (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 71588 clocks or  0.915MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 2MB block 32*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS:         (2MB block); 65536MB fetched in 9532 clocks or 6.875MB per clock
BURST_Read_8DWORDSi:        (2MB block); 65536MB fetched in 9844 clocks or 6.657MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM: (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 7332 clocks or  8.938MB per clock !!! COMMENTLESS !!!
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii:    (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 10155 clocks or 6.454MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD:      (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 9766 clocks or  6.711MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke:              (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 10171 clocks or 6.443MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura:            (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 10717 clocks or 6.115MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2:         (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 69764 clocks or 0.939MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 128KB block 512*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS:         (128KB block); 65536MB fetched in 9235 clocks or 7.096MB per clock
BURST_Read_8DWORDSi:        (128KB block); 65536MB fetched in 8876 clocks or 7.384MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM: (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 7254 clocks or  9.034MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii:    (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 9360 clocks or  7.002MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD:      (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 9672 clocks or  6.776MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke:              (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 10109 clocks or 6.483MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura:            (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 9937 clocks or  6.595MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2:         (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 69888 clocks or 0.938MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 16KB block 4*1024*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS:         (16KB block); 65536MB fetched in 7863 clocks or 8.335MB per clock
BURST_Read_8DWORDSi:        (16KB block); 65536MB fetched in 7894 clocks or 8.302MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 6973 clocks or  9.399MB per clock !!! WIGGING-OUT: 894% faster than CRC32_SlicingBy8 !!!
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii:    (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 8892 clocks or  7.370MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD:      (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 9110 clocks or  7.194MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke:              (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 9657 clocks or  6.786MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura:            (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 9734 clocks or  6.733MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2:         (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 69342 clocks or 0.945MB per clock
*/
/*
!!! The Knight-Tours results: !!!

YoYo - [CR]LF lines hasher, r.2 copyleft Kaze.
Note1: Incoming textual file can exceed 4GB and lines can be up to 1048576 chars long.
Note2: FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM needs SSE4.1, so if not present YoYo will crash.
Polynomial(s) used:
CRC32C2_8slice: 0x8F6E37A0 
HashSizeInBits = 20
Allocating KEY memory 1024KB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 4MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 4MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 4MB ... OK
Hashing all the LF ending lines encountered in 136,314,880 bytes long file ...
Keys vs Slots ratio: 1:1 or 1,048,576:1,048,576
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM : Keys = 00,000,000,000,001,048,576; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,009; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,386,039; HashUtilization = 063%; Collisions = 0,000,386,039
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii    : Keys = 00,000,000,000,001,048,576; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,009; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,385,367; HashUtilization = 063%; Collisions = 0,000,385,367
CRC32C2_8slice             : Keys = 00,000,000,000,001,048,576; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,009; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,385,451; HashUtilization = 063%; Collisions = 0,000,385,451
Physical Lines: 1,048,576
Shortest Line : 128
Longest Line  : 128

YoYo - [CR]LF lines hasher, r.2 copyleft Kaze.
Note1: Incoming textual file can exceed 4GB and lines can be up to 1048576 chars long.
Note2: FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM needs SSE4.1, so if not present YoYo will crash.
Polynomial(s) used:
CRC32C2_8slice: 0x8F6E37A0 
HashSizeInBits = 20
Allocating KEY memory 1024KB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 4MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 4MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 4MB ... OK
Hashing all the LF ending lines encountered in 272,629,760 bytes long file ...
Keys vs Slots ratio: 2:1 or 2,097,152:1,048,576
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM : Keys = 00,000,000,000,002,097,152; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,013; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,142,022; HashUtilization = 086%; Collisions = 0,001,190,598
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii    : Keys = 00,000,000,000,002,097,152; 000,000,007 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,011; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,141,227; HashUtilization = 086%; Collisions = 0,001,189,803
CRC32C2_8slice             : Keys = 00,000,000,000,002,097,152; 000,000,008 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,011; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,141,267; HashUtilization = 086%; Collisions = 0,001,189,843
Physical Lines: 2,097,152
Shortest Line : 128
Longest Line  : 128

YoYo - [CR]LF lines hasher, r.2 copyleft Kaze.
Note1: Incoming textual file can exceed 4GB and lines can be up to 1048576 chars long.
Note2: FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM needs SSE4.1, so if not present YoYo will crash.
Polynomial(s) used:
CRC32C2_8slice: 0x8F6E37A0 
HashSizeInBits = 20
Allocating KEY memory 1024KB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 4MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 4MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 4MB ... OK
Hashing all the LF ending lines encountered in 408,944,640 bytes long file ...
Keys vs Slots ratio: 3:1 or 3,145,728:1,048,576
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM : Keys = 00,000,000,000,003,145,728; 000,000,005 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,014; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,051,972; HashUtilization = 095%; Collisions = 0,002,149,124
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii    : Keys = 00,000,000,000,003,145,728; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,015; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,051,812; HashUtilization = 095%; Collisions = 0,002,148,964
CRC32C2_8slice             : Keys = 00,000,000,000,003,145,728; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,014; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,051,926; HashUtilization = 095%; Collisions = 0,002,149,078
Physical Lines: 3,145,728
Shortest Line : 128
Longest Line  : 128

YoYo - [CR]LF lines hasher, r.2 copyleft Kaze.
Note1: Incoming textual file can exceed 4GB and lines can be up to 1048576 chars long.
Note2: FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM needs SSE4.1, so if not present YoYo will crash.
Polynomial(s) used:
CRC32C2_8slice: 0x8F6E37A0 
HashSizeInBits = 20
Allocating KEY memory 1024KB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 4MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 4MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 4MB ... OK
Hashing all the LF ending lines encountered in 4,362,076,160 bytes long file ...
Keys vs Slots ratio: 32:1 or 33,554,432:1,048,576
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM : Keys = 00,000,000,000,033,554,432; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,061; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000; HashUtilization = 100%; Collisions = 0,032,505,856
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii    : Keys = 00,000,000,000,033,554,432; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,064; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000; HashUtilization = 100%; Collisions = 0,032,505,856
CRC32C2_8slice             : Keys = 00,000,000,000,033,554,432; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,062; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000; HashUtilization = 100%; Collisions = 0,032,505,856
Physical Lines: 33,554,432
Shortest Line : 128
Longest Line  : 128
*/
/*
E:\Benchmark_LuckyLight_r1\YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM_r1\YoYo_r2>dir "Thus Spake Zarathustra by Friedrich Nietzsche, revision 4.txt"/b>z.lst

E:\Benchmark_LuckyLight_r1\YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM_r1\YoYo_r2>Leprechaun_BB048hex_32p_32bit_Intel z.lst z.txt 1222333 y
Leprechaun_BBhex (Fast-In-Future Greedy Building-Block-Ripper), subrev. B, BB = 48.
...

E:\Benchmark_LuckyLight_r1\YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM_r1\YoYo_r2>dir "MASAKARI_General-Purpose_Grade_English_Wordlist_r3_316423_words.wrd"/b>m.lst

E:\Benchmark_LuckyLight_r1\YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM_r1\YoYo_r2>Leprechaun_BB048hex_32p_32bit_Intel m.lst m.txt 1222333 y
Leprechaun_BBhex (Fast-In-Future Greedy Building-Block-Ripper), subrev. B, BB = 48.
...

E:\Benchmark_LuckyLight_r1\YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM_r1\YoYo_r2>dir ?.txt
 Volume in drive E is SSD_Sanmayce
 Volume Serial Number is 9CF6-FEA3

04/26/2013  06:30 AM       379,209,236 m.txt
04/26/2013  06:30 AM        50,897,084 z.txt

E:\Benchmark_LuckyLight_r1\YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM_r1\YoYo_r2>type m.txt
7465726E6572730D0A6D696477657374776172640D0A6D69647769636B65740D0A6D6964776966650D0A6D6964776966
6B0D0A636861636B6C650D0A636861636B6C696E670D0A636861636D610D0A636861636F6E6E650D0A636861636F6E6E
0D0A616E7461676F6E697A61626C650D0A616E7461676F6E697A6174696F6E0D0A616E7461676F6E697A650D0A616E74
706F736572730D0A7472616E73706F7365730D0A7472616E73706F73696E670D0A7472616E73706F736974696F6E0D0A
62696C6974790D0A646973726570757461626C650D0A646973726570757461626C656E6573730D0A6469737265707574
...

E:\Benchmark_LuckyLight_r1\YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM_r1\YoYo_r2>type z.txt
6F75722074686F7567687473210D0A416E6420696620796F75722074686F75676874732073756363756D622C20796F75
2C206E65772062656C696576657221940D0A9349742069732073616420656E6F7567682C9420616E7377657265642074
6D666F727461626C65206F6E65732C20746861742049542054414B45544820544F20495453454C462C20616E64207769
656C6C206D652C20796520627265746872656E2C206973206E6F742074686520737472616E67657374206F6620616C6C
72656420616E64207661696E20616E6420657374696D61626C652C206173209374686520676F6F6420616E64206A7573
...

E:\Benchmark_LuckyLight_r1\YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM_r1\YoYo_r2>YoYo_r2.exe z.txt 20
YoYo - [CR]LF lines hasher, r.2 copyleft Kaze.
Note1: Incoming textual file can exceed 4GB and lines can be up to 1048576 chars long.
Note2: FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM needs SSE4.1, so if not present YoYo will crash.
Polynomial(s) used:
CRC32C2_8slice: 0x8F6E37A0 
HashSizeInBits = 20
Allocating KEY memory 1024KB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 4MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 4MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 4MB ... OK
Hashing all the LF ending lines encountered in 50,897,084 bytes long file ...
Keys vs Slots ratio: 0:1 or 519,358:1,048,576
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM : Keys = 00,000,000,000,000,519,358; 000,000,004 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,007; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,639,021; HashUtilization = 039%; Collisions = 0,000,109,803
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii    : Keys = 00,000,000,000,000,519,358; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,007; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,639,060; HashUtilization = 039%; Collisions = 0,000,109,842
CRC32C2_8slice             : Keys = 00,000,000,000,000,519,358; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,007; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,639,002; HashUtilization = 039%; Collisions = 0,000,109,784
Physical Lines: 519,358
Shortest Line : 96
Longest Line  : 96

E:\Benchmark_LuckyLight_r1\YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM_r1\YoYo_r2>YoYo_r2.exe m.txt 20
YoYo - [CR]LF lines hasher, r.2 copyleft Kaze.
Note1: Incoming textual file can exceed 4GB and lines can be up to 1048576 chars long.
Note2: FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM needs SSE4.1, so if not present YoYo will crash.
Polynomial(s) used:
CRC32C2_8slice: 0x8F6E37A0 
HashSizeInBits = 20
Allocating KEY memory 1024KB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 4MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 4MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 4MB ... OK
Hashing all the LF ending lines encountered in 379,209,236 bytes long file ...
Keys vs Slots ratio: 3:1 or 3,869,482:1,048,576
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM : Keys = 00,000,000,000,003,869,482; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,015; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,026,167; HashUtilization = 097%; Collisions = 0,002,847,073
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii    : Keys = 00,000,000,000,003,869,482; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,017; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,026,207; HashUtilization = 097%; Collisions = 0,002,847,113
CRC32C2_8slice             : Keys = 00,000,000,000,003,869,482; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,016; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,026,305; HashUtilization = 097%; Collisions = 0,002,847,211
Physical Lines: 3,869,482
Shortest Line : 96
Longest Line  : 96

E:\Benchmark_LuckyLight_r1\YoshimitsuTRIADiiXMM_r1\YoYo_r2>
*/

For reference: www.sanmayce.com/Fastest_Hash/index.html#YoshimitsuTRIADii

Update, 2013-Mar-31: Finally I wrote YoYo - a collison/fattest-slot reporter for big files. From the 3-gram 'REAL WORLD' tortures, given below, the picture is quite clear: FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii and FNV1A_Yoshimura are excellent for x-gram hashing.
The dump below was made with YoYo_r1.zip package.
E:\YoYo_r1>dir
 Volume in drive E is SSD_Sanmayce
 Volume Serial Number is 9CF6-FEA3

03/31/2013  05:14 AM    42,153,646,707 enwiki-20121201-pages-articles.xml
03/31/2013  05:14 PM     1,395,608,680 enwiki-20121201-pages-articles.xml_03of32_3-grams.txt
03/31/2013  05:14 PM     9,305,584,848 enwiki-20121201-pages-articles.xml_20of32_3-grams.txt
03/31/2013  05:14 AM           143,360 Leprechaun_x-leton_64bit_Intel_03_32p.exe
03/31/2013  05:14 AM               210 RIP_3-grams.bat
03/31/2013  05:14 AM             1,590 Yorikke prompt.lnk
03/31/2013  05:14 AM            56,361 YoYo_r1.c
03/31/2013  05:14 AM            96,256 YoYo_r1_32bit.exe
03/31/2013  05:14 AM           108,032 YoYo_r1_64bit.exe

E:\YoYo_r1>YoYo_r1_64bit.exe enwiki-20121201-pages-articles.xml_20of32_3-grams.txt 26
YoYo - [CR]LF lines hasher, r.1 copyleft Kaze.
Note: Incoming textual file can exceed 4GB and lines can be up to 1048576 chars long.
Polynomial(s) used:
CRC32C2_8slice: 0x8F6E37A0
HashSizeInBits = 26
Allocating KEY memory 1024KB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 256MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 256MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 256MB ... OK
Hashing all the LF ending lines encountered in 9,305,584,848 bytes long file ...
Keys vs Slots ratio: 6:1 or 452,823,515:67,108,864
FNV1A_Yoshimura         : Keys = 00,000,000,000,452,823,515; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,026; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,078,051; HashUtilization = 099%; Collisions = 0,385,792,702
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii : Keys = 00,000,000,000,452,823,515; 000,000,004 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,025; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,078,963; HashUtilization = 099%; Collisions = 0,385,793,614
CRC32C2_8slice          : Keys = 00,000,000,000,452,823,515; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,025; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,079,269; HashUtilization = 099%; Collisions = 0,385,793,920
Physical Lines: 452,823,515
Shortest Line : 9
Longest Line  : 41
Performance: 33485.613 bytes per clock

E:\YoYo_r1>YoYo_r1_64bit.exe enwiki-20121201-pages-articles.xml_20of32_3-grams.txt 27
YoYo - [CR]LF lines hasher, r.1 copyleft Kaze.
Note: Incoming textual file can exceed 4GB and lines can be up to 1048576 chars long.
Polynomial(s) used:
CRC32C2_8slice: 0x8F6E37A0
HashSizeInBits = 27
Allocating KEY memory 1024KB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 512MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 512MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 512MB ... OK
Hashing all the LF ending lines encountered in 9,305,584,848 bytes long file ...
Keys vs Slots ratio: 3:1 or 452,823,515:134,217,728
FNV1A_Yoshimura         : Keys = 00,000,000,000,452,823,515; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,019; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,004,598,493; HashUtilization = 096%; Collisions = 0,323,204,280
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii : Keys = 00,000,000,000,452,823,515; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,020; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,004,598,778; HashUtilization = 096%; Collisions = 0,323,204,565
CRC32C2_8slice          : Keys = 00,000,000,000,452,823,515; 000,000,005 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,004,601,800; HashUtilization = 096%; Collisions = 0,323,207,587
Physical Lines: 452,823,515
Shortest Line : 9
Longest Line  : 41
Performance: 29954.242 bytes per clock

E:\YoYo_r1>YoYo_r1_64bit.exe enwiki-20121201-pages-articles.xml_20of32_3-grams.txt 28
YoYo - [CR]LF lines hasher, r.1 copyleft Kaze.
Note: Incoming textual file can exceed 4GB and lines can be up to 1048576 chars long.
Polynomial(s) used:
CRC32C2_8slice: 0x8F6E37A0
HashSizeInBits = 28
Allocating KEY memory 1024KB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 1024MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 1024MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 1024MB ... OK
Hashing all the LF ending lines encountered in 9,305,584,848 bytes long file ...
Keys vs Slots ratio: 1:1 or 452,823,515:268,435,456
FNV1A_Yoshimura         : Keys = 00,000,000,000,452,823,515; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,017; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,049,688,056; HashUtilization = 081%; Collisions = 0,234,076,115
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii : Keys = 00,000,000,000,452,823,515; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,014; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,049,692,281; HashUtilization = 081%; Collisions = 0,234,080,340
CRC32C2_8slice          : Keys = 00,000,000,000,452,823,515; 000,000,007 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,013; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,049,694,945; HashUtilization = 081%; Collisions = 0,234,083,004
Physical Lines: 452,823,515
Shortest Line : 9
Longest Line  : 41
Performance: 27130.143 bytes per clock

E:\YoYo_r1>type enwiki-20121201-pages-articles.xml_20of32_3-grams.txt|more
z_otoryjski_war
volcano_osorno_chile
ybgvvcu_bnwm_z
support_bridging_or
text_sha_mfkzwy
rangers_and_auburn
sha_frtc_xosccivqrn
tictock_studios_which
of_parish_founders
phonologique_du_loron
nascimento_oporto_european
mps_superintendent_gregory
muluzi_denied_any
nir_twolegresult_pfc
lawmakers_think_transit
more_puffy_stuff
l_robert_hamilton
k_bjajhv_f
krulak_s_ttl
lai_meters_require
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group_oebb_technische
further_infanticide_zoology
featuring_dj_sak
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flames_attacking_railtrack
gauteng_military_museum
cornell_capa_ja
chuck_which_features
bruce_payne_actor
castle_guard_being
citizen_james_title
aronson_s_pictures
benjamin_conley_r
and_billy_doctrove
and_histochemical_staining
between_kumagawa_and
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political_manoeuvrings_despite
reel_detective_larue
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dodgers_hit_home
dwight_delivers_his
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croix_s_direction
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dir_north_loop
comedian_television_personality
checkpoints_and_other
citizens_federation_of
architecture_international_property
The process tried to write to a nonexistent pipe.
^C

E:\YoYo_r1>YoYo_r1_64bit.exe enwiki-20121201-pages-articles.xml_03of32_3-grams.txt 25
YoYo - [CR]LF lines hasher, r.1 copyleft Kaze.
Note: Incoming textual file can exceed 4GB and lines can be up to 1048576 chars long.
Polynomial(s) used:
CRC32C2_8slice: 0x8F6E37A0
HashSizeInBits = 25
Allocating KEY memory 1024KB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 128MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 128MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 128MB ... OK
Hashing all the LF ending lines encountered in 1,395,608,680 bytes long file ...
Keys vs Slots ratio: 2:1 or 67,916,422:33,554,432
FNV1A_Yoshimura         : Keys = 00,000,000,000,067,916,422; 000,000,009 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,013; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,004,432,986; HashUtilization = 086%; Collisions = 0,038,794,976
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii : Keys = 00,000,000,000,067,916,422; 000,000,011 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,013; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,004,433,879; HashUtilization = 086%; Collisions = 0,038,795,869
CRC32C2_8slice          : Keys = 00,000,000,000,067,916,422; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,014; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,004,433,459; HashUtilization = 086%; Collisions = 0,038,795,449
Physical Lines: 67,916,422
Shortest Line : 9
Longest Line  : 41
Performance: 35585.014 bytes per clock

E:\YoYo_r1>YoYo_r1_64bit.exe enwiki-20121201-pages-articles.xml_03of32_3-grams.txt 26
YoYo - [CR]LF lines hasher, r.1 copyleft Kaze.
Note: Incoming textual file can exceed 4GB and lines can be up to 1048576 chars long.
Polynomial(s) used:
CRC32C2_8slice: 0x8F6E37A0
HashSizeInBits = 26
Allocating KEY memory 1024KB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 256MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 256MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 256MB ... OK
Hashing all the LF ending lines encountered in 1,395,608,680 bytes long file ...
Keys vs Slots ratio: 1:1 or 67,916,422:67,108,864
FNV1A_Yoshimura         : Keys = 00,000,000,000,067,916,422; 000,000,008 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,010; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,024,390,554; HashUtilization = 063%; Collisions = 0,025,198,112
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii : Keys = 00,000,000,000,067,916,422; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,011; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,024,396,584; HashUtilization = 063%; Collisions = 0,025,204,142
CRC32C2_8slice          : Keys = 00,000,000,000,067,916,422; 000,000,004 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,011; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,024,394,376; HashUtilization = 063%; Collisions = 0,025,201,934
Physical Lines: 67,916,422
Shortest Line : 9
Longest Line  : 41
Performance: 31138.773 bytes per clock

E:\YoYo_r1>YoYo_r1_64bit.exe enwiki-20121201-pages-articles.xml_03of32_3-grams.txt 27
YoYo - [CR]LF lines hasher, r.1 copyleft Kaze.
Note: Incoming textual file can exceed 4GB and lines can be up to 1048576 chars long.
Polynomial(s) used:
CRC32C2_8slice: 0x8F6E37A0
HashSizeInBits = 27
Allocating KEY memory 1024KB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 512MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 512MB ... OK
Allocating HASH memory 512MB ... OK
Hashing all the LF ending lines encountered in 1,395,608,680 bytes long file ...
Keys vs Slots ratio: 0:1 or 67,916,422:134,217,728
FNV1A_Yoshimura         : Keys = 00,000,000,000,067,916,422; 000,000,011 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,008; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,080,915,727; HashUtilization = 039%; Collisions = 0,014,614,421
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii : Keys = 00,000,000,000,067,916,422; 000,000,014 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,008; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,080,922,174; HashUtilization = 039%; Collisions = 0,014,620,868
CRC32C2_8slice          : Keys = 00,000,000,000,067,916,422; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 0,000,000,009; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,080,922,279; HashUtilization = 039%; Collisions = 0,014,620,973
Physical Lines: 67,916,422
Shortest Line : 9
Longest Line  : 41
Performance: 27233.514 bytes per clock

E:\YoYo_r1>

Update, 2013-Mar-26: Just wanted to see how I&I YoshimitsuTRIAD behaves, along with this a new more versatile 'Lucky Light' benchmark came out featuring XMM (plus 8DWORDS interleaved) memory reads. Speaking only of linear speed, FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii outslashed all the 32bit hashers known to me (including FNV1A_Yoshimura).

Yoshi

Below, the results after running 32bit code by Intel 12.1 compiler (/Ox used):
Linear speed on Sanmayce's 'Bonboniera' laptop (Core 2 T7500, 2200MHz, RAM bus: 666MHz Duad Channel):
BURST_Read_4XMM128bit: 	 (64MB block); 524288MB fetched in 107765 clocks or   4.865MB per clock
BURST_Read_8XMM128bit: 	 (64MB block); 524288MB fetched in 113085 clocks or   4.636MB per clock
BURST_Read_4DWORDS: 	 (64MB block); 65536MB fetched in 15148 clocks or     4.326MB per clock
BURST_Read_8DWORDSi: 	 (64MB block); 65536MB fetched in 14087 clocks or     4.652MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 14539 clocks or      4.508MB per clock  !!! Fastest of all 4 Yo* !!!
CRC32_SlicingBy8: 	 (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 71557 clocks or      0.916MB per clock

BURST_Read_4XMM128bit: 	 (128KB block); 524288MB fetched in 37580 clocks or  13.951MB per clock
BURST_Read_8XMM128bit: 	 (128KB block); 524288MB fetched in 36380 clocks or  14.411MB per clock
BURST_Read_4DWORDS: 	 (128KB block); 65536MB fetched in 9220 clocks or     7.108MB per clock  ??? 128KB block size suggests some setback for Interleaved approach ???
BURST_Read_8DWORDSi: 	 (128KB block); 65536MB fetched in 10577 clocks or    6.196MB per clock  !!! Both Reading&Hashing suffer, thanks to Fantasy I saw that on i7 this drawback is no more !!!
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii: (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 10686 clocks or     6.133MB per clock  !!! Both Reading&Hashing suffer, thanks to Fantasy I saw that on i7 this drawback is no more !!!
CRC32_SlicingBy8: 	 (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 69795 clocks or     0.939MB per clock

BURST_Read_4XMM128bit: 	 (16KB block); 524288MB fetched in 20436 clocks or   25.655MB per clock
BURST_Read_8XMM128bit: 	 (16KB block); 524288MB fetched in 17456 clocks or   30.035MB per clock
BURST_Read_4DWORDS: 	 (16KB block); 65536MB fetched in 7878 clocks or      8.319MB per clock
BURST_Read_8DWORDSi: 	 (16KB block); 65536MB fetched in 7909 clocks or      8.286MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 8923 clocks or       7.345MB per clock  !!! Fastest of all 4 Yo* !!!
CRC32_SlicingBy8: 	 (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 69732 clocks or      0.940MB per clock

// 'BURST_Read_4XMM128bit' Main Loop:

.B1.182:                        
  009d0 8b f1            mov esi, ecx                           
  009d2 41               inc ecx                                
  009d3 c1 e6 06         shl esi, 6                             
  009d6 81 f9 00 00 80 
        00               cmp ecx, 8388608                       
  009dc 66 0f 6f 04 32   movdqa xmm0, XMMWORD PTR [edx+esi]     
  009e1 66 0f 7f 05 00 
        00 00 00         movdqa XMMWORD PTR [_xmm0], xmm0       
;;; 	xmm1 = xmmload(pointerflush+(KT+1)*16);
  009e9 66 0f 6f 4c 32 
        10               movdqa xmm1, XMMWORD PTR [16+edx+esi]  
  009ef 66 0f 7f 0d 00 
        00 00 00         movdqa XMMWORD PTR [_xmm1], xmm1       
;;; 	xmm2 = xmmload(pointerflush+(KT+2)*16);
  009f7 66 0f 6f 54 32 
        20               movdqa xmm2, XMMWORD PTR [32+edx+esi]  
  009fd 66 0f 7f 15 00 
        00 00 00         movdqa XMMWORD PTR [_xmm2], xmm2       
;;; 	xmm3 = xmmload(pointerflush+(KT+3)*16);
  00a05 66 0f 6f 5c 32 
        30               movdqa xmm3, XMMWORD PTR [48+edx+esi]  
  00a0b 66 0f 7f 1d 00 
        00 00 00         movdqa XMMWORD PTR [_xmm3], xmm3       
  00a13 72 bb            jb .B1.182 

// 'BURST_Read_8XMM128bit' Main Loop:

.B1.194:
  00b00 8b d9            mov ebx, ecx                           
  00b02 41               inc ecx                                
  00b03 c1 e3 07         shl ebx, 7                             
  00b06 81 f9 00 00 40 
        00               cmp ecx, 4194304                       
  00b0c 66 0f 6f 04 1a   movdqa xmm0, XMMWORD PTR [edx+ebx]     
  00b11 66 0f 7f 05 00 
        00 00 00         movdqa XMMWORD PTR [_xmm0], xmm0       
;;; 	xmm1 = xmmload(pointerflush+(KT+1)*16);
  00b19 66 0f 6f 4c 1a 
        10               movdqa xmm1, XMMWORD PTR [16+edx+ebx]  
  00b1f 66 0f 7f 0d 00 
        00 00 00         movdqa XMMWORD PTR [_xmm1], xmm1       
;;; 	xmm2 = xmmload(pointerflush+(KT+2)*16);
  00b27 66 0f 6f 54 1a 
        20               movdqa xmm2, XMMWORD PTR [32+edx+ebx]  
  00b2d 66 0f 7f 15 00 
        00 00 00         movdqa XMMWORD PTR [_xmm2], xmm2       
;;; 	xmm3 = xmmload(pointerflush+(KT+3)*16);
  00b35 66 0f 6f 5c 1a 
        30               movdqa xmm3, XMMWORD PTR [48+edx+ebx]  
  00b3b 66 0f 7f 1d 00 
        00 00 00         movdqa XMMWORD PTR [_xmm3], xmm3       
;;; 	xmm4 = xmmload(pointerflush+(KT+4)*16);
  00b43 66 0f 6f 64 1a 
        40               movdqa xmm4, XMMWORD PTR [64+edx+ebx]  
  00b49 66 0f 7f 25 00 
        00 00 00         movdqa XMMWORD PTR [_xmm4], xmm4       
;;; 	xmm5 = xmmload(pointerflush+(KT+5)*16);
  00b51 66 0f 6f 6c 1a 
        50               movdqa xmm5, XMMWORD PTR [80+edx+ebx]  
  00b57 66 0f 7f 2d 00 
        00 00 00         movdqa XMMWORD PTR [_xmm5], xmm5       
;;; 	xmm6 = xmmload(pointerflush+(KT+6)*16);
  00b5f 66 0f 6f 74 1a 
        60               movdqa xmm6, XMMWORD PTR [96+edx+ebx]  
  00b65 66 0f 7f 35 00 
        00 00 00         movdqa XMMWORD PTR [_xmm6], xmm6       
;;; 	xmm7 = xmmload(pointerflush+(KT+7)*16);
  00b6d 66 0f 6f 7c 1a 
        70               movdqa xmm7, XMMWORD PTR [112+edx+ebx] 
  00b73 66 0f 7f 3d 00 
        00 00 00         movdqa XMMWORD PTR [_xmm7], xmm7       
  00b7b 72 83            jb .B1.194 

// 'BURST_Read_4DWORDS' Main Loop:

.B2.3:
  02e4c 83 c3 f0         add ebx, -16                           
;;;         hash32 = *(uint32_t *)(p+0);
  02e4f 8b 07            mov eax, DWORD PTR [edi]               
;;;         hash32B = *(uint32_t *)(p+4);
  02e51 8b 77 04         mov esi, DWORD PTR [4+edi]             
;;;         hash32C = *(uint32_t *)(p+8);
  02e54 8b 57 08         mov edx, DWORD PTR [8+edi]             
;;;         hash32D = *(uint32_t *)(p+12);
  02e57 8b 4f 0c         mov ecx, DWORD PTR [12+edi]            
  02e5a 83 c7 10         add edi, 16                            
  02e5d 83 fb 10         cmp ebx, 16                            
  02e60 73 ea            jae .B2.3 

// 'BURST_Read_8DWORDSi' Main Loop:

.B3.3:
;;;     for(; Loop_Counter; Loop_Counter--, p += 4*sizeof(uint32_t)) {
;;;         hash32 = *(uint32_t *)(p+0) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+0+Second_Line_Offset);
  02ebc 8b 07            mov eax, DWORD PTR [edi]               
;;;         hash32B = *(uint32_t *)(p+4) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+4+Second_Line_Offset);
  02ebe 8b 77 04         mov esi, DWORD PTR [4+edi]             
;;;         hash32C = *(uint32_t *)(p+8) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+8+Second_Line_Offset);
  02ec1 8b 57 08         mov edx, DWORD PTR [8+edi]             
;;;         hash32D = *(uint32_t *)(p+12) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+12+Second_Line_Offset);
  02ec4 8b 4f 0c         mov ecx, DWORD PTR [12+edi]            
  02ec7 33 04 1f         xor eax, DWORD PTR [edi+ebx]           
  02eca 33 74 1f 04      xor esi, DWORD PTR [4+edi+ebx]         
  02ece 33 54 1f 08      xor edx, DWORD PTR [8+edi+ebx]         
  02ed2 33 4c 1f 0c      xor ecx, DWORD PTR [12+edi+ebx]        
  02ed6 83 c7 10         add edi, 16                            
  02ed9 4d               dec ebp                                
  02eda 75 e0            jne .B3.3 

// 'FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii' Main Loop:

.B4.4:
;;; 		hash32 = (hash32 ^ (_rotl_KAZE(*(uint32_t *)(p+0),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+0+Second_Line_Offset))) * PRIME;        
  02f4c 8b 2b            mov ebp, DWORD PTR [ebx]               
  02f4e c1 c5 05         rol ebp, 5                             
  02f51 33 2c 33         xor ebp, DWORD PTR [ebx+esi]           
  02f54 33 fd            xor edi, ebp                           
;;; 		hash32B = (hash32B ^ (_rotl_KAZE(*(uint32_t *)(p+4+Second_Line_Offset),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+4))) * PRIME;        
  02f56 8b 6c 33 04      mov ebp, DWORD PTR [4+ebx+esi]         
  02f5a c1 c5 05         rol ebp, 5                             
  02f5d 33 6b 04         xor ebp, DWORD PTR [4+ebx]             
  02f60 33 cd            xor ecx, ebp                           
;;; 		hash32C = (hash32C ^ (_rotl_KAZE(*(uint32_t *)(p+8),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+8+Second_Line_Offset))) * PRIME;        
  02f62 8b 6b 08         mov ebp, DWORD PTR [8+ebx]             
  02f65 c1 c5 05         rol ebp, 5                             
  02f68 33 6c 33 08      xor ebp, DWORD PTR [8+ebx+esi]         
  02f6c 83 c3 0c         add ebx, 12                            
  02f6f 33 c5            xor eax, ebp                           
  02f71 69 ff e7 d3 0a 
        00               imul edi, edi, 709607                  
  02f77 69 c9 e7 d3 0a 
        00               imul ecx, ecx, 709607                  
  02f7d 69 c0 e7 d3 0a 
        00               imul eax, eax, 709607                  
  02f83 4a               dec edx                               
  02f84 75 c6            jne .B4.4 

; mark_description "Intel(R) C++ Compiler XE for applications running on IA-32, Version 12.1.1.258 Build 20111011";
; mark_description "-Ox -TcHASH_linearspeed_FURY.c -FaHASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_IA-32_12 -FAcs";
And the full dump:
Copying a 256MB block 1024 times i.e. 256GB READ + 256GB WRITTEN ...
memcpy(): (256MB block); 262144MB copied in 141321 clocks or 1.855MB per clock

Fetching a 512MB block 1024 times i.e. 512GB ...
BURST_Read_4XMM128bit: (512MB block); 524288MB fetched in 107812 clocks or 4.863MB per clock

Fetching a 512MB block 1024 times i.e. 512GB ...
BURST_Read_8XMM128bit: (512MB block); 524288MB fetched in 113162 clocks or 4.633MB per clock

Fetching a 64MB block 8*1024 times i.e. 512GB ...
BURST_Read_4XMM128bit: (64MB block); 524288MB fetched in 107765 clocks or 4.865MB per clock

Fetching a 64MB block 8*1024 times i.e. 512GB ...
BURST_Read_8XMM128bit: (64MB block); 524288MB fetched in 113085 clocks or 4.636MB per clock

Fetching a 128KB block 4*1024*1024 times i.e. 512GB ...
BURST_Read_4XMM128bit: (128KB block); 524288MB fetched in 37580 clocks or 13.951MB per clock

Fetching a 128KB block 4*1024*1024 times i.e. 512GB ...
BURST_Read_8XMM128bit: (128KB block); 524288MB fetched in 36380 clocks or 14.411MB per clock

Fetching a 16KB block 8*4*1024*1024 times i.e. 512GB ...
BURST_Read_4XMM128bit: (16KB block); 524288MB fetched in 20436 clocks or 25.655MB per clock

Fetching a 16KB block 8*4*1024*1024 times i.e. 512GB ...
BURST_Read_8XMM128bit: (16KB block); 524288MB fetched in 17456 clocks or 30.035MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 64MB block 1024 times i.e. 64GB ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS: (64MB block); 65536MB fetched in 15148 clocks or 4.326MB per clock
BURST_Read_8DWORDSi: (64MB block); 65536MB fetched in 14087 clocks or 4.652MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 14539 clocks or 4.508MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 15912 clocks or 4.119MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 16427 clocks or 3.990MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 14695 clocks or 4.460MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 71557 clocks or 0.916MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 2MB block 32*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS: (2MB block); 65536MB fetched in 9532 clocks or 6.875MB per clock
BURST_Read_8DWORDSi: (2MB block); 65536MB fetched in 8907 clocks or 7.358MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii: (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 9407 clocks or 6.967MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD: (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 9750 clocks or 6.722MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 10187 clocks or 6.433MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura: (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 9984 clocks or 6.564MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2: (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 69763 clocks or 0.939MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 128KB block 512*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS: (128KB block); 65536MB fetched in 9220 clocks or 7.108MB per clock
BURST_Read_8DWORDSi: (128KB block); 65536MB fetched in 10577 clocks or 6.196MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii: (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 10686 clocks or 6.133MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD: (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 9656 clocks or 6.787MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 10094 clocks or 6.493MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura: (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 11278 clocks or 5.811MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2: (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 69795 clocks or 0.939MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 16KB block 4*1024*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS: (16KB block); 65536MB fetched in 7878 clocks or 8.319MB per clock
BURST_Read_8DWORDSi: (16KB block); 65536MB fetched in 7909 clocks or 8.286MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIADii: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 8923 clocks or 7.345MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 8955 clocks or 7.318MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 9719 clocks or 6.743MB per clock
FNV1A_Yoshimura: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 9734 clocks or 6.733MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 69732 clocks or 0.940MB per clock
Below, the results after running 64bit code:
E:\Benchmark_LuckyLight_r1>benchmark_Intel_12.1_O2.exe CityHash128 CityHash64 SpookyHash fnv1a-jesteress fnv1a-yoshimura fnv1a-YoshimitsuTRIADii fnv1a-tesla fnv1a-tesla3 xxhash-fast xxhash-strong xxhash256 -i77 200MB_as_one_line.TXT
memcpy: 108 ms, 209715202 bytes = 1851 MB/s
Codec                                   version      args
C.Size      (C.Ratio)        C.Speed   D.Speed      C.Eff. D.Eff.
CityHash128                             1.0.3
  209715218 (x 1.000)      3389 MB/s 3389 MB/s      277e15 277e15
CityHash64                              1.0.3
  209715210 (x 1.000)      3389 MB/s 3448 MB/s      277e15 282e15
SpookyHash                              2012-03-30
  209715218 (x 1.000)      4166 MB/s 4166 MB/s      341e15 341e15
fnv1a-jesteress                         v2
  209715206 (x 1.000)      3333 MB/s 3333 MB/s      273e15 273e15
fnv1a-yoshimura                         v2
  209715206 (x 1.000)      4166 MB/s 4166 MB/s      341e15 341e15
fnv1a-YoshimitsuTRIADii                 v2
  209715206 (x 1.000)      4347 MB/s 4347 MB/s      356e15 356e15
fnv1a-tesla                             v2
  209715210 (x 1.000)      4651 MB/s 4651 MB/s      381e15 381e15
fnv1a-tesla3                            v2
  209715210 (x 1.000)      4347 MB/s 4347 MB/s      356e15 356e15
xxhash-fast                             r3
  209715206 (x 1.000)      4081 MB/s 4081 MB/s      334e15 334e15
xxhash-strong                           r3
  209715206 (x 1.000)      2816 MB/s 2816 MB/s      230e15 230e15
xxhash256                               r3
  209715234 (x 1.000)      4166 MB/s 4166 MB/s      341e15 341e15
Codec                                   version      args
C.Size      (C.Ratio)        C.Speed   D.Speed      C.Eff. D.Eff.
done... (77x1 iteration(s)).

E:\Benchmark_LuckyLight_r1>benchmark_Intel_12.1_O3.exe CityHash128 CityHash64 SpookyHash fnv1a-jesteress fnv1a-yoshimura fnv1a-YoshimitsuTRIADii fnv1a-tesla fnv1a-tesla3 xxhash-fast xxhash-strong xxhash256 -i77 200MB_as_one_line.TXT
memcpy: 108 ms, 209715202 bytes = 1851 MB/s
Codec                                   version      args
C.Size      (C.Ratio)        C.Speed   D.Speed      C.Eff. D.Eff.
CityHash128                             1.0.3
  209715218 (x 1.000)      3389 MB/s 3278 MB/s      277e15 268e15
CityHash64                              1.0.3
  209715210 (x 1.000)      3389 MB/s 3448 MB/s      277e15 282e15
SpookyHash                              2012-03-30
  209715218 (x 1.000)      3703 MB/s 3703 MB/s      303e15 303e15
fnv1a-jesteress                         v2
  209715206 (x 1.000)      3389 MB/s 3389 MB/s      277e15 277e15
fnv1a-yoshimura                         v2
  209715206 (x 1.000)      4166 MB/s 4166 MB/s      341e15 341e15
fnv1a-YoshimitsuTRIADii                 v2
  209715206 (x 1.000)      3846 MB/s 3846 MB/s      315e15 315e15
fnv1a-tesla                             v2
  209715210 (x 1.000)      4651 MB/s 4651 MB/s      381e15 381e15
fnv1a-tesla3                            v2
  209715210 (x 1.000)      4347 MB/s 4347 MB/s      356e15 356e15
xxhash-fast                             r3
  209715206 (x 1.000)      4081 MB/s 4081 MB/s      334e15 334e15
xxhash-strong                           r3
  209715206 (x 1.000)      2816 MB/s 2816 MB/s      230e15 230e15
xxhash256                               r3
  209715234 (x 1.000)      4166 MB/s 4166 MB/s      341e15 341e15
Codec                                   version      args
C.Size      (C.Ratio)        C.Speed   D.Speed      C.Eff. D.Eff.
done... (77x1 iteration(s)).

E:\Benchmark_LuckyLight_r1>benchmark_Intel_12.1_fast.exe CityHash128 CityHash64 SpookyHash fnv1a-jesteress fnv1a-yoshimura fnv1a-YoshimitsuTRIADii fnv1a-tesla fnv1a-tesla3 xxhash-fast xxhash-strong xxhash256 -i77 200MB_as_one_line.TXT
memcpy: 109 ms, 209715202 bytes = 1834 MB/s
Codec                                   version      args
C.Size      (C.Ratio)        C.Speed   D.Speed      C.Eff. D.Eff.
CityHash128                             1.0.3
  209715218 (x 1.000)      2380 MB/s 2380 MB/s      195e15 195e15
CityHash64                              1.0.3
  209715210 (x 1.000)      2127 MB/s 2173 MB/s      174e15 178e15
SpookyHash                              2012-03-30
  209715218 (x 1.000)      3703 MB/s 3703 MB/s      303e15 303e15
fnv1a-jesteress                         v2
  209715206 (x 1.000)      3389 MB/s 3389 MB/s      277e15 277e15
fnv1a-yoshimura                         v2
  209715206 (x 1.000)      4081 MB/s 4081 MB/s      334e15 334e15
fnv1a-YoshimitsuTRIADii                 v2
  209715206 (x 1.000)      3846 MB/s 3846 MB/s      315e15 315e15
fnv1a-tesla                             v2
  209715210 (x 1.000)      4651 MB/s 4651 MB/s      381e15 381e15
fnv1a-tesla3                            v2
  209715210 (x 1.000)      4444 MB/s 4444 MB/s      364e15 364e15
xxhash-fast                             r3
  209715206 (x 1.000)      4081 MB/s 4081 MB/s      334e15 334e15
xxhash-strong                           r3
  209715206 (x 1.000)      2816 MB/s 2816 MB/s      230e15 230e15
xxhash256                               r3
  209715234 (x 1.000)      4166 MB/s 4166 MB/s      341e15 341e15
Codec                                   version      args
C.Size      (C.Ratio)        C.Speed   D.Speed      C.Eff. D.Eff.
done... (77x1 iteration(s)).

E:\Benchmark_LuckyLight_r1>benchmark_Microsoft_VS2010_Ox.exe CityHash128 CityHash64 SpookyHash fnv1a-jesteress fnv1a-yoshimura fnv1a-YoshimitsuTRIADii fnv1a-tesla fnv1a-tesla3 xxhash-fast xxhash-strong xxhash256 -i77 200MB_as_one_line.TXT
memcpy: 114 ms, 209715202 bytes = 1754 MB/s
Codec                                   version      args
C.Size      (C.Ratio)        C.Speed   D.Speed      C.Eff. D.Eff.
CityHash128                             1.0.3
  209715218 (x 1.000)      4444 MB/s 4444 MB/s      364e15 364e15
CityHash64                              1.0.3
  209715210 (x 1.000)      4255 MB/s 4255 MB/s      348e15 348e15
SpookyHash                              2012-03-30
  209715218 (x 1.000)      4081 MB/s 4081 MB/s      334e15 334e15
fnv1a-jesteress                         v2
  209715206 (x 1.000)      3333 MB/s 3333 MB/s      273e15 273e15
fnv1a-yoshimura                         v2
  209715206 (x 1.000)      4166 MB/s 4166 MB/s      341e15 341e15
fnv1a-YoshimitsuTRIADii                 v2
  209715206 (x 1.000)      4255 MB/s 4255 MB/s      348e15 348e15
fnv1a-tesla                             v2
  209715210 (x 1.000)      4651 MB/s 4651 MB/s      381e15 381e15
fnv1a-tesla3                            v2
  209715210 (x 1.000)      4347 MB/s 4347 MB/s      356e15 356e15
xxhash-fast                             r3
  209715206 (x 1.000)      4255 MB/s 4255 MB/s      348e15 348e15
xxhash-strong                           r3
  209715206 (x 1.000)      2857 MB/s 2857 MB/s      234e15 234e15
xxhash256                               r3
  209715234 (x 1.000)      4255 MB/s 4255 MB/s      348e15 348e15
Codec                                   version      args
C.Size      (C.Ratio)        C.Speed   D.Speed      C.Eff. D.Eff.
done... (77x1 iteration(s)).
The above dumpS were made with Benchmark_LuckyLight_r1.zip package.

For reference: www.sanmayce.com/Fastest_Hash/index.html#MANGA
My one-page-manga-like swagger Fastest_Hash_Table_Function_FNV1A_Yoshimura as PDF file.

Yoshimura

Update, 2013-Mar-14: A remainderless variant for 16[+] bytes keys appeared while I was playing with Yorikke and wanting to try an old idea of mine - to reduce the branching.

Also, through the tests I have made, a simple maxim popped up: '3 is better than 2', that is, the 3 YoshimitsuTRIAD hash lines disperse better than the 2 Yorikke hash lines.

Thanks to guys from overclock.net I gathered some AMD stats.
Here it is interesting to compare the two (Intel) outputs and the two (AMD) outputs obtained so far:

Core 2 T7500 2200MHz = 11x200, CPU FSB speed: 4x200MHz, RAM bus: 333MHz (DDR2, Dual Channel), L1 Data Cache: 32KB:
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 9048 clocks or 7.243MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 9626 clocks or 6.808MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 69779 clocks or 0.939MB per clock

i7-3930K, 4500MHz, CPU bus: 125MHz, RAM bus: 1200MHz (DDR3, Quad Channel), L1 Data Cache: 32KBytes:
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 4390 clocks or 14.928MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 5123 clocks or 12.793MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 36210 clocks or 1.810MB per clock

AMD FX-8120, 4515MHz = 21x215, L1 Data Cache: 8x16KB:
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 5859 clocks or 11.186MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 6407 clocks or 10.229MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 44437 clocks or 1.475MB per clock

AMD Phenom II X6 1600T, 4000MHz = 16x250, FSB Frequency: 250MHz, DRAM Frequency: 1000MHz, Dual DDR3, L1 Data Cache: 6x64KB:
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 5769 clocks or 11.360MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 7555 clocks or 8.675MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 34650 clocks or 1.891MB per clock

In my view 'Zambezi' 32nm is a step back when compared to 'Thuban' 45nm, AMD instead of jump did a somersault.
Looking at CRC32_SlicingBy8 function, though, AMD did a great job (I believe 'Barton' legacy speaks within 'Thuban') by outperforming the fastest Intel system I have seen thus far - 1.891MB per clock vs 1.810MB per clock.
I wanted to post results obtained on my old computer (with AMD Barton 1920MHz) but the fans were dead.

I wonder how XEON (Ivy-Bridge) and latest AMD (with no reduced L1 cache) fare.

Up to now:
On AMD (Phenom II X6 1600T, 4000MHz) FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD reigns with 11.360MB per clock or 11360/1024 = 11.093GB/s.
On Intel (i7-3930K, 4500MHz) FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD reigns with 14.928MB per clock or 14928/1024 = 14.578GB/s.

It is worth the attempt to explore the Jesteress-Yorikke (i.e. 1 hash line 4+4 vs 2 hash lines 4+4) 8-16 GAP in order to lessen their collisions further more.
Simply put, 3 hash lines 4 bytes each, 12 bytes per loop.
The 'non power of 2' workaround I see as one MONOLITH function with no remainder mixing at all.
The idea #1 is to exterminate all nasty IFs outwith the main loop, I believe such branchless etude will outperform Jesteress.
The idea #2 is to STRESS memory by fetching not-so-adjacent areas.

For example:
Key: hash_with_overlapping_aye_aye
Key left-to-right quadruplets and remainder: 'hash', '_wit', 'h_ov', 'erla', 'ppin', 'g_ay', 'e_ay', 'e'
Key right-to-left quadruplets and remainder: 'h', 'ash_', 'with', '_ove', 'rlap', 'ping', '_aye', '_aye'
Key_Length: 29
Loop_Counter: 3 //if ( Key_Length%(3*4) ) Loop_Counter = Key_Length/(3*4)+1; else Loop_Counter = Key_Length/(3*4);

Loop #1 of 3:
Hash line 1: hash
Hash line 2: h_ov
Hash line 3: ping
Loop #2 of 3:
Hash line 1: _wit
Hash line 2: erla
Hash line 3: _aye
Loop #3 of 3:
Hash line 1: h_ov
Hash line 2: ppin
Hash line 3: _aye

I don't know the internals, whether lines are 32/64/128 bytes long is a secondary concern.
Well, the key is too short, in reality the above key may span only 1|2 cache lines, if the key is longer than 4 cache lines (assuming 32) e.g. 128+2 bytes then it may span 5|6 lines.
My dummy/clueless premise is that is possible (in future systems) to access effectively RAM in such manner.
Does someone know whether such type of accessing has any practical value in nowadays CPUs?
Of course, it is worth trying to "interleave" in that way all the short string hashers, yes?

Anyway the 3 lines are in stack, for the time being let's see how 'INTERLEAVED' Yorikke, which I called FNV1A_Yoshimura, behaves.

For reference: www.sanmayce.com/Fastest_Hash/index.html#Yoshimura

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// [North Star One-Sword School]
// - My name is Kanichiro Yoshimura.
//   I'm a new man. Just so you'll know who I am...
//   Saito-sensei.
//   What land are you from?
// - 'Land'?
//   Yes.
//   I was born in Morioka, in Nanbu, Oshu.
//   It's a beautiful place.
//   Please...
//   Away to the south is Mt Hayachine...
//   with Mt Nansho and Mt Azumane to the west.
//   In the north are Mt Iwate and Mt Himekami.
//   Out of the high mountains flows the Nakatsu River...
//   through the castle town into the Kitakami below Sakuranobaba.
//   Ah, it's pretty as a picture!
//   There's nowhere like it in all Japan!
// ...
// - Hijikata-sensei... as you're aware, the circumstances... made the task quite difficult.
//   It caused a chip in the blade of my sword.
//   Could I perhaps ask for... the cost of a new sword?
// - That should do, Your blade doesn't bear its maker's name.
// - You're too kind. My humble thanks!
// - What kind of a samurai is that?
// - He's really something!
// ...
// - Where's it chipped?
// - My sword's as worn down as I am.
// ...
// The Shinsengumi was... the sterile flower of the Shoguns' end.
// /Paragon Kiichi Nakai in the paragon piece-of-art 'The Wolves of Mibu' aka 'WHEN THE LAST SWORD IS DRAWN'/
// As I said on one Japanese forum, Kiichi Nakai deserves an award worth his weight in gold, nah-nah, in DIAMONDS!
uint32_t FNV1A_Hash_Yoshimura(const char *str, uint32_t wrdlen)
{
    const uint32_t PRIME = 709607;
    uint32_t hash32 = 2166136261;
    uint32_t hash32B = 2166136261;
    const char *p = str;
    uint32_t Loop_Counter;
    uint32_t Second_Line_Offset;

if (wrdlen >= 2*2*sizeof(uint32_t)) {
    Second_Line_Offset = wrdlen-((wrdlen>>4)+1)*(2*4); // ((wrdlen>>1)>>3)
    Loop_Counter = (wrdlen>>4);
    //if (wrdlen%16) Loop_Counter++;
    Loop_Counter++;
    for(; Loop_Counter; Loop_Counter--, p += 2*sizeof(uint32_t)) {
		// revision 1:
		//hash32 = (hash32 ^ (_rotl(*(uint32_t *)(p+0),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+4))) * PRIME;        
		//hash32B = (hash32B ^ (_rotl(*(uint32_t *)(p+0+Second_Line_Offset),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+4+Second_Line_Offset))) * PRIME;        
		// revision 2:
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ (_rotl(*(uint32_t *)(p+0),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+0+Second_Line_Offset))) * PRIME;        
		hash32B = (hash32B ^ (_rotl(*(uint32_t *)(p+4+Second_Line_Offset),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+4))) * PRIME;        
    }
} else {
    // Cases: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,...,15
    if (wrdlen & 2*sizeof(uint32_t)) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(uint32_t*)(p+0)) * PRIME;
		hash32B = (hash32B ^ *(uint32_t*)(p+4)) * PRIME;
		p += 4*sizeof(uint16_t);
    }
    // Cases: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7
    if (wrdlen & sizeof(uint32_t)) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(uint16_t*)(p+0)) * PRIME;
		hash32B = (hash32B ^ *(uint16_t*)(p+2)) * PRIME;
		p += 2*sizeof(uint16_t);
    }
    if (wrdlen & sizeof(uint16_t)) {
        hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(uint16_t*)p) * PRIME;
        p += sizeof(uint16_t);
    }
    if (wrdlen & 1) 
        hash32 = (hash32 ^ *p) * PRIME;
}
    hash32 = (hash32 ^ _rotl(hash32B,5) ) * PRIME;
    return hash32 ^ (hash32 >> 16);
}

To reproduce the quick-test below here comes: DOUBLOON_hash_micro-package_r3.zip.
The results on my 'Bonboniera' T7500, throwing mostly 16+ long keys at the "awful greedy country samurai":
E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON_hash_micro-package_r2>RUNME.BAT
E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON_hash_micro-package_r2>type Results.txt

Intel 12.1:
3333 lines read
8192 elements in the table (13 bits)
           Jesteress: 493 [  576]
              Meiyan: 515 [  583]
             Yorikke: 458 [  579]
           Yoshimura: 379 [  593] !!! SIGNIFICANTLY fastEST !!!
          Yoshimitsu: 497 [  609]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 489 [  615]
              FNV-1a: 969 [  604]
              Larson: 947 [  581]
              CRC-32: 894 [  613]
             Murmur2: 656 [  600]
             Murmur3: 711 [  583]
           XXHfast32: 504 [  596]
         XXHstrong32: 528 [  571]
1000 lines read
2048 elements in the table (11 bits)
           Jesteress:  268 [  205]
              Meiyan:  268 [  205]
             Yorikke:  224 [  207]
           Yoshimura:  235 [  187] ??? the slowest of all the four Yo*, something to ponder about ???
          Yoshimitsu:  225 [  225]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD:  221 [  219]
              FNV-1a: 1125 [  225]
              Larson: 1131 [  212]
              CRC-32:  919 [  230]
             Murmur2:  439 [  222]
             Murmur3:  497 [  223]
           XXHfast32:  250 [  223]
         XXHstrong32:  309 [  192]
32359 lines read
65536 elements in the table (16 bits)
           Jesteress: 12249 [ 6883]
              Meiyan: 12369 [ 6897]
             Yorikke: 11000 [ 6872]
           Yoshimura:  9876 [ 6908] !!! fastEST, yet with high collisions !!!
          Yoshimitsu: 11489 [ 6937]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 11094 [ 6843]
              FNV-1a: 39491 [ 6840]
              Larson: 39714 [ 6889]
              CRC-32: 34264 [ 6891]
             Murmur2: 17678 [ 6786]
             Murmur3: 19626 [ 6850]
           XXHfast32: 10383 [ 6859]
         XXHstrong32: 12708 [ 6887]

Microsoft 16:
3333 lines read
8192 elements in the table (13 bits)
           Jesteress:  756 [  576]
              Meiyan:  781 [  583]
             Yorikke:  776 [  579]
           Yoshimura:  740 [  593]
          Yoshimitsu:  781 [  609]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD:  803 [  615]
              FNV-1a: 1306 [  604]
              Larson: 1304 [  581]
              CRC-32: 1204 [  613]
             Murmur2:  983 [  600]
             Murmur3: 1031 [  583]
           XXHfast32:  859 [  596]
         XXHstrong32:  883 [  571]
1000 lines read
2048 elements in the table (11 bits)
           Jesteress:  463 [  205]
              Meiyan:  464 [  205]
             Yorikke:  422 [  207]
           Yoshimura:  442 [  187]
          Yoshimitsu:  431 [  225]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD:  423 [  219]
              FNV-1a: 1311 [  225]
              Larson: 1319 [  212]
              CRC-32: 1148 [  230]
             Murmur2:  648 [  222]
             Murmur3:  637 [  223]
           XXHfast32:  451 [  223]
         XXHstrong32:  496 [  192]
32359 lines read
65536 elements in the table (16 bits)
           Jesteress: 20162 [ 6883]
              Meiyan: 20124 [ 6897]
             Yorikke: 19101 [ 6872]
           Yoshimura: 17801 [ 6908]
          Yoshimitsu: 19616 [ 6937]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 19370 [ 6843]
              FNV-1a: 47142 [ 6840]
              Larson: 48009 [ 6889]
              CRC-32: 42964 [ 6891]
             Murmur2: 25741 [ 6786]
             Murmur3: 25654 [ 6850]
           XXHfast32: 18179 [ 6859]
         XXHstrong32: 20557 [ 6887]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON_hash_micro-package_r2>

The 64bit linear test comes thanks to Przemyslaw Skibinski (modified by m^2, supplemented by Sanmayce).

Yoshimura

Yoshimura

The 50 tests, further below, confirm the 'Yoshimura' strength:
E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I dic_common_words.txt
500 lines read
1024 elements in the table (10 bits)
           Jesteress: 55 [  110]
              Meiyan: 55 [  102]
             Yorikke: 57 [  108]
           Yoshimura: 58 [  109]
          Yoshimitsu: 62 [  108]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 59 [  108]
              FNV-1a: 73 [  124]
              Larson: 67 [   99]
              CRC-32: 63 [  101]
             Murmur2: 62 [  103]
             Murmur3: 70 [  101]
           XXHfast32: 75 [  110]
         XXHstrong32: 78 [  109]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I dic_fr.txt
13408 lines read
32768 elements in the table (15 bits)
           Jesteress: 1773 [ 2427]
              Meiyan: 1799 [ 2377]
             Yorikke: 1691 [ 2392]
           Yoshimura: 1762 [ 2392]
          Yoshimitsu: 1779 [ 2392]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 1719 [ 2392]
              FNV-1a: 2034 [ 2446]
              Larson: 1930 [ 2447]
              CRC-32: 1993 [ 2400]
             Murmur2: 2034 [ 2399]
             Murmur3: 2163 [ 2376]
           XXHfast32: 2302 [ 2494]
         XXHstrong32: 2325 [ 2496]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I dic_ip.txt
3925 lines read
8192 elements in the table (13 bits)
           Jesteress: 435 [  819]
              Meiyan: 450 [  807]
             Yorikke: 416 [  821]
           Yoshimura: 428 [  821]
          Yoshimitsu: 438 [  821]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 423 [  821]
              FNV-1a: 632 [  796]
              Larson: 602 [  789]
              CRC-32: 597 [  802]
             Murmur2: 528 [  825]
             Murmur3: 569 [  818]
           XXHfast32: 668 [  829]
         XXHstrong32: 678 [  829]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I dic_numbers.txt
500 lines read
1024 elements in the table (10 bits)
           Jesteress: 42 [  300]
              Meiyan: 35 [  125]
             Yorikke: 33 [   86]
           Yoshimura: 33 [   86]
          Yoshimitsu: 37 [   86]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 35 [   86]
              FNV-1a: 35 [  108]
              Larson: 25 [   16]
              CRC-32: 34 [   64]
             Murmur2: 39 [  104]
             Murmur3: 44 [  104]
           XXHfast32: 52 [  102]
         XXHstrong32: 52 [  102]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I dic_postfix.txt
500 lines read
1024 elements in the table (10 bits)
           Jesteress:  73 [  106]
              Meiyan:  77 [  112]
             Yorikke:  68 [  111]
           Yoshimura:  55 [  112]
          Yoshimitsu:  71 [  104]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD:  71 [  103]
              FNV-1a: 158 [  105]
              Larson: 155 [  105]
              CRC-32: 139 [   94]
             Murmur2:  99 [  111]
             Murmur3: 108 [  105]
           XXHfast32:  71 [  106]
         XXHstrong32:  76 [  112]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I dic_prefix.txt
500 lines read
1024 elements in the table (10 bits)
           Jesteress:  77 [  102]
              Meiyan:  79 [  106]
             Yorikke:  70 [   94]
           Yoshimura:  59 [  109]
          Yoshimitsu:  75 [  103]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD:  78 [  101]
              FNV-1a: 157 [   94]
              Larson: 151 [   99]
              CRC-32: 143 [  107]
             Murmur2: 101 [  106]
             Murmur3: 108 [  103]
           XXHfast32:  73 [  103]
         XXHstrong32:  78 [  102]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I dic_Shakespeare.txt
3228 lines read
8192 elements in the table (13 bits)
           Jesteress: 363 [  585]
              Meiyan: 369 [  588]
             Yorikke: 360 [  552]
           Yoshimura: 371 [  552]
          Yoshimitsu: 380 [  552]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 364 [  552]
              FNV-1a: 407 [  555]
              Larson: 387 [  583]
              CRC-32: 409 [  563]
             Murmur2: 422 [  566]
             Murmur3: 446 [  555]
           XXHfast32: 466 [  491]
         XXHstrong32: 477 [  491]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I dic_variables.txt
1842 lines read
4096 elements in the table (12 bits)
           Jesteress: 253 [  366]
              Meiyan: 253 [  350]
             Yorikke: 237 [  359]
           Yoshimura: 241 [  356]
          Yoshimitsu: 249 [  359]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 238 [  361]
              FNV-1a: 300 [  374]
              Larson: 289 [  366]
              CRC-32: 300 [  338]
             Murmur2: 288 [  383]
             Murmur3: 307 [  334]
           XXHfast32: 316 [  347]
         XXHstrong32: 321 [  355]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I dic_win32.txt
1992 lines read
4096 elements in the table (12 bits)
           Jesteress: 292 [  397]
              Meiyan: 303 [  409]
             Yorikke: 275 [  431]
           Yoshimura: 254 [  415]
          Yoshimitsu: 287 [  431]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 278 [  439]
              FNV-1a: 404 [  428]
              Larson: 389 [  416]
              CRC-32: 397 [  426]
             Murmur2: 339 [  415]
             Murmur3: 366 [  380]
           XXHfast32: 348 [  420]
         XXHstrong32: 360 [  429]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I IPS.TXT
2995394 lines read
8388608 elements in the table (23 bits)
           Jesteress: 1127475 [691369]
              Meiyan: 1061782 [593723]
             Yorikke: 1021831 [476699]
           Yoshimura: 1031132 [476699]
          Yoshimitsu: 1048772 [476699]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 1038688 [476699]
              FNV-1a: 1370596 [477067]
              Larson: 1353744 [475575]
              CRC-32: 1313587 [472854]
             Murmur2: 1309879 [476330]
             Murmur3: 1215611 [476845]
           XXHfast32: 1378884 [476358]
         XXHstrong32: 1395106 [476358]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I "Word-list_00,105,982_English_Spell-Check_High-Quality.wrd"
105982 lines read
262144 elements in the table (18 bits)
           Jesteress: 14362 [18664]
              Meiyan: 14934 [18738]
             Yorikke: 13907 [18742]
           Yoshimura: 14663 [18756]
          Yoshimitsu: 14842 [18742]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 14192 [18742]
              FNV-1a: 17874 [18743]
              Larson: 16880 [18872]
              CRC-32: 16845 [18834]
             Murmur2: 16316 [18762]
             Murmur3: 17861 [18751]
           XXHfast32: 18942 [18787]
         XXHstrong32: 19269 [18800]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I MASAKARI_General-Purpose_Grade_English_Wordlist_r3_316423_words.wrd
316423 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress:  87537 [43357]
              Meiyan:  86900 [43581]
             Yorikke:  83906 [43161]
           Yoshimura:  85387 [43256]
          Yoshimitsu:  86927 [43161]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD:  84907 [43154]
              FNV-1a:  97634 [43490]
              Larson:  94391 [43654]
              CRC-32:  96486 [43478]
             Murmur2:  94975 [43072]
             Murmur3:  97717 [43600]
           XXHfast32: 101965 [43243]
         XXHstrong32: 104116 [43132]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I "Word-list_00,584,879_Russian_Spell-Check_Unknown-Quality.slv"
584879 lines read
2097152 elements in the table (21 bits)
           Jesteress: 185028 [75404]
              Meiyan: 186430 [75377]
             Yorikke: 182219 [74661]
           Yoshimura: 183194 [74718]
          Yoshimitsu: 187853 [74661]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 184053 [74661]
              FNV-1a: 213275 [74184]
              Larson: 186589 [74389]
              CRC-32: 207731 [74307]
             Murmur2: 206086 [74234]
             Murmur3: 205561 [74612]
           XXHfast32: 222088 [74572]
         XXHstrong32: 225351 [74603]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I "Sentence-list_00,032,359_English_The_Holy_Bible.txt"
32359 lines read
65536 elements in the table (16 bits)
           Jesteress: 12278 [ 6883]
              Meiyan: 12354 [ 6897]
             Yorikke: 11006 [ 6872]
           Yoshimura:  9874 [ 6908]
          Yoshimitsu: 11472 [ 6937]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 11141 [ 6843]
              FNV-1a: 39459 [ 6840]
              Larson: 39537 [ 6889]
              CRC-32: 34087 [ 6891]
             Murmur2: 17701 [ 6786]
             Murmur3: 19616 [ 6850]
           XXHfast32: 10451 [ 6859]
         XXHstrong32: 12687 [ 6887]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I KT1million.txt
1000000 lines read
2097152 elements in the table (21 bits)
           Jesteress:  660178 [205069]
              Meiyan:  659993 [205069]
             Yorikke:  612629 [204390]
           Yoshimura:  643650 [204625]
          Yoshimitsu:  607810 [204576]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD:  630081 [204315]
              FNV-1a: 2035632 [553555]
              Larson: 6044004 [934464]
              CRC-32: 1327146 [204106]
             Murmur2:  824164 [203798]
             Murmur3:  882044 [204105]
           XXHfast32:  650894 [204659]
         XXHstrong32:  727868 [204421]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I LP3.TXT
3333 lines read
8192 elements in the table (13 bits)
           Jesteress: 499 [  576]
              Meiyan: 519 [  583]
             Yorikke: 462 [  579]
           Yoshimura: 382 [  593]
          Yoshimitsu: 499 [  609]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 494 [  615]
              FNV-1a: 975 [  604]
              Larson: 953 [  581]
              CRC-32: 898 [  613]
             Murmur2: 661 [  600]
             Murmur3: 712 [  583]
           XXHfast32: 508 [  596]
         XXHstrong32: 529 [  571]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I Word-list_12,561,874_wikipedia-en-html.tar.wrd
12561874 lines read
33554432 elements in the table (25 bits)
           Jesteress: 6099742 [2121868]
              Meiyan: 6121323 [2111271]
             Yorikke: 5996789 [2084954]
           Yoshimura: 6023222 [2086155]
          Yoshimitsu: 6106939 [2084954]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 6029975 [2084931]
              FNV-1a: 6547941 [2081195]
              Larson: 6049967 [2080111]
              CRC-32: 6495821 [2075088]
             Murmur2: 6493169 [2081476]
             Murmur3: 6571000 [2082084]
           XXHfast32: 6787475 [2084164]
         XXHstrong32: 6867432 [2084514]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.01bb.txt
81 lines read
256 elements in the table (8 bits)
           Jesteress: 5 [    9]
              Meiyan: 5 [    9]
             Yorikke: 5 [   12]
           Yoshimura: 5 [   12]
          Yoshimitsu: 6 [   12]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 6 [   12]
              FNV-1a: 5 [   11]
              Larson: 4 [    2]
              CRC-32: 5 [   11]
             Murmur2: 5 [   14]
             Murmur3: 6 [    7]
           XXHfast32: 7 [   14]
         XXHstrong32: 7 [   14]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.02bb.txt
1575 lines read
4096 elements in the table (12 bits)
           Jesteress: 111 [  391]
              Meiyan: 104 [  259]
             Yorikke: 104 [  271]
           Yoshimura: 103 [  271]
          Yoshimitsu: 118 [  271]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 112 [  271]
              FNV-1a: 108 [  282]
              Larson:  97 [  253]
              CRC-32: 108 [  236]
             Murmur2: 122 [  247]
             Murmur3: 136 [  273]
           XXHfast32: 156 [  297]
         XXHstrong32: 162 [  297]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.03bb.txt
9986 lines read
32768 elements in the table (15 bits)
           Jesteress:  674 [ 1360]
              Meiyan:  709 [ 1439]
             Yorikke:  677 [ 1318]
           Yoshimura:  695 [ 1318]
          Yoshimitsu:  764 [ 1318]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD:  715 [ 1318]
              FNV-1a:  832 [ 1395]
              Larson:  811 [ 1364]
              CRC-32:  914 [ 1714]
             Murmur2:  863 [ 1380]
             Murmur3:  930 [ 1360]
           XXHfast32: 1039 [ 1397]
         XXHstrong32: 1064 [ 1397]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.04bb.txt
33165 lines read
131072 elements in the table (17 bits)
           Jesteress: 2562 [ 4631]
              Meiyan: 2566 [ 4631]
             Yorikke: 2331 [ 3937]
           Yoshimura: 2413 [ 3937]
          Yoshimitsu: 2632 [ 3937]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 2450 [ 3937]
              FNV-1a: 3577 [ 3979]
              Larson: 3034 [ 3899]
              CRC-32: 3293 [ 4135]
             Murmur2: 3098 [ 3837]
             Murmur3: 3365 [ 3845]
           XXHfast32: 4032 [ 3952]
         XXHstrong32: 4112 [ 3952]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.05bb.txt
78205 lines read
262144 elements in the table (18 bits)
           Jesteress:  6798 [11187]
              Meiyan:  6801 [11187]
             Yorikke:  6159 [10636]
           Yoshimura:  6477 [10636]
          Yoshimitsu:  6865 [10636]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD:  6456 [10636]
              FNV-1a:  9770 [10678]
              Larson:  9895 [10825]
              CRC-32:  9628 [10842]
             Murmur2:  8362 [10649]
             Murmur3: 10010 [10518]
           XXHfast32: 10700 [10483]
         XXHstrong32: 10555 [10483]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.06bb.txt
142365 lines read
524288 elements in the table (19 bits)
           Jesteress: 18133 [19448]
              Meiyan: 20496 [18861]
             Yorikke: 18434 [17816]
           Yoshimura: 18823 [17816]
          Yoshimitsu: 19489 [17816]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 18845 [17816]
              FNV-1a: 26151 [17781]
              Larson: 24976 [17688]
              CRC-32: 25915 [17848]
             Murmur2: 23100 [17633]
             Murmur3: 24090 [17821]
           XXHfast32: 29012 [17670]
         XXHstrong32: 29330 [17670]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.07bb.txt
211652 lines read
524288 elements in the table (19 bits)
           Jesteress: 36364 [39257]
              Meiyan: 40120 [38398]
             Yorikke: 38248 [37823]
           Yoshimura: 38533 [37823]
          Yoshimitsu: 38683 [37823]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 37893 [37823]
              FNV-1a: 52364 [37298]
              Larson: 51681 [37714]
              CRC-32: 52028 [37321]
             Murmur2: 46047 [37627]
             Murmur3: 47583 [37631]
           XXHfast32: 54039 [37534]
         XXHstrong32: 54002 [37534]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.08bb.txt
278395 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 64074 [51565]
              Meiyan: 63110 [51565]
             Yorikke: 58291 [33838]
           Yoshimura: 65054 [33850]
          Yoshimitsu: 60619 [33838]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 59467 [33838]
              FNV-1a: 85397 [33809]
              Larson: 82014 [33913]
              CRC-32: 84042 [34028]
             Murmur2: 75295 [34051]
             Murmur3: 76845 [34004]
           XXHfast32: 77532 [33796]
         XXHstrong32: 78292 [33796]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.09bb.txt
337224 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress:  83042 [66182]
              Meiyan:  83380 [66182]
             Yorikke:  79470 [48801]
           Yoshimura:  86656 [48558]
          Yoshimitsu:  80643 [48801]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD:  79380 [48801]
              FNV-1a: 115921 [48858]
              Larson: 114228 [49052]
              CRC-32: 116016 [48517]
             Murmur2: 101855 [48841]
             Murmur3: 104097 [48797]
           XXHfast32: 106367 [48621]
         XXHstrong32: 112922 [48758]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.10bb.txt
383814 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 101379 [84612]
              Meiyan: 112461 [76863]
             Yorikke:  99034 [62510]
           Yoshimura: 104967 [62297]
          Yoshimitsu:  99793 [62510]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD:  98484 [62510]
              FNV-1a: 144477 [62851]
              Larson: 141790 [62557]
              CRC-32: 142470 [62577]
             Murmur2: 124509 [62557]
             Murmur3: 126540 [62212]
           XXHfast32: 129911 [62230]
         XXHstrong32: 135430 [62268]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.11bb.txt
418451 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 113387 [88420]
              Meiyan: 125721 [82083]
             Yorikke: 115809 [73433]
           Yoshimura: 121722 [73572]
          Yoshimitsu: 117557 [73433]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 114879 [73433]
              FNV-1a: 171661 [73457]
              Larson: 171210 [73608]
              CRC-32: 170209 [73523]
             Murmur2: 145802 [73524]
             Murmur3: 148902 [73515]
           XXHfast32: 148852 [73255]
         XXHstrong32: 154390 [73329]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.12bb.txt
443258 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 126069 [106593]
              Meiyan: 125656 [106593]
             Yorikke: 125610 [81595]
           Yoshimura: 132747 [81647]
          Yoshimitsu: 127560 [81595]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 129446 [81765]
              FNV-1a: 191457 [81923]
              Larson: 190087 [81574]
              CRC-32: 188646 [81889]
             Murmur2: 161249 [81623]
             Murmur3: 163593 [81745]
           XXHfast32: 160971 [81331]
         XXHstrong32: 167431 [81644]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.13bb.txt
460996 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 131587 [106565]
              Meiyan: 131861 [106565]
             Yorikke: 136431 [88333]
           Yoshimura: 142853 [87775]
          Yoshimitsu: 138272 [88333]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 139798 [87917]
              FNV-1a: 209116 [88079]
              Larson: 208263 [87914]
              CRC-32: 208563 [88315]
             Murmur2: 174421 [87982]
             Murmur3: 178281 [87955]
           XXHfast32: 170483 [87607]
         XXHstrong32: 178399 [87976]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.14bb.txt
473724 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 138655 [112340]
              Meiyan: 171959 [104891]
             Yorikke: 144765 [92770]
           Yoshimura: 149572 [92273]
          Yoshimitsu: 146566 [92770]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 147353 [92535]
              FNV-1a: 225508 [92759]
              Larson: 223607 [92421]
              CRC-32: 221749 [92822]
             Murmur2: 183675 [92539]
             Murmur3: 186294 [92394]
           XXHfast32: 178004 [92557]
         XXHstrong32: 186232 [92716]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.15bb.txt
482999 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 141625 [107836]
              Meiyan: 175493 [102413]
             Yorikke: 152255 [95834]
           Yoshimura: 155068 [95714]
          Yoshimitsu: 154219 [95834]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 159750 [95832]
              FNV-1a: 242705 [95739]
              Larson: 240987 [96154]
              CRC-32: 236391 [96147]
             Murmur2: 193721 [96155]
             Murmur3: 197035 [96240]
           XXHfast32: 184955 [95834]
         XXHstrong32: 191449 [96300]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.16bb.txt
489867 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 151871 [116276]
              Meiyan: 151857 [116276]
             Yorikke: 156678 [98591]
           Yoshimura: 179577 [98385]
          Yoshimitsu: 162056 [98457]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 159472 [98657]
              FNV-1a: 257903 [98529]
              Larson: 254964 [98403]
              CRC-32: 248872 [98576]
             Murmur2: 200497 [98328]
             Murmur3: 206742 [98456]
           XXHfast32: 189946 [98364]
         XXHstrong32: 196451 [98497]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.17bb.txt
495017 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 153804 [114065]
              Meiyan: 153906 [114065]
             Yorikke: 160727 [100385]
           Yoshimura: 182862 [100607]
          Yoshimitsu: 180308 [100489]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 164985 [100062]
              FNV-1a: 268691 [100188]
              Larson: 266070 [100300]
              CRC-32: 260190 [100364]
             Murmur2: 208132 [100541]
             Murmur3: 212486 [100218]
           XXHfast32: 200719 [100485]
         XXHstrong32: 214306 [100317]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.18bb.txt
498915 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 156404 [115572]
              Meiyan: 190809 [110194]
             Yorikke: 166007 [101763]
           Yoshimura: 185765 [101844]
          Yoshimitsu: 185718 [102057]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 182371 [101879]
              FNV-1a: 280750 [102199]
              Larson: 278301 [102176]
              CRC-32: 268174 [102377]
             Murmur2: 212090 [101680]
             Murmur3: 225183 [101845]
           XXHfast32: 204030 [101981]
         XXHstrong32: 218161 [102179]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.19bb.txt
501899 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 159026 [110428]
              Meiyan: 196639 [107405]
             Yorikke: 173452 [103325]
           Yoshimura: 191176 [103244]
          Yoshimitsu: 191115 [102652]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 189161 [102965]
              FNV-1a: 296455 [103195]
              Larson: 294768 [103198]
              CRC-32: 282116 [103036]
             Murmur2: 220884 [103031]
             Murmur3: 233989 [102852]
           XXHfast32: 207972 [103032]
         XXHstrong32: 221425 [102896]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.20bb.txt
504217 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 161172 [115506]
              Meiyan: 161663 [115506]
             Yorikke: 173492 [104070]
           Yoshimura: 191931 [104151]
          Yoshimitsu: 191474 [103646]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 175745 [103628]
              FNV-1a: 305018 [103864]
              Larson: 304062 [103821]
              CRC-32: 291488 [103608]
             Murmur2: 230172 [103919]
             Murmur3: 233920 [104087]
           XXHfast32: 210066 [103782]
         XXHstrong32: 223473 [104013]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.21bb.txt
506066 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 163318 [113012]
              Meiyan: 164062 [113012]
             Yorikke: 176658 [104316]
           Yoshimura: 192358 [104623]
          Yoshimitsu: 194369 [104705]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 192559 [104679]
              FNV-1a: 313108 [104835]
              Larson: 311513 [104532]
              CRC-32: 301653 [104742]
             Murmur2: 235547 [104888]
             Murmur3: 240273 [104387]
           XXHfast32: 210428 [104662]
         XXHstrong32: 224504 [104573]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.22bb.txt
507583 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 166682 [114105]
              Meiyan: 205921 [110571]
             Yorikke: 184650 [105351]
           Yoshimura: 195961 [104762]
          Yoshimitsu: 202397 [105729]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 195758 [104978]
              FNV-1a: 328961 [104935]
              Larson: 328365 [105175]
              CRC-32: 311029 [104998]
             Murmur2: 236242 [104749]
             Murmur3: 245762 [105199]
           XXHfast32: 214233 [104940]
         XXHstrong32: 229139 [105016]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.23bb.txt
508877 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 167349 [110050]
              Meiyan: 207525 [108624]
             Yorikke: 187440 [106022]
           Yoshimura: 198855 [106036]
          Yoshimitsu: 204153 [105431]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 199917 [105832]
              FNV-1a: 336048 [105400]
              Larson: 335573 [105396]
              CRC-32: 319559 [105419]
             Murmur2: 242107 [105805]
             Murmur3: 250438 [105502]
           XXHfast32: 216041 [105902]
         XXHstrong32: 229143 [106024]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.24bb.txt
510014 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 168266 [113461]
              Meiyan: 169324 [113461]
             Yorikke: 188888 [106407]
           Yoshimura: 208678 [106092]
          Yoshimitsu: 203283 [105923]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 200920 [106208]
              FNV-1a: 346185 [106203]
              Larson: 346712 [106059]
              CRC-32: 328348 [106558]
             Murmur2: 244831 [106382]
             Murmur3: 253848 [106158]
           XXHfast32: 216613 [106017]
         XXHstrong32: 230960 [106302]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.25bb.txt
510996 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 172669 [112020]
              Meiyan: 173511 [112020]
             Yorikke: 200925 [106324]
           Yoshimura: 212188 [106446]
          Yoshimitsu: 207218 [106773]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 205126 [106416]
              FNV-1a: 360200 [106601]
              Larson: 359532 [106146]
              CRC-32: 338281 [106727]
             Murmur2: 251226 [106283]
             Murmur3: 261043 [106673]
           XXHfast32: 226457 [106431]
         XXHstrong32: 245434 [106816]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.26bb.txt
511873 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 173598 [112029]
              Meiyan: 217533 [110117]
             Yorikke: 203487 [106809]
           Yoshimura: 213089 [107001]
          Yoshimitsu: 211990 [107101]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 207596 [106390]
              FNV-1a: 370280 [106616]
              Larson: 370022 [106834]
              CRC-32: 346640 [107142]
             Murmur2: 252874 [106937]
             Murmur3: 263816 [106915]
           XXHfast32: 228462 [106803]
         XXHstrong32: 246408 [106789]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.27bb.txt
512674 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 176807 [110664]
              Meiyan: 221206 [108734]
             Yorikke: 208243 [107081]
           Yoshimura: 214907 [107166]
          Yoshimitsu: 215742 [107065]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 211483 [107459]
              FNV-1a: 380380 [107304]
              Larson: 378562 [107253]
              CRC-32: 354381 [106804]
             Murmur2: 259651 [107228]
             Murmur3: 270652 [107518]
           XXHfast32: 229246 [107129]
         XXHstrong32: 247913 [107180]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.28bb.txt
513405 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 175816 [111704]
              Meiyan: 177814 [111704]
             Yorikke: 207895 [107525]
           Yoshimura: 215297 [107462]
          Yoshimitsu: 215132 [107441]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 210777 [107536]
              FNV-1a: 388494 [107505]
              Larson: 388573 [107204]
              CRC-32: 361609 [107235]
             Murmur2: 261509 [107103]
             Murmur3: 272911 [107594]
           XXHfast32: 230113 [107423]
         XXHstrong32: 248546 [107503]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.29bb.txt
514083 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 180358 [110581]
              Meiyan: 182232 [110581]
             Yorikke: 212621 [107784]
           Yoshimura: 218391 [107827]
          Yoshimitsu: 218819 [107548]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 216672 [107458]
              FNV-1a: 401997 [107694]
              Larson: 401161 [107831]
              CRC-32: 371794 [107796]
             Murmur2: 269080 [107782]
             Murmur3: 280765 [107727]
           XXHfast32: 232986 [107060]
         XXHstrong32: 250699 [107740]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.30bb.txt
514765 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 183349 [111111]
              Meiyan: 229579 [109944]
             Yorikke: 215865 [108033]
           Yoshimura: 219502 [108131]
          Yoshimitsu: 222663 [108111]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 219585 [107908]
              FNV-1a: 412679 [108377]
              Larson: 413549 [108133]
              CRC-32: 379710 [107596]
             Murmur2: 271034 [108015]
             Murmur3: 283672 [107985]
           XXHfast32: 234314 [108096]
         XXHstrong32: 252193 [107658]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.31bb.txt
515352 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 184448 [110505]
              Meiyan: 231231 [108715]
             Yorikke: 218663 [108335]
           Yoshimura: 219951 [108236]
          Yoshimitsu: 224578 [107736]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 220280 [108361]
              FNV-1a: 417238 [108608]
              Larson: 417215 [108199]
              CRC-32: 387301 [108324]
             Murmur2: 275743 [108399]
             Murmur3: 287720 [108381]
           XXHfast32: 233248 [107998]
         XXHstrong32: 252134 [108267]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.32bb.txt
515858 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 184986 [111346]
              Meiyan: 186648 [111346]
             Yorikke: 216203 [108144]
           Yoshimura: 230350 [108966]
          Yoshimitsu: 223644 [108467]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 220120 [108605]
              FNV-1a: 426309 [108269]
              Larson: 426238 [108719]
              CRC-32: 396697 [107992]
             Murmur2: 278863 [108191]
             Murmur3: 290665 [108233]
           XXHfast32: 235971 [108792]
         XXHstrong32: 253879 [108703]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>hash_I TreeToRip.64bb.txt
520609 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
           Jesteress: 245433 [110190]
              Meiyan: 247636 [110190]
             Yorikke: 278324 [109926]
           Yoshimura: 290826 [109977]
          Yoshimitsu: 276923 [110169]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 287458 [110354]
              FNV-1a: 759015 [109761]
              Larson: 764585 [110226]
              CRC-32: 651704 [110499]
             Murmur2: 390672 [110482]
             Murmur3: 417431 [110343]
           XXHfast32: 299072 [110172]
         XXHstrong32: 338054 [110020]

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1+\DOUBLOON>
As I see things, FNV1A_Yoshimura complements FNV1A_Yorikke, as always more torture is needed.
My targeted and most wanted range of keys is 1..128 where LATENCY rules not BANDWIDTH.


Update: Last night (2013-Mar-05, edited at 16) a most unfriendly torture, so far, named '79' or BINARY_r1dump_YoYoYo_CRC32.zip hash package came out. Press on the picture to download the benchmark.

Yoshimura

For reference: www.sanmayce.com/Fastest_Hash/index.html#TRIADvsCRC

An attempt to juxtapose FNV1A_Yorikke and FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD and the Intel built-in CRC is given below both in textual and graphical form:
Note1: The results are obtained on i7-3930K, 4500MHz, CPU bus: 125MHz, RAM bus: 2400MHz (DDR3, Quad Channel).
Note2: Microsoft v16 compiler was used.
Note3: First number is time, in brackets collisions.
Note4: All 'Night-Light Sky' hash package 38 sub-tests were used i.e. 38 different types of keys.

~3 million IPs (dot format): 
2995394 lines read
8388608 elements in the table (23 bits)
             Yorikke: 1238372 [476699]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 1285032 [476699]
           iSCSI CRC: 1150351 [479542]
3333 Latin Powers: 
3333 lines read
8192 elements in the table (13 bits)
             Yorikke: 466 [  579]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 482 [  615]
           iSCSI CRC: 500 [  594]
100MB as one line (Microsoft_16): 
1 lines read
4 elements in the table (2 bits)
             Yorikke: 129557 [    0]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 128540 [    0]
           iSCSI CRC: 207864 [    0]
5,000,000 Knight Tours: 
5000000 lines read
16777216 elements in the table (24 bits)
             Yorikke: 4458158 [677478]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 4601132 [676878]
           iSCSI CRC: 4695385 [676111]
enwiki's 20,718,196 8bytes long (order 4) HEX BBs: 
20718196 lines read
67108864 elements in the table (26 bits)
             Yorikke: 8808986 [2980029]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 9361807 [2980029]
           iSCSI CRC: 7143019 [3013629]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 1: 
81 lines read
256 elements in the table (8 bits)
             Yorikke: 5 [   12]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 5 [   12]
           iSCSI CRC: 4 [    0]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 2: 
1575 lines read
4096 elements in the table (12 bits)
             Yorikke: 115 [  271]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 120 [  271]
           iSCSI CRC: 101 [  289]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 3: 
9986 lines read
32768 elements in the table (15 bits)
             Yorikke: 847 [ 1318]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 878 [ 1318]
           iSCSI CRC: 774 [ 1476]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 4: 
33165 lines read
131072 elements in the table (17 bits)
             Yorikke: 3341 [ 3937]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 3497 [ 3937]
           iSCSI CRC: 3212 [ 4078]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 5: 
78205 lines read
262144 elements in the table (18 bits)
             Yorikke: 9131 [10636]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 9468 [10636]
           iSCSI CRC: 8694 [10745]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 6: 
142365 lines read
524288 elements in the table (19 bits)
             Yorikke: 17766 [17816]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 18633 [17816]
           iSCSI CRC: 16454 [17643]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 7: 
211652 lines read
524288 elements in the table (19 bits)
             Yorikke: 32123 [37823]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 33208 [37823]
           iSCSI CRC: 29847 [37684]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 8: 
278395 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 45328 [33838]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 49608 [33838]
           iSCSI CRC: 42203 [34034]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 9: 
337224 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 65153 [48801]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 69068 [48801]
           iSCSI CRC: 62578 [49125]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 10: 
383814 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 83422 [62510]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 86229 [62510]
           iSCSI CRC: 80464 [62258]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 11: 
418451 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 104349 [73433]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 106416 [73433]
           iSCSI CRC:  97351 [73705]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 12: 
443258 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 112222 [81595]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 127145 [81765]
           iSCSI CRC: 108535 [81383]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 13: 
460996 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 131190 [88333]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 148895 [87917]
           iSCSI CRC: 122748 [88088]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 14: 
473724 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 151528 [92770]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 159421 [92535]
           iSCSI CRC: 133972 [92174]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 15: 
482999 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 160552 [95834]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 174178 [95832]
           iSCSI CRC: 148266 [96088]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 16: 
489867 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 175229 [98591]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 174904 [98657]
           iSCSI CRC: 155505 [98144]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 17: 
495017 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 172648 [100385]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 186161 [100062]
           iSCSI CRC: 170334 [100435]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 18: 
498915 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 179911 [101763]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 191807 [101879]
           iSCSI CRC: 174525 [102065]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 19: 
501899 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 188780 [103325]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 201367 [102965]
           iSCSI CRC: 182703 [103007]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 20: 
504217 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 190273 [104070]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 200744 [103628]
           iSCSI CRC: 187587 [104112]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 21: 
506066 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 196739 [104316]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 208856 [104679]
           iSCSI CRC: 195118 [104678]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 22: 
507583 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 202304 [105351]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 216023 [104978]
           iSCSI CRC: 197859 [104859]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 23: 
508877 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 210491 [106022]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 227550 [105832]
           iSCSI CRC: 207331 [105659]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 24: 
510014 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 211333 [106407]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 230566 [106208]
           iSCSI CRC: 208658 [105928]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 25: 
510996 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 214700 [106324]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 236008 [106416]
           iSCSI CRC: 218439 [106014]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 26: 
511873 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 219929 [106809]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 241897 [106390]
           iSCSI CRC: 220148 [106719]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 27: 
512674 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 231864 [107081]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 252580 [107459]
           iSCSI CRC: 229759 [107097]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 28: 
513405 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 227824 [107525]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 246079 [107536]
           iSCSI CRC: 229897 [107386]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 29: 
514083 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 236937 [107784]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 260059 [107458]
           iSCSI CRC: 239683 [107226]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 30: 
514765 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 241621 [108033]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 261804 [107908]
           iSCSI CRC: 239854 [108091]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 31: 
515352 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 255610 [108335]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 270565 [108361]
           iSCSI CRC: 247967 [108088]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 32: 
515858 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 252470 [108144]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 268524 [108605]
           iSCSI CRC: 250346 [108197]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 64: 
520609 lines read
1048576 elements in the table (20 bits)
             Yorikke: 343299 [109926]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD: 356380 [110354]
           iSCSI CRC: 368246 [110170]

Note5: Zarathustra's (order 1..32,64) HEX BBs (Building Blocks) i.e. strings 2..64,128 bytes long derived from the file below.

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1\Leprechaun_BBhex_rev15fixfix_subrevA_32bit_64bit>dir
00,522,911 bytes Thus Spake Zarathustra by Friedrich Nietzsche, revision 4.txt
...
00,000,324 bytes TreeToRip.01bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 01: 000,081 keys
00,009,450 bytes TreeToRip.02bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 02: 001,575 keys
00,079,888 bytes TreeToRip.03bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 03: 009,986 keys
00,331,650 bytes TreeToRip.04bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 04: 033,165 keys
00,938,460 bytes TreeToRip.05bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 05: 078,205 keys
01,993,110 bytes TreeToRip.06bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 06: 142,365 keys
03,386,432 bytes TreeToRip.07bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 07: 211,652 keys
05,011,110 bytes TreeToRip.08bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 08: 278,395 keys
06,744,480 bytes TreeToRip.09bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 09: 337,224 keys
08,443,908 bytes TreeToRip.10bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 10: 383,814 keys
10,042,824 bytes TreeToRip.11bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 11: 418,451 keys
11,524,708 bytes TreeToRip.12bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 12: 443,258 keys
12,907,888 bytes TreeToRip.13bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 13: 460,996 keys
14,211,720 bytes TreeToRip.14bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 14: 473,724 keys
15,455,968 bytes TreeToRip.15bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 15: 482,999 keys
16,655,478 bytes TreeToRip.16bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 16: 489,867 keys
17,820,612 bytes TreeToRip.17bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 17: 495,017 keys
18,958,770 bytes TreeToRip.18bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 18: 498,915 keys
20,075,960 bytes TreeToRip.19bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 19: 501,899 keys
21,177,114 bytes TreeToRip.20bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 20: 504,217 keys
22,266,904 bytes TreeToRip.21bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 21: 506,066 keys
23,348,818 bytes TreeToRip.22bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 22: 507,583 keys
24,426,096 bytes TreeToRip.23bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 23: 508,877 keys
25,500,700 bytes TreeToRip.24bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 24: 510,014 keys
26,571,792 bytes TreeToRip.25bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 25: 510,996 keys
27,641,142 bytes TreeToRip.26bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 26: 511,873 keys
28,709,744 bytes TreeToRip.27bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 27: 512,674 keys
29,777,490 bytes TreeToRip.28bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 28: 513,405 keys
30,844,980 bytes TreeToRip.29bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 29: 514,083 keys
31,915,430 bytes TreeToRip.30bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 30: 514,765 keys
32,982,528 bytes TreeToRip.31bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 31: 515,352 keys
34,046,628 bytes TreeToRip.32bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 32: 515,858 keys
67,679,170 bytes TreeToRip.64bb.txt; Zarathustra's BBs order 64: 520,609 keys

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1\Leprechaun_BBhex_rev15fixfix_subrevA_32bit_64bit>type TreeToRip.01bb.txt
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48
31
76
4B
4D
78
21
...
E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1\Leprechaun_BBhex_rev15fixfix_subrevA_32bit_64bit>type TreeToRip.32bb.txt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...
Many thanks go to Fantasy.

And the 'ZARATHUSTRA' SPEED torture in more digestible form:


Best Hash Function

And the 'ZARATHUSTRA' DISPERSION torture in more digestible form:


Best Hash Function


Feedback: 2012-Oct-05, a heart-warming letter from Mr. Norton:

Dear Sanmayce,
I would like to thank You for the intention to share yours amazing real McCoy hash functions!
When you finish the test I hope people to see the "Yorikke" beauty as me.
In our "hostile" 24/7 *nix environment the speed counts and "Yorikke" rocks!
It's a treasure and state of the art work.
Thanks again and all the best!
DN

Touching the heart of things is to be truthful/thankful and vice versa - that is the whole point.
Mr. Norton captured the spirit of FNV1A_Yorikke, to REND the "hostile" waters DANCING.
Ha, it reminds me of one superb movie 'Roadhouse' where the final song goes: 'the night comes falling'.
Some months ago I got emotional and initiated a thread on http://forum.thefreedictionary.com/, a few excerpts:
...
The very core of Faithfulness/Fidelity/Loyalty/Devotion is GRATEFULNESS.
The very core of all evil is UNGRATEFULNESS.
...
As I see things the UNGRATEFULNESS is the very reason for losing the touch/link with Elements/Plants/Animals/Nature or GOD.
I love the (fidelis - faithful; fides - faith) derivatives: 'Hi-Fi' (High-Fidelity meaning nearly-truthful performance), 'Bona Fide' (sincere, genuine), 'CONFIDE' (to trust) and 'Semper Fi(delis)' (Always Faithful).
I am impressed how Faithful and Truthful interact, even though different they form/carry a COMBINED-and-UNDIVIDED notion.
...

The elephant is also known for its fidelity and gratitude.
In any circumstance it will not forget its master.
Even in its last moments, if it hears the voice of its master it will open its eyes and look for him.
It will sacrifice its life for its master.
These are the lessons man should learn from the elephant. Intelligence without gratitude is valueless.
Every man should be grateful to those who have helped him.
/'Significance of the Ganesha Principle: THE ELEPHANT SYMBOL', Sai Baba/

Love every living thing.
While Dharmaja was on his way to heaven, his brothers and wife left their mortal bodies one by one.
But a dog followed him to the end.
As the heavenly messengers invited him first, Dharmaja insisted that the dog be allowed in heaven before him as it accompanied him all the way.
Thus, Dharmaja is one who practiced morality and integrity.
Never betray the trust of people and never cheat anybody who has helped you.
Today's man lacks gratitude. He receives all the favors and does harm in return.
In reciprocation to a favor, gratitude should be in one's blood stream throughout one's life.
/'Memories Of Bhagavan's Childhood', Sai Baba/

But in today's situation, modern studies have brought a decline in human nature.
Gratitude has disappeared. The quality of love is not pure.
Hence the whole country is suffering. In those days, there was a lot of mutual respect.
Once when I was returning from Bukkapatnam, a mother was removing lice from her child's hair.
She was chewing paan and not noticing Me, she spat.
It splashed all over My dress. She felt very sad.
Villagers were full of love and affection. She made Me remove My shirt and herself washed it.
Such was the gratitude shown by villagers. Purity and gratitude should flow in the blood.
There is no atonement for the ungrateful.

/'Memories Of Bhagavan's Childhood', Sai Baba/

Update: Last night (2012-Oct-30) a 'Night-Light Sky' hash package r.1 came out. Press on the picture (Prince Final_Fantasy_Versus_XIII_Noctis_Lucis_Caelum_[Nokutisu_Rushisu_Cheramu]_"Light_of_the_Night_Sky") to download the benchmark.

Noct

For reference: www.sanmayce.com/Fastest_Hash/index.html#NightLightSky

Purpose: It is a 32bit package (all C sources included) testing several top-gun hash functions with 38 different keys/files. The idea is to shed light on how they fare when hash-table lookups are needed.
Execution: Simply run RUNME.BAT either from Windows Explorer or Command Prompt.
Duration: On Core 2 T7500 2200MHz it took 67 minutes.
Output: The whole output is redirected to Results.txt which is automatically loaded into NOTEPAD when the test is complete.
Optimizer: Intel 12.1 compiler generates faster code than Microsoft 16 (VS2010), see longer keys.
Hardware: It is not a surprise that AMD and Intel execute even the small etudes with significant speed-performance margins, e.g. AMD favors YoshimitsuTRIAD before Yorikke, who knows why?
Bottomline: FNV1A_Yorikke is really a gem etude, see further below.

Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1.zip (35,052,723 bytes) contains:
E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1>dir/og/on
 Volume in drive E is SSD_Sanmayce
 Volume Serial Number is 9CF6-FEA3

 Directory of E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1

10/31/2012  03:57 AM    <DIR>          .
10/31/2012  03:57 AM    <DIR>          ..
10/30/2012  08:14 PM    <DIR>          Final_Fantasy_Versus_XIII
10/31/2012  03:58 AM    <DIR>          Leprechaun_BBhex_rev15fixfix_subrevA_32bit_64bit
10/31/2012  02:33 AM    <DIR>          strchr.com
10/31/2012  03:59 AM       104,857,601 100MB_as_one_line.TXT
10/31/2012  03:59 AM             3,263 4bb.BAT
10/31/2012  03:59 AM                21 7z_shrink.bat
10/31/2012  03:59 AM           587,776 7za.exe
10/31/2012  03:59 AM                 2 ENTER
10/31/2012  03:59 AM        12,761,480 enwiki-20120403-pages-articles.xml.sorted.4BB.txt.7z
10/31/2012  03:59 AM           208,515 EVEREST_cachemem_Core 2 Duo T7500.png
10/31/2012  03:59 AM           210,501 EVEREST_cpuid_Core 2 Duo T7500.png
10/31/2012  03:59 AM            88,116 HASH_linearspeed_FURY.c
10/31/2012  03:59 AM         1,416,029 HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_IA-32_12.cod
10/31/2012  03:59 AM           112,640 HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_IA-32_12.exe
10/31/2012  03:59 AM           309,257 HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Microsoft_32bit_16.cod
10/31/2012  03:59 AM            96,256 HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Microsoft_32bit_16.exe
10/31/2012  03:59 AM        42,892,307 IPS.TXT
10/31/2012  03:59 AM               314 KAZE_compile_Intel.bat
10/31/2012  03:59 AM               329 KAZE_compile_Microsoft.bat
10/31/2012  03:59 AM            24,490 Knight-tour_r8dump.c
10/31/2012  03:59 AM            73,728 Knight-tour_r8dump_Microsoft_V16_32bit_Ox.exe
10/31/2012  03:59 AM           110,592 Leprechaun_BB004hex_32bit.exe
10/31/2012  03:59 AM         5,438,551 Leprechaun_BBhex_rev15fixfix_subrevA_32bit_64bit.zip
10/31/2012  03:59 AM            57,527 Linereporter_r1+FIX.zip
10/31/2012  03:59 AM            98,848 LP3.TXT
10/31/2012  03:59 AM           114,089 Results_Core 2 Duo T7500.txt
10/31/2012  03:59 AM             7,900 RUNME.BAT
10/31/2012  03:59 AM             1,590 Yorikke prompt.lnk
              25 File(s)    169,471,722 bytes
               5 Dir(s)  11,746,996,224 bytes free

E:\Night_Light_Sky_hash_package_r1>
The resultant file on Fantasy's Black-and-Red Rig: Results_Fantasy's_Black_and_Red_Rig.txt (118 KB).
The resultant file on Mr.Eiht's Rig (i7 3930K 3.2GHz 8x4GB @1337MHz): Results_Redemption.txt (118 KB).
The resultant file on my Bonboniera laptop: Results_Core_2_Duo_T7500.txt (111 KB).

All the 39 tests, the essence (first number is time, in brackets collisions):
~3 million IPs (dot format): 
             Yorikke:    1929823 [476699]
              CRC-32:    2243287 [472854]
3333 Latin Powers: 
           Jesteress:        764 [  576]
             Yorikke:        779 [  579]
         XXHstrong32:        868 [  571]
100MB as one line (Microsoft_16): 
             Yorikke:     177748 [    0]
           XXHfast32:     169328 [    0]
100MB as one line (Intel_12.1): 
             Yorikke:     110066 [    0]
          Yoshimitsu:     102759 [    0]
5,000,000 Knight Tours: 
             Yorikke:    5756076 [677478]
          Yoshimitsu:    5792165 [675312]
enwiki's 20,718,196 8bytes long (order 4) HEX BBs: 
             Yorikke:   12526678 [2980029]
              Larson:    7445145 [2808080]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 1: 
             Yorikke:          7 [   12]
              Larson:          6 [    2]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 2: 
              Meiyan:        142 [  259]
             Yorikke:        151 [  271]
              CRC-32:        159 [  236]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 3: 
           Jesteress:       1038 [ 1360]
             Yorikke:       1106 [ 1318]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 4: 
           Jesteress:       3566 [ 4631]
             Yorikke:       3674 [ 3937]
             Murmur2:       4399 [ 3837]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 5: 
           Jesteress:       9831 [11187]
             Yorikke:      10252 [10636]
         XXHstrong32:      13840 [10483]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 6: 
           Jesteress:      29090 [19448]
             Yorikke:      33936 [17816]
             Murmur2:      39260 [17633]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 7: 
           Jesteress:      62009 [39257]
             Yorikke:      72354 [37823]
              FNV-1a:      87332 [37298]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 8: 
              Meiyan:     112677 [51565]
             Yorikke:     119871 [33838]
         XXHstrong32:     137969 [33796]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 9: 
              Meiyan:     154164 [66182]
             Yorikke:     167979 [48801]
              CRC-32:     194730 [48517]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 10: 
           Jesteress:     183935 [84612]
             Yorikke:     206103 [62510]
             Murmur3:     222766 [62212]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 11: 
           Jesteress:     202625 [88420]
             Yorikke:     237460 [73433]
           XXHfast32:     259755 [73255]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 12: 
              Meiyan:     226592 [106593]
             Yorikke:     261011 [81595]
           XXHfast32:     285122 [81331]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 13: 
           Jesteress:     236068 [106565]
             Yorikke:     282264 [88333]
           XXHfast32:     304434 [87607]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 14: 
           Jesteress:     247478 [112340]
             Yorikke:     299452 [92770]
             Murmur3:     324331 [92394]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 15: 
           Jesteress:     253684 [107836]
             Yorikke:     316418 [95834]
              FNV-1a:     393621 [95739]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 16: 
           Jesteress:     262287 [116276]
             Yorikke:     323860 [98591]
             Murmur2:     350863 [98328]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 17: 
           Jesteress:     269008 [114065]
             Yorikke:     338088 [100385]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD:     341565 [100062]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 18: 
           Jesteress:     276992 [115572]
             Yorikke:     345724 [101763]
             Murmur2:     369852 [101680]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 19: 
           Jesteress:     280495 [110428]
             Yorikke:     357741 [103325]
          Yoshimitsu:     357932 [102652]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 20: 
              Meiyan:     282241 [115506]
             Yorikke:     356700 [104070]
              CRC-32:     453849 [103608]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 21: 
           Jesteress:     286074 [113012]
             Yorikke:     363999 [104316]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 22: 
           Jesteress:     288424 [114105]
             Yorikke:     368120 [105351]
             Murmur2:     407732 [104749]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 23: 
           Jesteress:     291246 [110050]
             Yorikke:     375459 [106022]
              Larson:     511592 [105396]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 24: 
              Meiyan:     290199 [113461]
             Yorikke:     370664 [106407]
          Yoshimitsu:     377295 [105923]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 25: 
           Jesteress:     295450 [112020]
             Yorikke:     376854 [106324]
              Larson:     529622 [106146]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 26: 
           Jesteress:     296614 [112029]
             Yorikke:     379799 [106809]
     YoshimitsuTRIAD:     386801 [106390]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 27: 
           Jesteress:     303360 [110664]
             Yorikke:     389356 [107081]
              CRC-32:     529007 [106804]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 28: 
              Meiyan:     305208 [111704]
             Yorikke:     395415 [107525]
             Murmur2:     443726 [107103]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 29: 
              Meiyan:     311679 [110581]
             Yorikke:     401127 [107784]
           XXHfast32:     414682 [107060]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 30: 
           Jesteress:     311361 [111111]
             Yorikke:     402086 [108033]
              CRC-32:     555274 [107596]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 31: 
           Jesteress:     318056 [110505]
             Yorikke:     409991 [108335]
          Yoshimitsu:     414714 [107736]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 32: 
           Jesteress:     324663 [111346]
             Yorikke:     414944 [108144]
              CRC-32:     586168 [107992]
Zarathustra's BBs orders 64: 
              Meiyan:     417768 [110190]
             Yorikke:     523365 [109926]
              FNV-1a:     962254 [109761]
Okay, for above 39 tests a dummy ranklist follows:
Top speed hashers, # of 1st places:
[
              Larson:
              Larson:
              Meiyan:
              Meiyan:
              Meiyan:
              Meiyan:
              Meiyan:
              Meiyan:
              Meiyan:
              Meiyan:
              Meiyan:
             Yorikke:
             Yorikke:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           Jesteress:
           XXHfast32:
          Yoshimitsu:
]

Top dispersers, # of 1st places:
[
              CRC-32:
              CRC-32:
              CRC-32:
              CRC-32:
              CRC-32:
              CRC-32:
              CRC-32:
              FNV-1a:
              FNV-1a:
              FNV-1a:
              Larson:
              Larson:
              Larson:
              Larson:
             Murmur2:
             Murmur2:
             Murmur2:
             Murmur2:
             Murmur2:
             Murmur2:
             Murmur3:
             Murmur3:
             Yorikke:
             Yorikke:
           XXHfast32:
           XXHfast32:
           XXHfast32:
           XXHfast32:
          Yoshimitsu:
          Yoshimitsu:
          Yoshimitsu:
          Yoshimitsu:
         XXHstrong32:
         XXHstrong32:
         XXHstrong32:
     YoshimitsuTRIAD:
     YoshimitsuTRIAD:
]
Some notes on hashing short (<=128) strings, here it is 'Tiny Hash Booklet' rev.1:

Yoshi

Well, in my view FNV1A_Jesteress and FNV1A_Yorikke are fastest and best regardless of some dispersion "problems" when number of keys is not >> than number of slots.

Update: Last night (2012-Oct-29) my wish to see how an unrolled main loop (using 3 hash lines) would behave resulted in r.1 of 'YoshimitsuTRIAD'. Press on the picture to download the benchmark.

Yoshi

Revision 4 of HASH_linearspeed_YoshimitsuTRIAD_vs_CRC32_FURY.zip (670,475 bytes) includes:
E:\HASH_linearspeed_YoshimitsuTRIAD_vs_CRC32_FURY>dir

10/29/2012  06:47 AM           208,515 cachemem_Core 2 Duo T7500.png
10/29/2012  06:47 AM           210,501 cpuid_Core 2 Duo T7500.png
10/29/2012  06:47 AM            88,116 HASH_linearspeed_FURY.c
10/29/2012  06:47 AM         1,416,029 HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_IA-32_12.cod
10/29/2012  06:47 AM           112,640 HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Intel_IA-32_12.exe
10/29/2012  06:47 AM           309,257 HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Microsoft_32bit_16.cod
10/29/2012  06:47 AM            96,256 HASH_linearspeed_FURY_Microsoft_32bit_16.exe
10/29/2012  06:47 AM               314 KAZE_compile_Intel.bat
10/29/2012  06:47 AM               329 KAZE_compile_Microsoft.bat
10/29/2012  06:47 AM               117 RUNME.bat
10/29/2012  06:47 AM             1,590 Yorikke prompt.lnk
For convenience I created 'RUNME.bat' which can be executed directly from Windows Explorer, it takes some 4-10 minutes to complete and loads automatically the results into NOTEPAD, thus the resultant file easily can be shared.

Okay, thanks to tests performed on i7 3930K I was able to see FNV1A_Yoshimitsu's overkill i.e. using four hash lines is not suitable (YET) since the main loop is bigger than 64bytes and the loop counter is not in a register but in stack.

So, bye-bye to the 4 hash lines 4+4bytes each, that is, hashing 32bytes per cycle is slower than hashing 16bytes per cycle (FNV1A_Yorikke).

The obvious gap to be bridged is stride 24, which is 3 hash lines 4+4bytes each, this resulted in FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD.

On my Core 2 FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD is always (blocks >= 16KB) faster than FNV1A_Yorikke both with Intel 12.1 and Microsoft 16 compilers used.

The loop no longer exceeds 64bytes, it is 61bytes (291a-28df+2) and all memory accesses are 6x4bytes.

Interestingly Microsoft 16 generates 59bytes long main loop but the three IMULs are not grouped together (as Intel did), quick-tests confirm that Intel know what they are doing.

The main loop of FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD follows (Intel 12.1, /Ox used):
;;;     for(; wrdlen >= 3*2*sizeof(uint32_t); wrdlen -= 3*2*sizeof(uint32_t), p += 3*2*sizeof(uint32_t)) {

  028d7 83 fa 18         cmp edx, 24                            
  028da 72 43            jb .B4.5 ; Prob 10%                    
                                ; LOE eax edx ecx ebx ebp esi edi
.B4.2:                          ; Preds .B4.1
  028dc 89 34 24         mov DWORD PTR [esp], esi               ;
                                ; LOE eax edx ecx ebx ebp edi
.B4.3:                          ; Preds .B4.2 .B4.3

;;; 		hash32 = (hash32 ^ (_rotl(*(uint32_t *)(p+0),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+4))) * PRIME;        

  028df 8b 31            mov esi, DWORD PTR [ecx]               
  028e1 83 c2 e8         add edx, -24                           
  028e4 c1 c6 05         rol esi, 5                             
  028e7 33 71 04         xor esi, DWORD PTR [4+ecx]             
  028ea 33 de            xor ebx, esi                           

;;; 		hash32B = (hash32B ^ (_rotl(*(uint32_t *)(p+8),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+12))) * PRIME;        

  028ec 8b 71 08         mov esi, DWORD PTR [8+ecx]             
  028ef c1 c6 05         rol esi, 5                             
  028f2 33 71 0c         xor esi, DWORD PTR [12+ecx]            
  028f5 33 fe            xor edi, esi                           

;;; 		hash32C = (hash32C ^ (_rotl(*(uint32_t *)(p+16),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+20))) * PRIME;        

  028f7 8b 71 10         mov esi, DWORD PTR [16+ecx]            
  028fa c1 c6 05         rol esi, 5                             
  028fd 33 71 14         xor esi, DWORD PTR [20+ecx]            
  02900 83 c1 18         add ecx, 24                            
  02903 33 ee            xor ebp, esi                           
  02905 69 db e7 d3 0a 
        00               imul ebx, ebx, 709607                  
  0290b 69 ff e7 d3 0a 
        00               imul edi, edi, 709607                  
  02911 69 ed e7 d3 0a 
        00               imul ebp, ebp, 709607                  
  02917 83 fa 18         cmp edx, 24                            
  0291a 73 c3            jae .B4.3 ; Prob 82%                   
The result on my laptop:
Fetching/Hashing a 64MB block 1024 times i.e. 64GB ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS: (64MB block); 65536MB fetched in 15351 clocks or 4.269MB per clock
BURST_Read_3DWORDS: (64MB block); 65536MB fetched in 15600 clocks or 4.201MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 16021 clocks or 4.091MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 16442 clocks or 3.986MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 71651 clocks or 0.915MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 10MB block 8*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS: (10MB block); 81920MB fetched in 18907 clocks or 4.333MB per clock
BURST_Read_3DWORDS: (10MB block); 81920MB fetched in 18767 clocks or 4.365MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD: (10MB block); 81920MB hashed in 19812 clocks or 4.135MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (10MB block); 81920MB hashed in 20186 clocks or 4.058MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2: (10MB block); 81920MB hashed in 89685 clocks or 0.913MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 5MB block 8*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS: (5MB block); 40960MB fetched in 8752 clocks or 4.680MB per clock
BURST_Read_3DWORDS: (5MB block); 40960MB fetched in 8876 clocks or 4.615MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD: (5MB block); 40960MB hashed in 9438 clocks or 4.340MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (5MB block); 40960MB hashed in 9563 clocks or 4.283MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2: (5MB block); 40960MB hashed in 44507 clocks or 0.920MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 2MB block 32*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS: (2MB block); 65536MB fetched in 9547 clocks or 6.865MB per clock
BURST_Read_3DWORDS: (2MB block); 65536MB fetched in 9688 clocks or 6.765MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD: (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 9750 clocks or 6.722MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 10171 clocks or 6.443MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2: (2MB block); 65536MB hashed in 69217 clocks or 0.947MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 128KB block 512*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS: (128KB block); 65536MB fetched in 9235 clocks or 7.096MB per clock
BURST_Read_3DWORDS: (128KB block); 65536MB fetched in 9594 clocks or 6.831MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD: (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 9687 clocks or 6.765MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 10078 clocks or 6.503MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2: (128KB block); 65536MB hashed in 68967 clocks or 0.950MB per clock

Fetching/Hashing a 16KB block 4*1024*1024 times ...
BURST_Read_4DWORDS: (16KB block); 65536MB fetched in 7878 clocks or 8.319MB per clock
BURST_Read_3DWORDS: (16KB block); 65536MB fetched in 7862 clocks or 8.336MB per clock
FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 9048 clocks or 7.243MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 9626 clocks or 6.808MB per clock
CRC32_SlicingBy8K2: (16KB block); 65536MB hashed in 69779 clocks or 0.939MB per clock
As you can see there is a tiny function 'BURST_Read_3DWORDS' with following code:
.B3.3:                          ; Preds .B3.3 .B3.2
  028db 83 c6 f4         add esi, -12                           

;;;         hash32 = *(uint32_t *)(p+0);

  028de 8b 07            mov eax, DWORD PTR [edi]               

;;;         hash32B = *(uint32_t *)(p+4);

  028e0 8b 4f 04         mov ecx, DWORD PTR [4+edi]             

;;;         hash32C = *(uint32_t *)(p+8);

  028e3 8b 57 08         mov edx, DWORD PTR [8+edi]             
  028e6 83 c7 0c         add edi, 12                            
  028e9 83 fe 0c         cmp esi, 12                            
  028ec 73 ed            jae .B3.3 ; Prob 82%                   
This mini burst loader reads 3x4bytes per cycle, it gives some clue what are the upper limits for hasher with similar stride.

For Core 2:
16KB block gives L1 (32KB) speed, 128KB block gives L2 (2+MB) speed, 2MB block gives L2 (2+MB) speed.
For i7:
16KB block gives L1 (32KB) speed, 128KB block gives L2 (256KB) speed, 2MB block gives L3 (2+MB) speed.

As far as I can see there is no faster 32bit linear hasher than FNV1A_YoshimitsuTRIAD.

Update: Last night (2012-Oct-23) my wish to see how an unrolled main loop (using four hash lines) would behave resulted in r.1 of 'Yoshimitsu'. Press on the picture to download the benchmark.

Yorikke Yoshimitsu - "the dancer on the water"
#define _rotl_KAZE(x, n) (((x) << (n)) | ((x) >> (32-(n))))
//E:\Knight-tour_r8dump_Yorikke_CRC8_BRUTUS+\HASH_linearspeed_Yorikke_vs_CRC32_FURY>HASH_linearspeed_FURY.exe
//HASH_linearspeed_FURY: FNV1A_Yorikke vs CRC32_8slice, rev.3 written by Kaze.
//Note1: The size-and-speed of L1/L2/L3 cache affects FNV1A_Yorikke and mostly FNV1A_Yoshimitsu a lot!
//Note2: Executable was compiled with Microsoft 32bit VS2010 /Ox.
//Note3: Results on my laptop:
//
//OS: Windows XP 32bit
//Motherboard Name: Toshiba Satellite L305
//CPU Type: Mobile DualCore Intel Core 2 Duo T7500
//CPU Alias: Merom
//CPU Clock: 2194.7 MHz (original: 2200 MHz)
//CPU Multiplier: 11x
//CPU FSB: 199.5 MHz (original: 200 MHz)
//Memory Bus: 332.5 MHz
//L1 Code Cache: 32 KB per core
//L1 Data Cache: 32 KB per core
//L2 Cache: 4 MB (On-Die, ECC, ASC, Full-Speed)
//Memory Timings: 5-5-5-13 (CL-RCD-RP-RAS)
//Instruction Set: x86, x86-64, MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3
//Transistors: 291 million
//Process Technology: 8M, 65 nm, CMOS, Cu, Low-K Inter-Layer, 2nd Gen Strained Si
//Front Side Bus Properties:
//   Bus Type: Intel AGTL+
//   Bus Width: 64-bit
//   Real Clock: 200 MHz (QDR)
//   Effective Clock: 800 MHz
//   Bandwidth: 6400 MB/s
//Memory Bus Properties:
//   Bus Type: Dual DDR2 SDRAM
//   Bus Width: 128-bit
//   DRAM:FSB Ratio: 10:6
//   Real Clock: 333 MHz (DDR)
//   Effective Clock: 667 MHz
//   Bandwidth: 10667 MB/s
//
//And the results:
//
//Hashing a 64MB block 1024 times i.e. 64GB ...
//FNV1A_Yoshimitsu: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 16875 clocks or 3.884MB per clock
//FNV1A_Yorikke: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 16782 clocks or 3.905MB per clock
//CRC_SlicingBy8K2: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 66390 clocks or 0.987MB per clock
//
//Hashing a 10MB block 8*1024 times ...
//FNV1A_Yoshimitsu: (10MB block); 81920MB hashed in 20610 clocks or 3.975MB per clock
//FNV1A_Yorikke: (10MB block); 81920MB hashed in 20546 clocks or 3.987MB per clock
//CRC_SlicingBy8K2: (10MB block); 81920MB hashed in 82938 clocks or 0.988MB per clock
//
//Hashing a 5MB block 8*1024 times ...
//FNV1A_Yoshimitsu: (5MB block); 40960MB hashed in 9562 clocks or 4.284MB per clock
//FNV1A_Yorikke: (5MB block); 40960MB hashed in 9531 clocks or 4.298MB per clock
//CRC_SlicingBy8K2: (5MB block); 40960MB hashed in 41110 clocks or 0.996MB per clock
//
//Hashing a 2MB block 8*1024 times ...
//FNV1A_Yoshimitsu: (2MB block); 16384MB hashed in 2578 clocks or 6.355MB per clock
//FNV1A_Yorikke: (2MB block); 16384MB hashed in 2657 clocks or 6.166MB per clock
//CRC_SlicingBy8K2: (2MB block); 16384MB hashed in 16156 clocks or 1.014MB per clock
//
//Hashing a 16KB block 1024*1024 times ...
//FNV1A_Yoshimitsu: (16KB block); 16384MB hashed in 2437 clocks or 6.723MB per clock
//FNV1A_Yorikke: (16KB block); 16384MB hashed in 2547 clocks or 6.433MB per clock
//CRC_SlicingBy8K2: (16KB block); 16384MB hashed in 16078 clocks or 1.019MB per clock
//
//Yoshimitsu is beyond hope - he fights as a true underdog - nothing to lose everything to gain, sharing with those in need - a true copylefter.
uint32_t FNV1A_Hash_Yoshimitsu(const char *str, uint32_t wrdlen)
{
    const uint32_t PRIME = 709607;
    uint32_t hash32 = 2166136261;
    uint32_t hash32B = 2166136261;
    uint32_t hash32C = 2166136261;
    uint32_t hash32D = 2166136261;
    const char *p = str;

    for(; wrdlen >= 4*2*sizeof(uint32_t); wrdlen -= 4*2*sizeof(uint32_t), p += 4*2*sizeof(uint32_t)) {
        //hash32 = (hash32 ^ (_rotl_KAZE(*(DWORD *)(p+0),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+4))) * PRIME;        
        //hash32B = (hash32B ^ (_rotl_KAZE(*(DWORD *)(p+8),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+12))) * PRIME;        
//        hash32 = _rotl_KAZE( (hash32 ^ (_rotl_KAZE(*(DWORD *)(p+0),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+4))) , 19); // 1<<19 = 524288 ~ 709607; * -> <<'s
//        hash32B = _rotl_KAZE( (hash32B ^ (_rotl_KAZE(*(DWORD *)(p+8),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+12))) , 19); 
/*
$LL7@FNV1A_Hash@2:
; Line 159
	mov	ebx, DWORD PTR [eax]
	rol	ebx, 5
	xor	ebx, DWORD PTR [eax+4]
	sub	edx, 16
	xor	esi, ebx
; Line 160
	mov	ebx, DWORD PTR [eax+8]
	ror	esi, 13
	rol	ebx, 5
	xor	ebx, DWORD PTR [eax+12]
	add	eax, 16
	xor	ecx, ebx
	ror	ecx, 13
	dec	edi
	jne	SHORT $LL7@FNV1A_Hash@2
*/

		//3*2*sizeof(DWORD)
		//hash32 = ( (hash32 ^ (_rotl(*(DWORD *)(p+0),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+4))) * PRIME ) ^ ( *(DWORD *)(p+8) * PRIME );
		//hash32B = ( (hash32B ^ (_rotl(*(DWORD *)(p+12),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+16))) * PRIME ) ^ ( *(DWORD *)(p+20) * PRIME );

		//4*2*sizeof(DWORD)
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ (_rotl(*(uint32_t *)(p+0),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+4))) * PRIME;        
		hash32B = (hash32B ^ (_rotl(*(uint32_t *)(p+8),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+12))) * PRIME;        
		hash32C = (hash32C ^ (_rotl(*(uint32_t *)(p+16),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+20))) * PRIME;        
		hash32D = (hash32D ^ (_rotl(*(uint32_t *)(p+24),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+28))) * PRIME;        
// 442-3f5+2= 79 bytes, CARAMBA: there is no free register to house the counter: 'dec DWORD PTR tv170[esp+12]' instead of 'dec edi' as in "ROL 13" lines below.
/*
$LL9@Hash_Yoshi:
; 1498 : 		hash32 = (hash32 ^ (_rotl(*(DWORD *)(p+0),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+4))) * PRIME;        

  003f5	8b 18		 mov	 ebx, DWORD PTR [eax]
  003f7	c1 c3 05	 rol	 ebx, 5
  003fa	33 58 04	 xor	 ebx, DWORD PTR [eax+4]
  003fd	83 ea 20	 sub	 edx, 32
  00400	33 f3		 xor	 esi, ebx

; 1499 : 		hash32B = (hash32B ^ (_rotl(*(DWORD *)(p+8),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+12))) * PRIME;        

  00402	8b 58 08	 mov	 ebx, DWORD PTR [eax+8]
  00405	69 f6 e7 d3 0a
	00		 imul	 esi, 709607
  0040b	c1 c3 05	 rol	 ebx, 5
  0040e	33 58 0c	 xor	 ebx, DWORD PTR [eax+12]
  00411	83 c0 20	 add	 eax, 32
  00414	33 cb		 xor	 ecx, ebx

; 1500 : 		hash32C = (hash32C ^ (_rotl(*(DWORD *)(p+16),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+20))) * PRIME;        

  00416	8b 58 f0	 mov	 ebx, DWORD PTR [eax-16]
  00419	69 c9 e7 d3 0a
	00		 imul	 ecx, 709607
  0041f	c1 c3 05	 rol	 ebx, 5
  00422	33 58 f4	 xor	 ebx, DWORD PTR [eax-12]
  00425	33 fb		 xor	 edi, ebx

; 1501 : 		hash32D = (hash32D ^ (_rotl(*(DWORD *)(p+24),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+28))) * PRIME;        

  00427	8b 58 f8	 mov	 ebx, DWORD PTR [eax-8]
  0042a	69 ff e7 d3 0a
	00		 imul	 edi, 709607
  00430	c1 c3 05	 rol	 ebx, 5
  00433	33 58 fc	 xor	 ebx, DWORD PTR [eax-4]
  00436	33 eb		 xor	 ebp, ebx
  00438	69 ed e7 d3 0a
	00		 imul	 ebp, 709607
  0043e	ff 4c 24 18	 dec	 DWORD PTR tv170[esp+12]
  00442	75 b1		 jne	 SHORT $LL9@Hash_Yoshi
*/
/*
E:\_KAZE_hash_Yoshimitsu>hash KT5million.txt
5000000 lines read
16777216 elements in the table (24 bits)
           Jesteress:    5927892   5892203   5891877   5885865   5895333   5892451   5886949   5891559   5895370   5888990|   5885865 [676877]
              Meiyan:    5850738   5855457   5847735   5849722   5847868   5845189   5850087   5846843   5847820   5845907|   5845189 [676877]
             Yorikke:    5680415   5679205   5684177   5680280   5686396   5680565   5681035   5679829   5682245   5681052|   5679205 [677478]
          Yoshimitsu:    5680400   5680252   5684833   5688414   5680524   5678596   5677554   5678393   5680015   5680396|   5677554 [675312]
        x17 unrolled: ^C
E:\_KAZE_hash_Yoshimitsu>hash KTR5million.txt
5000000 lines read
16777216 elements in the table (24 bits)
           Jesteress:    5772704   5742091   5736934   5738746   5742657   5741104   5741102   5737908   5738002   5742116|   5736934 [676000]
              Meiyan:    5700057   5695889   5700702   5694799   5699576   5697662   5693863   5697606   5696133   5695485|   5693863 [676000]
             Yorikke:    5523796   5527643   5528195   5530897   5523567   5526035   5521989   5527258   5531218   5524544|   5521989 [676570]
          Yoshimitsu:    5520833   5521105   5518502   5517657   5519659   5520483   5517938   5521405   5519923   5518780|   5517657 [676009]
        x17 unrolled: ^C
E:\_KAZE_hash_Yoshimitsu>hash "Word-list_12,561,874_wikipedia-en-html.tar.wrd"
12561874 lines read
33554432 elements in the table (25 bits)
           Jesteress:   10749318  10649149  10646657  10635909  10657954  10645701  10656154  10656770  10672870  10637745|  10635909 [2121868]
              Meiyan:   10632817  10635278  10610784  10636058  10615126  10637501  10633724  10638480  10633424  10632864|  10610784 [2111271]
             Yorikke:   10656032  10672142  10673068  10673462  10671225  10673482  10670054  10672436  10677540  10670661|  10656032 [2084954]
          Yoshimitsu:   10828843  10846370  10843574  10808386  10809707  10807612  10810108  10794792  10808601  10808285|  10794792 [2084954]
        x17 unrolled: ^C
E:\_KAZE_hash_Yoshimitsu>hash 100MB_as_one_line.TXT
1 lines read
4 elements in the table (2 bits)
           Jesteress:     204418    204277    204025    203698    203971    204613    204024    204038    204817    203649    203986    204830    20
3903    204275    203998    203979    206157    203964    204222    204992    203941    204735    203936    203846    204139    204006    204257
204852    204054    204637    204754    203782    204939    203756    204229    203863    203781    204314    203805    204040|    203649 [    0]
              Meiyan:     207161    203931    204162    204427    204259    204067    204779    203789    204676    204227    204166    204609    20
3947    204061    204948    204129    205497    203990    204197    204580    204167    204019    207285    203850    204626    204024    204115
203722    204069    203956    204686    203754    204179    204763    204100    204783    204213    205179    203876    203880|    203722 [    0]
             Yorikke:     182415    182293    181865    182346    185258    181676    182305    181862    182163    181989    181598    181416    18
2537    182109    181896    181729    182853    181463    183008    181789    181859    182113    182420    181404    182609    182124    181972
181936    184815    181467    182594    182138    182085    181910    181963    181442    182487    183794    181833    182204|    181404 [    0]
          Yoshimitsu:     180939    179829    181113    180314    180039    180551    179739    180056    180797    180264    180280    180123    18
3607    180034    180784    180136    180662    180274    180357    180014    180351    180705    180533    180294    180898    180164    180208
180767    179852    180580    180098    180465    180397    180738    180057    180502    216061    180029    180124    180669|    179739 [    0]
        x17 unrolled:     957197^C
E:\_KAZE_hash_Yoshimitsu>
*/

		//hash32 = ( ( ( (hash32 ^ (_rotl(*(DWORD *)(p+0),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+4))) * ((1<<13)-1)) ^ (_rotl(*(DWORD *)(p+8),5)^*(DWORD *)(p+12)) ) * ((1<<13)-1));
		//hash32B = ( ( ( (hash32B ^ (_rotl(*(DWORD *)(p+16),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+20))) * ((1<<13)-1)) ^ (_rotl(*(DWORD *)(p+24),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+28)) ) * ((1<<13)-1)); // ((1<<13)-1)=8191 prime

		//hash32 = _rotl( ( _rotl( (hash32 ^ (_rotl(*(DWORD *)(p+0),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+4))) , 13) ^ (_rotl(*(DWORD *)(p+8),5)^*(DWORD *)(p+12)) ) , 13);
		//hash32B = _rotl( ( _rotl( (hash32B ^ (_rotl(*(DWORD *)(p+16),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+20))) , 13) ^ (_rotl(*(DWORD *)(p+24),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+28)) ) , 13);
// !!! 62e-5f0+2= 64 bytes !!!
/*
$LL8@Hash_Yoshi:
; 1384 : 		hash32 = _rotl( ( _rotl( (hash32 ^ (_rotl(*(DWORD *)(p+0),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+4))) , 13) ^ (_rotl(*(DWORD *)(p+8),5)^*(DWORD *)(p+12)) ) , 13);

  005f0	8b 18		 mov	 ebx, DWORD PTR [eax]
  005f2	c1 c3 05	 rol	 ebx, 5
  005f5	33 58 04	 xor	 ebx, DWORD PTR [eax+4]
  005f8	83 ea 20	 sub	 edx, 32
  005fb	33 de		 xor	 ebx, esi
  005fd	8b 70 08	 mov	 esi, DWORD PTR [eax+8]
  00600	c1 c3 0d	 rol	 ebx, 13
  00603	c1 c6 05	 rol	 esi, 5
  00606	33 f3		 xor	 esi, ebx
  00608	33 70 0c	 xor	 esi, DWORD PTR [eax+12]

; 1385 : 		hash32B = _rotl( ( _rotl( (hash32B ^ (_rotl(*(DWORD *)(p+16),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+20))) , 13) ^ (_rotl(*(DWORD *)(p+24),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+28)) ) , 13);

  0060b	8b 58 10	 mov	 ebx, DWORD PTR [eax+16]
  0060e	c1 c6 0d	 rol	 esi, 13
  00611	c1 c3 05	 rol	 ebx, 5
  00614	33 58 14	 xor	 ebx, DWORD PTR [eax+20]
  00617	83 c0 20	 add	 eax, 32
  0061a	33 d9		 xor	 ebx, ecx
  0061c	8b 48 f8	 mov	 ecx, DWORD PTR [eax-8]
  0061f	c1 c3 0d	 rol	 ebx, 13
  00622	c1 c1 05	 rol	 ecx, 5
  00625	33 cb		 xor	 ecx, ebx
  00627	33 48 fc	 xor	 ecx, DWORD PTR [eax-4]
  0062a	c1 c1 0d	 rol	 ecx, 13
  0062d	4f		 dec	 edi
  0062e	75 c0		 jne	 SHORT $LL8@Hash_Yoshi
  00630	5b		 pop	 ebx
$LN6@Hash_Yoshi:
*/
    }
	if (p != str) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ _rotl(hash32C,5) ) * PRIME;
		hash32B = (hash32B ^ _rotl(hash32D,5) ) * PRIME;
	}

    // 1111=15; 10111=23
    if (wrdlen & 4*sizeof(uint32_t)) {	
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ (_rotl(*(uint32_t *)(p+0),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+4))) * PRIME;        
		hash32B = (hash32B ^ (_rotl(*(uint32_t *)(p+8),5) ^ *(uint32_t *)(p+12))) * PRIME;        
		p += 8*sizeof(uint16_t);
    }
    // Cases: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,...,15
    if (wrdlen & 2*sizeof(uint32_t)) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(uint32_t*)(p+0)) * PRIME;
		hash32B = (hash32B ^ *(uint32_t*)(p+4)) * PRIME;
		p += 4*sizeof(uint16_t);
    }
    // Cases: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7
    if (wrdlen & sizeof(uint32_t)) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(uint16_t*)(p+0)) * PRIME;
		hash32B = (hash32B ^ *(uint16_t*)(p+2)) * PRIME;
		p += 2*sizeof(uint16_t);
    }
    if (wrdlen & sizeof(uint16_t)) {
        hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(uint16_t*)p) * PRIME;
        p += sizeof(uint16_t);
    }
    if (wrdlen & 1) 
        hash32 = (hash32 ^ *p) * PRIME;

    hash32 = (hash32 ^ _rotl(hash32B,5) ) * PRIME;
    return hash32 ^ (hash32 >> 16);
}
Yorikke

There is an ancient saying "Nine out of ten Dao masters are healers.", but here come my two add-ons:
"Ten out of ten Dao masters are alchemists."
"One out of ten Dao masters is a martial artist."
As in case of this "lost soul" Yoshimitsu.


I initiated a thread to compare CRC32 and FNV1A_Yoshimitsu and FNV1A_Yorikke:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1319572/benchmarking-the-fastest-hash-function

Thanks to Fantasy from Overclock.net here come the results on his OCed i7 SB-E machine:

Core i7 3930K 4500 MHz (busspeed: 125 MHz) @ 1.34V, Sandy Bridge-E, 32nm
Cache L1 Data: 32KBytes
Cache L2: 256KBytes
Cache L3: 12MBytes
Corsair Dominators GT 16GB 4GBX4 (quad channel) OCed @ 2400MHz @ 10-12-11-28 @ 1.61V

Sandy_Bridge-E
Hashing a 64MB block 1024 times i.e. 64GB ...
FNV1A_Yoshimitsu: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 6330 clocks or 10.353MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 6004 clocks or 10.915MB per clock
CRC_SlicingBy8K2: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 33915 clocks or 1.932MB per clock

Hashing a 10MB block 8*1024 times ...
FNV1A_Yoshimitsu: (10MB block); 81920MB hashed in 7155 clocks or 11.449MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (10MB block); 81920MB hashed in 6670 clocks or 12.282MB per clock
CRC_SlicingBy8K2: (10MB block); 81920MB hashed in 41800 clocks or 1.960MB per clock

Hashing a 5MB block 8*1024 times ...
FNV1A_Yoshimitsu: (5MB block); 40960MB hashed in 3384 clocks or 12.104MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (5MB block); 40960MB hashed in 3106 clocks or 13.187MB per clock
CRC_SlicingBy8K2: (5MB block); 40960MB hashed in 20724 clocks or 1.976MB per clock

Hashing a 2MB block 8*1024 times ...
FNV1A_Yoshimitsu: (2MB block); 16384MB hashed in 1341 clocks or 12.218MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (2MB block); 16384MB hashed in 1230 clocks or 13.320MB per clock
CRC_SlicingBy8K2: (2MB block); 16384MB hashed in 8279 clocks or 1.979MB per clock

Hashing a 16KB block 1024*1024 times ...
FNV1A_Yoshimitsu: (16KB block); 16384MB hashed in 1323 clocks or 12.384MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (16KB block); 16384MB hashed in 1203 clocks or 13.619MB per clock
CRC_SlicingBy8K2: (16KB block); 16384MB hashed in 8258 clocks or 1.984MB per clock
Again (as Core 2 did): on i7 FNV1A_Yorikke outspeeds CRC32_SlicingBy8 by 400-500%.
It is interesting to see what one energy efficient machine can offer:

Atom
Hashing a 64MB block 1024 times i.e. 64GB ...
FNV1A_Yoshimitsu: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 57359 clocks or 1.143MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 53562 clocks or 1.224MB per clock
CRC_SlicingBy8K2: (64MB block); 65536MB hashed in 263828 clocks or 0.248MB per clock

Hashing a 10MB block 8*1024 times ...
FNV1A_Yoshimitsu: (10MB block); 81920MB hashed in 71719 clocks or 1.142MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (10MB block); 81920MB hashed in 67171 clocks or 1.220MB per clock
CRC_SlicingBy8K2: (10MB block); 81920MB hashed in 329000 clocks or 0.249MB per clock

Hashing a 5MB block 8*1024 times ...
FNV1A_Yoshimitsu: (5MB block); 40960MB hashed in 35907 clocks or 1.141MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (5MB block); 40960MB hashed in 33500 clocks or 1.223MB per clock
CRC_SlicingBy8K2: (5MB block); 40960MB hashed in 164594 clocks or 0.249MB per clock

Hashing a 2MB block 8*1024 times ...
FNV1A_Yoshimitsu: (2MB block); 16384MB hashed in 14344 clocks or 1.142MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (2MB block); 16384MB hashed in 13469 clocks or 1.216MB per clock
CRC_SlicingBy8K2: (2MB block); 16384MB hashed in 65859 clocks or 0.249MB per clock

Hashing a 16KB block 1024*1024 times ...
FNV1A_Yoshimitsu: (16KB block); 16384MB hashed in 12766 clocks or 1.283MB per clock
FNV1A_Yorikke: (16KB block); 16384MB hashed in 11719 clocks or 1.398MB per clock
CRC_SlicingBy8K2: (16KB block); 16384MB hashed in 64719 clocks or 0.253MB per clock
First thing that hits me: on Atom FNV1A_Yorikke outspeeds CRC32_SlicingBy8 only by 400%.
Hm, i7 3930K 4.5GHz vs Atom N450 1.6GHz, almost 10:1 for Yo* (8:1 for CRC32) drop in speed performance!

Thanks to Mr.Eiht from Overclock.net here comes a result on his 'Redemption' i7 SB-E machine:
Testing LP3.TXT 98,848 bytes long (one of tests included in '_KAZE_hash_Yorikke.7z' package) on i7 SB-E 3200MHz:
3333 Latin Powers 
3333 lines read
8192 elements in the table (13 bits)
           Jesteress:        430 [  576]
              Meiyan:        441 [  583]
             Yorikke:        424 [  579]
        x17 unrolled:       1112 [  564]
              FNV-1a:        821 [  604]
              Larson:        805 [  581]
              CRC-32:        868 [  613]
             Murmur2:        541 [  600]
                SBox:        759 [  576]
            Murmur2A:        575 [  576]
             Murmur3:        607 [  583]
           XXHfast32:        544 [  596]
         XXHstrong32:        564 [  571]
           iSCSI CRC:        464 [  594]
The 3333 keys in LP3.TXT are in range 7..43 bytes and look like:
thousand
million
billion
trillion
quadrillion
quintillion
sextillion
septillion
octillion
nonillion
decillion
undecillion
dodecillion
tredecillion
quattuordecillion
quindecillion
sexdecillion
septendecillion
octodecillion
novemdecillion
...
domilliaquadringentrequinquagintillion
domilliaquadringenquattuorquinquagintillion
domilliaquadringenquinquinquagintillion
...
tremilliatrecenoctovigintillion
tremilliatrecennovemvigintillion
tremilliatrecentrigintillion
tremilliatrecenuntrigintillion
tremilliatrecendotrigintillion
For these important keys (they resemble 2-grams, 3-grams lengths) FNV1A_Yorikke outspeeds even FNV1A_Jesteress.

Update: Last night (2012-Sep-27) my wish to see how an unrolled main loop (using two hash lines) would behave resulted in r.1 of 'Yorikke' - fastest (up to now) hasheress.

Here is my latest package, in fact P.Kankowski's testbed (an abridged (and in the same time enriched) variant):
http://www.sanmayce.com/Fastest_Hash/_KAZE_hash_Yorikke.7z 99,482,860 bytes

Some heavy tests dumps showing why FNV1A_Yorikke is the "danceress on the water".
See KT_dump (Brutus) for hashing trillions of similar/unique a la Knight-Tours 1Kb sequences here.

Update: Last night (2012-Jun-15) my wish to see how an unrolled main loop would behave resulted in r.2 of 'Tesla' - fastest (up to now) hasher offering 4588 MB/s linear speed (tested on my machine with OSHO.TXT 197MB using m^2's testbed), for full specs of my machine see below but its Memory Burst Read is 5395 MB/s according to Everest benchmarker. Of course checksumming is a far more difficult thing to handle, how well the mix goes is another matter, personally I would use two different check-sum functions (simultaneously of course), when it comes to hash table lookups, though, guess what hasheress I am going to use.

Update: Yesterday (2012-Jun-08) an email came from M.A. (aka m^2) with his speed test (a 30MB string being hashed using Pentium D and gcc compiler) results showing that all FNV1A variants of mine are significantly (up to 80%) slower (regarding bandwidth not latency of the functions) than 'xxHash Fast' written by Y.C. (aka Cyan), its homepage is here. I looked at source and rotation+addition along with 4 bytes stride without using any multiplication is what makes the main loop so fast, a super-light weight main loop as this is second to none speaking of speed (up to now), nevertheless I like 'Jesteress' much more - she has soulful style and already has proven her superb functionality in Leprechaun x-leton distributing evenly-enough hundreds of millions of phrases using many different table sizes: from 2bit to 27bit.

Here is m^2's testbed (an abridged variant):
http://www.sanmayce.com/Fastest_Hash/benchmark-0.11_NOT-ORIGINAL.zip 70,839,867 bytes
By downloading the above test package you can juxtapose your machine and mine.


Sanmayce_TOSHIBA
Test on my machine using m^2's testbed

- The batch file you need to run Windows executables
- Sanmayce's machine
- Microsoft & Intel compilers partial m^2 test

1] The batch file you need to run Windows executables:
RUNME_VS2010x64_Intel12.1x64.BAT

2] Sanmayce's machine:

OS: Windows 7 64bit
Motherboard Name: Toshiba Satellite L305  
CPU Type: Mobile DualCore Intel Core 2 Duo T7500  
CPU Alias: Merom  
CPU Clock: 2194.7 MHz (original: 2200 MHz)  
CPU Multiplier: 11x  
CPU FSB: 199.5 MHz (original: 200 MHz)  
Memory Bus:   332.5 MHz  
L1 Code Cache: 32 KB per core  
L1 Data Cache: 32 KB per core  
L2 Cache: 4 MB (On-Die, ECC, ASC, Full-Speed)  
Memory Timings: 5-5-5-13 (CL-RCD-RP-RAS)  
Instruction Set: x86, x86-64, MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3  
Transistors: 291 million  
Process Technology: 8M, 65 nm, CMOS, Cu, Low-K Inter-Layer, 2nd Gen Strained Si  
Front Side Bus Properties:  
   Bus Type: Intel AGTL+  
   Bus Width: 64-bit  
   Real Clock: 200 MHz (QDR)  
   Effective Clock: 800 MHz  
   Bandwidth: 6400 MB/s  
Memory Bus Properties:  
   Bus Type: Dual DDR2 SDRAM  
   Bus Width: 128-bit  
   DRAM:FSB Ratio: 10:6  
   Real Clock: 333 MHz (DDR)  
   Effective Clock: 667 MHz  
   Bandwidth: 10667 MB/s  

3] Microsoft & Intel compilers partial m^2 test:

D:\benchmark-0.11_NOT-ORIGINAL\src>RUNME_VS2010x64_Intel12.1x64.BAT

D:\benchmark-0.11_NOT-ORIGINAL\src>benchmark_Microsoft_VS2010_Ox.exe CityHash128 CityHash64 SpookyHash fnv1a-jesteressDUAL fnv1a-jesteress fnv1a-mantis fnv1a-meiyan fnv1a-tesla xxhash-fast xxhash-fast256 xxhash-strong xxhash-strong256 -i7 OSHO.TXT
memcpy: 114 ms, 206908949 bytes = 1730 MB/s
Codec                                   version      args
C.Size      (C.Ratio)        C.Speed   D.Speed      C.Eff. D.Eff.
CityHash128                             1.0.3
  206908965 (x 1.000)      4289 MB/s 4289 MB/s      356e15 356e15
CityHash64                              1.0.3
  206908957 (x 1.000)      4198 MB/s 4198 MB/s      348e15 348e15
SpookyHash                              2012-03-30
  206908965 (x 1.000)      4027 MB/s 4027 MB/s      334e15 334e15
fnv1a-jesteressDUAL                     2012-06-09
  206908953 (x 1.000)      3946 MB/s 3946 MB/s      327e15 327e15
fnv1a-jesteress                         2012-06-09
  206908953 (x 1.000)      3288 MB/s 3288 MB/s      273e15 273e15
fnv1a-mantis                            2012-06-09
  206908953 (x 1.000)      2466 MB/s 2466 MB/s      204e15 204e15
fnv1a-meiyan                            2012-06-09
  206908953 (x 1.000)      3288 MB/s 3288 MB/s      273e15 273e15
fnv1a-tesla                             2012-06-09
  206908957 (x 1.000)      4588 MB/s 4588 MB/s      381e15 381e15
xxhash-fast                             r3
  206908953 (x 1.000)      4110 MB/s 4110 MB/s      341e15 341e15
xxhash-fast256                          r3
  206908981 (x 1.000)      4588 MB/s 4588 MB/s      381e15 381e15
xxhash-strong                           r3
  206908953 (x 1.000)      2859 MB/s 2859 MB/s      237e15 237e15
xxhash-strong256                        r3
  206908981 (x 1.000)      3946 MB/s 3946 MB/s      327e15 327e15
Codec                                   version      args
C.Size      (C.Ratio)        C.Speed   D.Speed      C.Eff. D.Eff.
done... (7x1 iteration(s)).

D:\benchmark-0.11_NOT-ORIGINAL\src>benchmark_Intel_12.1_O2.exe CityHash128 CityHash64 SpookyHash fnv1a-jesteressDUAL fnv1a-jesteress fnv1a-mantis fnv1a-meiyan fnv1a-tesla xxhash-fast xxhash-fast256 xxhash-strong xxhash-strong256 -i7 OSHO.TXT
memcpy: 106 ms, 206908949 bytes = 1861 MB/s
Codec                                   version      args
C.Size      (C.Ratio)        C.Speed   D.Speed      C.Eff. D.Eff.
CityHash128                             1.0.3
  206908965 (x 1.000)      3344 MB/s 3402 MB/s      277e15 282e15
CityHash64                              1.0.3
  206908957 (x 1.000)      3344 MB/s 3344 MB/s      277e15 277e15
SpookyHash                              2012-03-30
  206908965 (x 1.000)      4027 MB/s 4027 MB/s      334e15 334e15
fnv1a-jesteressDUAL                     2012-06-09
  206908953 (x 1.000)      3946 MB/s 3946 MB/s      327e15 327e15
fnv1a-jesteress                         2012-06-09
  206908953 (x 1.000)      3344 MB/s 3344 MB/s      277e15 277e15
fnv1a-mantis                            2012-06-09
  206908953 (x 1.000)      2436 MB/s 2436 MB/s      202e15 202e15
fnv1a-meiyan                            2012-06-09
  206908953 (x 1.000)      3344 MB/s 3344 MB/s      277e15 277e15
fnv1a-tesla                             2012-06-09
  206908957 (x 1.000)      4588 MB/s 4484 MB/s      381e15 372e15
xxhash-fast                             r3
  206908953 (x 1.000)      3946 MB/s 3946 MB/s      327e15 327e15
xxhash-fast256                          r3
  206908981 (x 1.000)      4484 MB/s 4484 MB/s      372e15 372e15
xxhash-strong                           r3
  206908953 (x 1.000)      2818 MB/s 2818 MB/s      234e15 234e15
xxhash-strong256                        r3
  206908981 (x 1.000)      3869 MB/s 3869 MB/s      321e15 321e15
Codec                                   version      args
C.Size      (C.Ratio)        C.Speed   D.Speed      C.Eff. D.Eff.
done... (7x1 iteration(s)).

D:\benchmark-0.11_NOT-ORIGINAL\src>benchmark_Intel_12.1_O3.exe CityHash128 CityHash64 SpookyHash fnv1a-jesteressDUAL fnv1a-jesteress fnv1a-mantis fnv1a-meiyan fnv1a-tesla xxhash-fast xxhash-fast256 xxhash-strong xxhash-strong256 -i7 OSHO.TXT
memcpy: 106 ms, 206908949 bytes = 1861 MB/s
Codec                                   version      args
C.Size      (C.Ratio)        C.Speed   D.Speed      C.Eff. D.Eff.
CityHash128                             1.0.3
  206908965 (x 1.000)      3288 MB/s 3288 MB/s      273e15 273e15
CityHash64                              1.0.3
  206908957 (x 1.000)      3344 MB/s 3344 MB/s      277e15 277e15
SpookyHash                              2012-03-30
  206908965 (x 1.000)      3344 MB/s 3344 MB/s      277e15 277e15
fnv1a-jesteressDUAL                     2012-06-09
  206908953 (x 1.000)      3654 MB/s 3654 MB/s      303e15 303e15
fnv1a-jesteress                         2012-06-09
  206908953 (x 1.000)      3288 MB/s 3288 MB/s      273e15 273e15
fnv1a-mantis                            2012-06-09
  206908953 (x 1.000)      2497 MB/s 2497 MB/s      207e15 207e15
fnv1a-meiyan                            2012-06-09
  206908953 (x 1.000)      3288 MB/s 3288 MB/s      273e15 273e15
fnv1a-tesla                             2012-06-09
  206908957 (x 1.000)      4289 MB/s 4289 MB/s      356e15 356e15
xxhash-fast                             r3
  206908953 (x 1.000)      3723 MB/s 3723 MB/s      309e15 309e15
xxhash-fast256                          r3
  206908981 (x 1.000)      4198 MB/s 4198 MB/s      348e15 348e15
xxhash-strong                           r3
  206908953 (x 1.000)      2779 MB/s 2779 MB/s      230e15 230e15
xxhash-strong256                        r3
  206908981 (x 1.000)      3654 MB/s 3654 MB/s      303e15 303e15
Codec                                   version      args
C.Size      (C.Ratio)        C.Speed   D.Speed      C.Eff. D.Eff.
done... (7x1 iteration(s)).

D:\benchmark-0.11_NOT-ORIGINAL\src>benchmark_Intel_12.1_fast.exe CityHash128 CityHash64 SpookyHash fnv1a-jesteressDUAL fnv1a-jesteress fnv1a-mantis fnv1a-meiyan fnv1a-tesla xxhash-fast xxhash-fast256 xxhash-strong xxhash-strong256 -i7 OSHO.TXT
memcpy: 106 ms, 206908949 bytes = 1861 MB/s
Codec                                   version      args
C.Size      (C.Ratio)        C.Speed   D.Speed      C.Eff. D.Eff.
CityHash128                             1.0.3
  206908965 (x 1.000)      2349 MB/s 2406 MB/s      195e15 199e15
CityHash64                              1.0.3
  206908957 (x 1.000)      2217 MB/s 2192 MB/s      184e15 182e15
SpookyHash                              2012-03-30
  206908965 (x 1.000)      3461 MB/s 3461 MB/s      287e15 287e15
fnv1a-jesteressDUAL                     2012-06-09
  206908953 (x 1.000)      3794 MB/s 3794 MB/s      315e15 315e15
fnv1a-jesteress                         2012-06-09
  206908953 (x 1.000)      3344 MB/s 3344 MB/s      277e15 277e15
fnv1a-mantis                            2012-06-09
  206908953 (x 1.000)      2529 MB/s 2529 MB/s      210e15 210e15
fnv1a-meiyan                            2012-06-09
  206908953 (x 1.000)      3344 MB/s 3344 MB/s      277e15 277e15
fnv1a-tesla                             2012-06-09
  206908957 (x 1.000)      4384 MB/s 4484 MB/s      364e15 372e15
xxhash-fast                             r3
  206908953 (x 1.000)      3794 MB/s 3794 MB/s      315e15 315e15
xxhash-fast256                          r3
  206908981 (x 1.000)      4289 MB/s 4289 MB/s      356e15 356e15
xxhash-strong                           r3
  206908953 (x 1.000)      2779 MB/s 2779 MB/s      230e15 230e15
xxhash-strong256                        r3
  206908981 (x 1.000)      3794 MB/s 3794 MB/s      315e15 315e15
Codec                                   version      args
C.Size      (C.Ratio)        C.Speed   D.Speed      C.Eff. D.Eff.
done... (7x1 iteration(s)).

D:\benchmark-0.11_NOT-ORIGINAL\src>

2012-Jun-16,
Kaze
Question: What makes FNV1A_Tesla so fast?
Answer: His short (5c-30+1+1 = 46 bytes) main loop along with two lines being hashed: ROL,XOR,XOR,IMUL applied at 2x8 bytes TWICE i.e. due to stride/granularity 2x8 or 32bytes per cycle.
; Listing generated by Microsoft (R) Optimizing Compiler Version 16.00.30319.01 

...

; 60   : 	for(; wrdlen >= 2*2*2*sizeof(uint32_t); wrdlen -= 2*2*2*sizeof(uint32_t), p += 2*2*2*sizeof(uint32_t)) {

  00023	48 8b c1	 mov	 rax, rcx
  00026	48 6b c0 e0	 imul	 rax, -32
  0002a	48 03 d0	 add	 rdx, rax
  0002d	0f 1f 00	 npad	 3
$LL8@FNV1A_Hash:

; 61   : 		hash64 = (hash64 ^ (ROL64(*(unsigned long long *)(p+0),5-0)^*(unsigned long long *)(p+8))) * PRIME;

  00030	49 8b 01	 mov	 rax, QWORD PTR [r9]
  00033	49 83 c1 20	 add	 r9, 32
  00037	48 c1 c0 05	 rol	 rax, 5
  0003b	49 33 41 e8	 xor	 rax, QWORD PTR [r9-24]
  0003f	4c 33 c0	 xor	 r8, rax

; 62   : 		hash64B = (hash64B ^ (ROL64(*(unsigned long long *)(p+8+8),5-0)^*(unsigned long long *)(p+8+8+8))) * PRIME;

  00042	49 8b 41 f0	 mov	 rax, QWORD PTR [r9-16]
  00046	4d 0f af c3	 imul	 r8, r11
  0004a	48 c1 c0 05	 rol	 rax, 5
  0004e	49 33 41 f8	 xor	 rax, QWORD PTR [r9-8]
  00052	4c 33 d0	 xor	 r10, rax
  00055	4d 0f af d3	 imul	 r10, r11
  00059	48 ff c9	 dec	 rcx
  0005c	75 d2		 jne	 SHORT $LL8@FNV1A_Hash
$LN6@FNV1A_Hash:

...

Yorikke
Question: What makes FNV1A_Yorikke so fast?
Answer: Her short main loop along with two lines being hashed: ROL,XOR,XOR,IMUL applied at 2x4 bytes TWICE i.e. due to stride/granularity 2x2x4 or 16bytes per cycle.

For reference: www.sanmayce.com/Fastest_Hash/index.html#FNV1A_Yorikke
Just wanted to see how the fastest (regarding linear speed) hasher FNV1A_Tesla (64bit) rewritten down to 32bit would behave, so here comes my new favorite FNV1A_Yorikke - the fastest 32bit hasheress.
She outspeeds both FNV1A_Jesteress and FNV1A_Meiyan featuring collisions comparable to CRC32.
I wonder how the new approach (hashing two lines) behaves on i5/i7, my expectations are that FNV1A_Yorikke is gonna scream.
I hate the fact that I still cannot play with an i7 machine, so the following results are obtained on my laptop T7500 2200MHz:

Words 
500 lines read
1024 elements in the table (10 bits)
           Jesteress:         76 [  110]
              Meiyan:         76 [  102]
             Yorikke:         76 [  108]
        x17 unrolled:         88 [  109]
              FNV-1a:         92 [  124]
              Larson:         93 [   99]
              CRC-32:         85 [  101]
             Murmur2:         86 [  103]
                SBox:         81 [   91]
            Murmur2A:         95 [  114]
             Murmur3:        100 [  101]
           XXHfast32:         97 [  110]
         XXHstrong32:         96 [  109]
Win32 
1992 lines read
4096 elements in the table (12 bits)
           Jesteress:        401 [  397]
              Meiyan:        405 [  409]
             Yorikke:        403 [  431]
        x17 unrolled:        577 [  415]
              FNV-1a:        576 [  428]
              Larson:        565 [  416]
              CRC-32:        527 [  426]
             Murmur2:        467 [  415]
                SBox:        482 [  431]
            Murmur2A:        515 [  433]
             Murmur3:        517 [  380]
           XXHfast32:        473 [  420]
         XXHstrong32:        488 [  429]
Numbers 
500 lines read
1024 elements in the table (10 bits)
           Jesteress:         51 [  300]
              Meiyan:         47 [  125]
             Yorikke:         46 [   86]
        x17 unrolled:         45 [   24]
              FNV-1a:         53 [  108]
              Larson:         41 [   16]
              CRC-32:         45 [   64]
             Murmur2:         53 [  104]
                SBox:         50 [  116]
            Murmur2A:         62 [  102]
             Murmur3:         67 [  104]
           XXHfast32:         67 [  102]
         XXHstrong32:         70 [  102]
Prefix 
500 lines read
1024 elements in the table (10 bits)
           Jesteress:        110 [  102]
              Meiyan:        111 [  106]
             Yorikke:        107 [   94]
        x17 unrolled:        206 [  113]
              FNV-1a:        195 [   94]
              Larson:        195 [   99]
              CRC-32:        177 [  107]
             Murmur2:        138 [  106]
                SBox:        149 [  108]
            Murmur2A:        149 [  112]
             Murmur3:        148 [  103]
           XXHfast32:        117 [  103]
         XXHstrong32:        123 [  102]
Postfix 
500 lines read
1024 elements in the table (10 bits)
           Jesteress:        108 [  106]
              Meiyan:        108 [  112]
             Yorikke:        106 [  111]
        x17 unrolled:        201 [  102]
              FNV-1a:        195 [  105]
              Larson:        195 [  105]
              CRC-32:        174 [   94]
             Murmur2:        136 [  111]
                SBox:        148 [   91]
            Murmur2A:        146 [  109]
             Murmur3:        148 [  105]
           XXHfast32:        115 [  106]
         XXHstrong32:        123 [  112]
Variables 
1842 lines read
4096 elements in the table (12 bits)
           Jesteress:        337 [  366]
              Meiyan:        341 [  350]
             Yorikke:        338 [  359]
        x17 unrolled:        418 [  368]
              FNV-1a:        418 [  374]
              Larson:        429 [  366]
              CRC-32:        400 [  338]
             Murmur2:        384 [  383]
                SBox:        371 [  347]
            Murmur2A:        424 [  365]
             Murmur3:        433 [  334]
           XXHfast32:        406 [  347]
         XXHstrong32:        405 [  355]
Sonnets 
3228 lines read
8192 elements in the table (13 bits)
           Jesteress:        494 [  585]
              Meiyan:        501 [  588]
             Yorikke:        496 [  552]
        x17 unrolled:        565 [  589]
              FNV-1a:        558 [  555]
              Larson:        593 [  583]
              CRC-32:        560 [  563]
             Murmur2:        562 [  566]
                SBox:        516 [  526]
            Murmur2A:        627 [  544]
             Murmur3:        651 [  555]
           XXHfast32:        602 [  491]
         XXHstrong32:        598 [  491]
UTF-8 
13408 lines read
32768 elements in the table (15 bits)
           Jesteress:       2391 [ 2427]
              Meiyan:       2445 [ 2377]
             Yorikke:       2427 [ 2392]
        x17 unrolled:       2786 [ 2392]
              FNV-1a:       2860 [ 2446]
              Larson:       2979 [ 2447]
              CRC-32:       2770 [ 2400]
             Murmur2:       2724 [ 2399]
                SBox:       2640 [ 2442]
            Murmur2A:       3037 [ 2369]
             Murmur3:       3100 [ 2376]
           XXHfast32:       2946 [ 2494]
         XXHstrong32:       2936 [ 2496]
IPv4 
3925 lines read
8192 elements in the table (13 bits)
           Jesteress:        576 [  819]
              Meiyan:        590 [  807]
             Yorikke:        588 [  821]
        x17 unrolled:        796 [  804]
              FNV-1a:        855 [  796]
              Larson:        817 [  789]
              CRC-32:        787 [  802]
             Murmur2:        698 [  825]
                SBox:        722 [  804]
            Murmur2A:        762 [  804]
             Murmur3:        776 [  818]
           XXHfast32:        789 [  829]
         XXHstrong32:        809 [  829]
3333 Latin Powers 
3333 lines read
8192 elements in the table (13 bits)
           Jesteress:        763 [  576]
              Meiyan:        770 [  583]
             Yorikke:        779 [  579]
        x17 unrolled:       1345 [  564]
              FNV-1a:       1299 [  604]
              Larson:       1301 [  581]
              CRC-32:       1192 [  613]
             Murmur2:        956 [  600]
                SBox:        996 [  576]
            Murmur2A:       1023 [  576]
             Murmur3:       1032 [  583]
           XXHfast32:        843 [  596]
         XXHstrong32:        882 [  571]
~3 million IPs (dot format) 
2995394 lines read
8388608 elements in the table (23 bits)
           Jesteress:    2027663 [691369]
              Meiyan:    2033983 [593723]
             Yorikke:    1952199 [476699]
        x17 unrolled:    2357193 [475528]
              FNV-1a:    2410596 [477067]
              Larson:    2369252 [475575]
              CRC-32:    2298651 [472854]
             Murmur2:    2298675 [476330]
                SBox:    2412474 [476681]
            Murmur2A:    2376168 [475493]
             Murmur3:    2346091 [476845]
           XXHfast32:    2365397 [476358]
         XXHstrong32:    2372267 [476358]
Russian ASCII 
584879 lines read
2097152 elements in the table (21 bits)
           Jesteress:     322585 [75404]
              Meiyan:     325962 [75377]
             Yorikke:     324935 [74661]
        x17 unrolled:     311773 [75124]
              FNV-1a:     370532 [74184]
              Larson:     327605 [74389]
              CRC-32:     360723 [74307]
             Murmur2:     359362 [74234]
                SBox:     368927 [74645]
            Murmur2A:     375582 [74456]
             Murmur3:     371407 [74612]
           XXHfast32:     370156 [74572]
         XXHstrong32:     371014 [74603]
Wikipedia en 
12561874 lines read
33554432 elements in the table (25 bits)
           Jesteress:   10606801 [2121868]
              Meiyan:   10691456 [2111271]
             Yorikke:   10710077 [2084954]
        x17 unrolled:   10336797 [2410605]
              FNV-1a:   11551149 [2081195]
              Larson:   10837339 [2080111]
              CRC-32:   11464031 [2075088]
             Murmur2:   11379472 [2081476]
                SBox:   11530201 [2084018]
            Murmur2A:   11762919 [2081370]
             Murmur3:   11708730 [2082084]
           XXHfast32:   11576405 [2084164]
         XXHstrong32:   11570909 [2084514]
Wikipedia de-en-es-fr-it-nl-pt-ro 
22202980 lines read
67108864 elements in the table (26 bits)
           Jesteress:   19823910 [3355676]
              Meiyan:   19998537 [3345260]
             Yorikke:   20036224 [3300245]
        x17 unrolled:   19252660 [3830652]
              FNV-1a:   21626497 [3297552]
              Larson:   20162419 [3296692]
              CRC-32:   21396006 [3298998]
             Murmur2:   21249648 [3297709]
                SBox:   21487107 [3298021]
            Murmur2A:   21675364 [3300445]
             Murmur3:   21264598 [3299700]
           XXHfast32:   21028361 [3301160]
         XXHstrong32:   21033394 [3302256]
100MB as one line 
1 lines read
4 elements in the table (2 bits)
           Jesteress:     198199 [    0]
              Meiyan:     198333 [    0]
             Yorikke:     176506 [    0]
        x17 unrolled:     953166 [    0]
              FNV-1a:     924509 [    0]
              Larson:     950111 [    0]
              CRC-32:     764957 [    0]
             Murmur2:     339978 [    0]
                SBox:     512374 [    0]
            Murmur2A:     339648 [    0]
             Murmur3:     303091 [    0]
           XXHfast32:     168528 [    0]
         XXHstrong32:     217354 [    0]
5,000,000 Knight Tours 
5000000 lines read
16777216 elements in the table (24 bits)
           Jesteress:     5912178 [676877]
              Meiyan:     5917649 [676877]
             Yorikke:     5762697 [677478]
        x17 unrolled:   136105460 [4868928]
              FNV-1a:    13574050 [2080003]
              Larson:    42509864 [4475748]
              CRC-32:     9373072 [676997]
             Murmur2:     6755138 [675965]
                SBox:    11414715 [2079523]
            Murmur2A:     6882708 [676417]
             Murmur3:     6673330 [676857]
           XXHfast32:     5864132 [675637]
         XXHstrong32:     6154955 [675834]

In last test we hash 5 million 128bytes long lines (kind of super-heavy-prefix test).
It resembles having very similar (sharing one long prefix) 5 million 128 chars long tweets.
Obviously we need more versatile tests (like my 'Knight Tours') in order to find-and-fix possible weak points.
Here x17 unrolled, FNV-1a, Larson, SBox fail to keep up with others.
In this a la tweet test FNV1A_Yorikke outspeeds XXHfast32 with (5864132-5762697)/5762697*100% = 1.7%, how about on i5/i7 machines!?

In pre-last (linear hash speed - 100MB as one line) test XXHfast32 outspeeds FNV1A_Yorikke with (176506-168528)/168528*100% = 4.7%, is this the case on i5/i7 machines!?

In my view FNV1A_Yorikke has heart full of soul or "fine and clean like polished gold" (just as B.Traven describes her), yet, more torture is needed.

If we have to hash some 5,000,000,000+ tweets, the things would rapidly go ugly.
It would be useful to add more fault-finding tests, thus we can have/rely on some hasher for "real world" (i.e. heavy) loads.

2012-Sep-27,
Kaze

Quite naturally once having the super-heavy PREfix 'Knight Tours' test the POSTfix test must follow:

By changing this line in Knight-tour_r8dump.c:
         printf( "%c%d", 'A'+( (moves[i]-1)%8+1 )-1, 9-( (moves[i]-1)/8+1 ) );
with:
         printf( "%c%d", 'A'+( (moves[(k-1)-i]-1)%8+1 )-1, 9-( (moves[(k-1)-i]-1)/8+1 ) ); // IN REVERSE ORDER
we have Knight-tour_r8dump_reverse.c dumper.

E:\_KAZE_hash_Yorikke>Knight-tour_r8dump.exe a8 5
A8C7E8G7H5G3H1F2H3G1E2C1A2B4A6B8D7F8H7G5F7H8G6H4G2E1C2A1B3A5B7D8C6A7C8E7G8H6G4H2F1D2B1A3B5D6F5D4F3E5C4B2D3F4E6C5A4B6D5F6E4C3D1E3
A8C7E8G7H5G3H1F2H3G1E2C1A2B4A6B8D7F8H7G5F7H8G6H4G2E1C2A1B3A5B7D8C6A7C8E7G8H6G4H2F1D2B1A3B5D6F5D4F3E5C4B2D3F4E6C5A4B6D5E3D1C3E4F6
A8C7E8G7H5G3H1F2H3G1E2C1A2B4A6B8D7F8H7G5F7H8G6H4G2E1C2A1B3A5B7D8C6A7C8E7G8H6G4H2F1D2B1A3B5D6F5D4F3E5C4B2D3F4E6C5E4F6D5B6A4C3D1E3
A8C7E8G7H5G3H1F2H3G1E2C1A2B4A6B8D7F8H7G5F7H8G6H4G2E1C2A1B3A5B7D8C6A7C8E7G8H6G4H2F1D2B1A3B5D6F5D4F3E5C4B2D3F4E6C5E4F6D5E3D1C3A4B6
A8C7E8G7H5G3H1F2H3G1E2C1A2B4A6B8D7F8H7G5F7H8G6H4G2E1C2A1B3A5B7D8C6A7C8E7G8H6G4H2F1D2B1A3B5D6F5D4F3E5C4B6A4B2D3C5E6F4D5F6E4C3D1E3

E:\_KAZE_hash_Yorikke>Knight-tour_r8dump_reverse.exe a8 5
E3D1C3E4F6D5B6A4C5E6F4D3B2C4E5F3D4F5D6B5A3B1D2F1H2G4H6G8E7C8A7C6D8B7A5B3A1C2E1G2H4G6H8F7G5H7F8D7B8A6B4A2C1E2G1H3F2H1G3H5G7E8C7A8
F6E4C3D1E3D5B6A4C5E6F4D3B2C4E5F3D4F5D6B5A3B1D2F1H2G4H6G8E7C8A7C6D8B7A5B3A1C2E1G2H4G6H8F7G5H7F8D7B8A6B4A2C1E2G1H3F2H1G3H5G7E8C7A8
E3D1C3A4B6D5F6E4C5E6F4D3B2C4E5F3D4F5D6B5A3B1D2F1H2G4H6G8E7C8A7C6D8B7A5B3A1C2E1G2H4G6H8F7G5H7F8D7B8A6B4A2C1E2G1H3F2H1G3H5G7E8C7A8
B6A4C3D1E3D5F6E4C5E6F4D3B2C4E5F3D4F5D6B5A3B1D2F1H2G4H6G8E7C8A7C6D8B7A5B3A1C2E1G2H4G6H8F7G5H7F8D7B8A6B4A2C1E2G1H3F2H1G3H5G7E8C7A8
E3D1C3E4F6D5F4E6C5D3B2A4B6C4E5F3D4F5D6B5A3B1D2F1H2G4H6G8E7C8A7C6D8B7A5B3A1C2E1G2H4G6H8F7G5H7F8D7B8A6B4A2C1E2G1H3F2H1G3H5G7E8C7A8

5,000,000 Knight Tours 
5000000 lines read
16777216 elements in the table (24 bits)
           Jesteress:     5912178 [676877]
              Meiyan:     5917649 [676877]
             Yorikke:     5762697 [677478]
        x17 unrolled:   136105460 [4868928]
              FNV-1a:    13574050 [2080003]
              Larson:    42509864 [4475748]
              CRC-32:     9373072 [676997]
             Murmur2:     6755138 [675965]
                SBox:    11414715 [2079523]
            Murmur2A:     6882708 [676417]
             Murmur3:     6673330 [676857]
           XXHfast32:     5864132 [675637]
         XXHstrong32:     6154955 [675834]

E:\_KAZE_hash_Yorikke>hash /q KT5million.txt
5000000 lines read
16777216 elements in the table (24 bits)
           Jesteress:     1.000
              Meiyan:     1.000
             Yorikke:     1.000
        x17 unrolled:    17.468 !
              FNV-1a:     1.389 !
              Larson:     5.020 !
              CRC-32:     1.000
             Murmur2:     1.000
                SBox:     1.389 !
            Murmur2A:     1.000
             Murmur3:     1.000
           XXHfast32:     1.000
         XXHstrong32:     1.000

5,000,000 Knight Tours, in reverse order, (POSTFIX) 
5000000 lines read
16777216 elements in the table (24 bits)
           Jesteress:    6161546 [676000]
              Meiyan:    6172059 [676000]
             Yorikke:    5986428 [676570]
        x17 unrolled:   91159986 [4868928]
              FNV-1a:   13543205 [2078584]
              Larson:   33251699 [4475752]
              CRC-32:    9774609 [676723]
             Murmur2:    7026349 [676903]
                SBox:   11159664 [2078935]
            Murmur2A:    7150883 [675809]
             Murmur3:    6933391 [677667]
           XXHfast32:    6078054 [675729]
         XXHstrong32:    6388591 [675331]

E:\_KAZE_hash_Yorikke>hash /q KTR5million.txt
5000000 lines read
16777216 elements in the table (24 bits)
           Jesteress:     1.000
              Meiyan:     1.000
             Yorikke:     1.000
        x17 unrolled:    17.469 !
              FNV-1a:     1.389 !
              Larson:     5.019 !
              CRC-32:     1.000
             Murmur2:     1.000
                SBox:     1.389 !
            Murmur2A:     1.000
             Murmur3:     1.000
           XXHfast32:     1.000
         XXHstrong32:     1.000

Also I checked all above functions against my BB test, that is, all Building-Blocks of OSHO.TXT (198MB in size English ASCII text) of order 3 up to 11.
'Building-Blocks' stand for all distinct sequences of fixed length, for example the string "All right, I cannot pass by you, Yorikke;" when chopped down to BBs of order 4 gives:
"All "
"ll r"
"l ri"
" rig"
"righ"
"ight"
"ght,"
"ht, "
"t, I"
", I "
" I c"
"I ca"
" can"
"cann"
"anno"
"nnot"
"not "
"ot p"
"t pa"
" pas"
"pass"
"ass "
"ss b"
"s by"
" by "
"by y"
"y yo"
" you"
"you,"
"ou, "
"u, Y"
", Yo"
" Yor"
"Yori"
"orik"
"rikk"
"ikke"
"kke;"

In that way OSHO.TXT has 248,019 BBs of order 4 which is BB004.txt 1,240,095 bytes long or 248,019*(4+1) because each line is postfixed with a LF.

D:\_KAZE\_KAZE_hash_Yorikke_BB>dir b*

12/03/2010  07:30 AM           185,944 BB003.txt
12/03/2010  07:30 AM         1,240,095 BB004.txt
12/03/2010  07:30 AM         5,134,092 BB005.txt
12/03/2010  07:30 AM        15,652,966 BB006.txt
12/03/2010  07:30 AM        38,425,216 BB007.txt
12/03/2010  07:30 AM        80,608,464 BB008.txt
12/03/2010  07:30 AM       150,061,720 BB009.txt
12/03/2010  07:30 AM       252,913,397 BB010.txt
12/03/2010  07:30 AM       392,490,228 BB011.txt
12/03/2010  07:30 AM       569,430,745 BB012.txt
12/03/2010  07:30 AM            45,501 Building-Blocks_DUMPER.c
12/03/2010  07:30 AM            79,360 Building-Blocks_DUMPER.exe

D:\_KAZE\_KAZE_hash_Yorikke_BB>type BB004.txt
...
d'$#
d' '
d' (
d' -
d' .
d' B
d' C
d' H
d' I
d' W
d' Y
d' a
d' b
d' c
d' d
d' e
...
var"
var'
var,
var.
var;
var?
vara
varc
vard
vare
varg
vari
vark
varn
varr
vars
vart
varu
vary
vas$
...

D:\_KAZE\_KAZE_hash_Yorikke_BB>hash BB003.txt
46486 lines read
131072 elements in the table (17 bits)
           Jesteress:       4874 [ 7243]
              Meiyan:       4858 [ 7243]
             Yorikke:       5112 [ 7397]
        x17 unrolled:       6848 [26729]
              FNV-1a:       5308 [ 7485]
              Larson:       4443 [ 5988]
              CRC-32:       4878 [ 5649]
             Murmur2:       5207 [ 7336]
                SBox:       5181 [ 7368]
            Murmur2A:       6078 [ 7363]
             Murmur3:       6690 [ 7386]
           XXHfast32:       6454 [ 7356]
         XXHstrong32:       6730 [ 7356]

D:\_KAZE\_KAZE_hash_Yorikke_BB>hash BB004.txt
248019 lines read
524288 elements in the table (19 bits)
           Jesteress:      58312 [51387]
              Meiyan:      64706 [50262]
             Yorikke:      65086 [50467]
        x17 unrolled:      39302 [98933]
              FNV-1a:      67408 [50470]
              Larson:      46738 [47351]
              CRC-32:      61217 [51193]
             Murmur2:      73795 [50578]
                SBox:      70460 [50126]
            Murmur2A:      82005 [50408]
             Murmur3:      78639 [50438]
           XXHfast32:      83342 [50720]
         XXHstrong32:      84206 [50720]

D:\_KAZE\_KAZE_hash_Yorikke_BB>hash BB005.txt
855682 lines read
2097152 elements in the table (21 bits)
           Jesteress:     406271 [154078]
              Meiyan:     410860 [153663]
             Yorikke:     421928 [153008]
        x17 unrolled:     202006 [256154]
              FNV-1a:     475059 [153167]
              Larson:     304538 [151731]
              CRC-32:     483619 [147326]
             Murmur2:     474122 [153379]
                SBox:     539855 [152837]
            Murmur2A:     566358 [153081]
             Murmur3:     544553 [153068]
           XXHfast32:     558715 [153163]
         XXHstrong32:     560444 [153163]

D:\_KAZE\_KAZE_hash_Yorikke_BB>hash BB006.txt
2236138 lines read
8388608 elements in the table (23 bits)
           Jesteress:    1124228 [312565]
              Meiyan:    1121591 [279633]
             Yorikke:    1155453 [273706]
        x17 unrolled:     743698 [449590]
              FNV-1a:    1470609 [273357]
              Larson:     973776 [272316]
              CRC-32:    1507619 [276835]
             Murmur2:    1553156 [273116]
                SBox:    1556345 [272768]
            Murmur2A:    1621602 [273742]
             Murmur3:    1584959 [272916]
           XXHfast32:    1615700 [273392]
         XXHstrong32:    1620443 [273392]

D:\_KAZE\_KAZE_hash_Yorikke_BB>hash BB007.txt
4803152 lines read
16777216 elements in the table (24 bits)
           Jesteress:    2515600 [637682]
              Meiyan:    2882823 [627693]
             Yorikke:    2947983 [627020]
        x17 unrolled:    2090626 [841178]
              FNV-1a:    3444612 [625916]
              Larson:    2536957 [625113]
              CRC-32:    3539194 [627568]
             Murmur2:    3578611 [626560]
                SBox:    3622361 [625535]
            Murmur2A:    3737961 [626188]
             Murmur3:    3654863 [626273]
           XXHfast32:    3744049 [627187]
         XXHstrong32:    3743835 [627187]

D:\_KAZE\_KAZE_hash_Yorikke_BB>hash BB008.txt
8956496 lines read
33554432 elements in the table (25 bits)
           Jesteress:    5469010 [1665129]
              Meiyan:    5467777 [1665129]
             Yorikke:    5153872 [1104020]
        x17 unrolled:    4620024 [1356993]
              FNV-1a:    7008246 [1095401]
              Larson:    5309546 [1097682]
              CRC-32:    7171564 [1093966]
             Murmur2:    7293182 [1093934]
                SBox:    7471315 [1096181]
            Murmur2A:    7582698 [1095293]
             Murmur3:    7405152 [1094830]
           XXHfast32:    7533773 [1096122]
         XXHstrong32:    7558653 [1096122]

D:\_KAZE\_KAZE_hash_Yorikke_BB>hash BB009.txt
15006172 lines read
33554432 elements in the table (25 bits)
           Jesteress:   10632227 [2988193]
              Meiyan:   10614060 [2988193]
             Yorikke:   10675057 [2905550]
        x17 unrolled:   10284444 [3158629]
              FNV-1a:   14091731 [2906376]
              Larson:   12020960 [2906063]
              CRC-32:   14250582 [2903515]
             Murmur2:   14247871 [2905800]
                SBox:   14969117 [2906969]
            Murmur2A:   14722375 [2904790]
             Murmur3:   14525587 [2907251]
           XXHfast32:   14595831 [2908527]
         XXHstrong32:   14594640 [2908527]

D:\_KAZE\_KAZE_hash_Yorikke_BB>hash BB010.txt
22992127 lines read
67108864 elements in the table (26 bits)
           Jesteress:   18943753 [3611850]
              Meiyan:   18927904 [3611850]
             Yorikke:   18901435 [3526499]
        x17 unrolled:   16517739 [3832933]
              FNV-1a:   23377371 [3527537]
              Larson:   18451360 [3523757]
              CRC-32:   22510585 [3529021]
             Murmur2:   22645177 [3523751]
                SBox:   22840017 [3523461]
            Murmur2A:   23115258 [3525849]
             Murmur3:   22902076 [3523066]
           XXHfast32:   23202949 [3524120]
         XXHstrong32:   23244300 [3524120]

D:\_KAZE\_KAZE_hash_Yorikke_BB>hash BB011.txt
32707519 lines read
67108864 elements in the table (26 bits)
           Jesteress:   31279158 [6848898]
              Meiyan:   31260519 [6848898]
             Yorikke:   31331954 [6821463]
        x17 unrolled:   28799854 [7098408]
              FNV-1a:   36592860 [6820338]
              Larson:   31433023 [6817853]
              CRC-32:   36338792 [6818991]
             Murmur2:   36227441 [6817202]
                SBox:   37062942 [6821829]
            Murmur2A:   36867484 [6819598]
             Murmur3:   36712995 [6819178]
           XXHfast32:   36178213 [6822075]
         XXHstrong32:   36213315 [6822075]

D:\_KAZE\_KAZE_hash_Yorikke_BB>hash BB012.txt
43802365 lines read
134217728 elements in the table (27 bits)
Not enough memory

Wanted to see what FNV1A_Yorikke offers as speed-and-collisions when compared to CRC-32, so dummy sums follow:
             Yorikke:       5112 [ 7397]
              CRC-32:       4878 [ 5649]
             Yorikke:      65086 [50467]
              CRC-32:      61217 [51193]
             Yorikke:     421928 [153008]
              CRC-32:     483619 [147326]
             Yorikke:    1155453 [273706]
              CRC-32:    1507619 [276835]
             Yorikke:    2947983 [627020]
              CRC-32:    3539194 [627568]
             Yorikke:    5153872 [1104020]
              CRC-32:    7171564 [1093966]
             Yorikke:   10675057 [2905550]
              CRC-32:   14250582 [2903515]
             Yorikke:   18901435 [3526499]
              CRC-32:   22510585 [3529021]
             Yorikke:   31331954 [6821463]
              CRC-32:   36338792 [6818991]

FNV1A_Yorikke Speed performance      (lesser-the-better): 5112+65086+421928+1155453+2947983+5153872+10675057+18901435+31331954 = 70,657,880
FNV1A_Yorikke Dispersion performance (lesser-the-better): 7397+50467+153008+273706+627020+1104020+2905550+3526499+6821463 = 15,469,130

CRC-32 Speed performance      (lesser-the-better): 4878+61217+483619+1507619+3539194+7171564+14250582+22510585+36338792 = 85,868,050
CRC-32 Dispersion performance (lesser-the-better): 5649+51193+147326+276835+627568+1093966+2903515+3529021+6818991 = 15,454,064

Thus, FNV1A_Yorikke outspeeds monstrously (lines below) CRC-32 while maintaining similar collisions.

In OSHO.TXT 'Building-Blocks' test with (85868050-70657880)/70657880*100% = 21%
In '5,000,000 Knight Tours' test with (9774609-5986428)/5986428*100% = 63%
In '100MB as one line' test with (764957-176506)/176506*100% = 333%

Of course T7500 limits her, on new CPUs like i5/i7 FNV1A_Yorikke simply 'dances on the water'.

2012-Sep-29,
Kaze

For reference: www.sanmayce.com/Fastest_Hash/index.html#KT_torture

Leprechaun taught me a collision-lesson: the most important thing after hashing speed is MAX_depthness i.e.
how many collisions a single slot holds - this affects collision chaining a lot even with b-trees used.
So I wrote Knight-tour_r8dump_Yorikke.c which hashes Knight-Tours on the fly in order to monitor the fattest slot(s). This torture-test uses 27bit hash table i.e. 134,217,728 slots. Source and executable are here: Knight-tour_r8dump_Yorikke.zip 47,204 bytes. For example the torture-test shows stats at 1,000,000 step: FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,134,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,011; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,049,456,363 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,134,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,011; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,049,454,733 0134 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,011 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0134 million KT | CRC32 | 0,003 x | 0,011 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,399,000,000; 000,000,013 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,016; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,006,865,593 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,399,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,006,866,685 0399 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,013 x | 0,016 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0399 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,555,000,000; 000,000,005 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,019; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,002,145,975 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,555,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,021; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,002,148,539 0555 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,005 x | 0,019 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0555 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,021 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| The above bars describe the situation after hashing 134,000,000 KT (which is 1:1 i.e. 134,000,000:134,217,728 = 0.99): The above bars describe the situation after hashing 399,000,000 KT (which is 3:1 i.e. 399,000,000:134,217,728 = 2.97): The above bars describe the situation after hashing 555,000,000 KT (which is 4:1 i.e. 555,000,000:134,217,728 = 4.13): FNV1A_Yorikke has 005 slots with MAX_depthness 019 (number of x's). CRC32 has 001 slot with MAX_depthness 021 (number of x's). In other words MAX_depthness 019 means maximum 019 layers or maximum 019 keys sharing one slot. Notice also that FNV1A_Yorikke has HASH utilization (134,217,728-2,145,975)/134,217,728*100% = 98.401%, a mutsi dispersion, slightly better than CRC32's (134,217,728-2,148,539)/134,217,728*100% = 98.399%. Here comes FNV1A_Yorikke vs CRC32 juxtaposition: E:\_KAZE_hash_Yorikke>cl /Ox Knight-tour_r8dump_Yorikke.c Microsoft (R) 32-bit C/C++ Optimizing Compiler Version 16.00.30319.01 for 80x86 Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Knight-tour_r8dump_Yorikke.c Microsoft (R) Incremental Linker Version 10.00.30319.01 Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. /out:Knight-tour_r8dump_Yorikke.exe Knight-tour_r8dump_Yorikke.obj E:\_KAZE_hash_Yorikke>Knight-tour_r8dump_Yorikke a8 5000000000 Knight-tour_r8dump_Yorikke, subrevision A, written by Kaze (based on Kurt White's code), downloadable at www.sanmayce.com/Fastest_Hash Purpose: to compare FNV1A_Yorikke and CRC32 by giving the highest number of collisions i.e. the deepest nest/layer, the-lesser-the-better. KT to be hashed = 5,000,000,000 HashSizeInBits = 27 ReportAtEvery = 1,000,000 Allocating HASH memory 512MB ... OK Allocating HASH memory 512MB ... OK FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,001,000,000; 000,000,007 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,003; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,133,221,361 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,001,000,000; 000,000,012 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,003; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,133,221,529 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,010,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,005; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,124,582,012 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,010,000,000; 000,000,007 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,005; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,124,581,111 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,020,000,000; 000,000,005 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,006; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,115,637,595 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,020,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,006; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,115,637,199 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,030,000,000; 000,000,020 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,006; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,107,337,108 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,030,000,000; 000,000,016 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,006; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,107,334,493 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,040,000,000; 000,000,004 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,007; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,099,632,075 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,040,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,007; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,099,628,503 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,050,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,008; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,092,480,214 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,050,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,008; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,092,475,419 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,060,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,009; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,085,841,618 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,060,000,000; 000,000,006 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,008; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,085,836,155 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,070,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,009; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,079,679,457 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,070,000,000; 000,000,011 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,008; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,079,670,365 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,080,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,009; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,073,957,872 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,080,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,009; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,073,949,172 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,090,000,000; 000,000,007 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,009; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,068,647,703 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,090,000,000; 000,000,005 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,009; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,068,641,085 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,100,000,000; 000,000,014 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,009; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,063,717,986 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,100,000,000; 000,000,012 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,009; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,063,715,353 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,110,000,000; 000,000,030 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,009; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,059,141,102 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,110,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,010; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,059,139,305 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,120,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,010; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,054,894,200 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,120,000,000; 000,000,010 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,010; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,054,893,250 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,130,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,011; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,050,952,923 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,130,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,011; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,050,951,063 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,140,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,011; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,047,292,531 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,140,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,012; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,047,290,862 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,150,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,011; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,043,897,369 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,150,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,013; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,043,895,258 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,160,000,000; 000,000,004 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,011; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,040,743,593 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,160,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,013; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,040,744,121 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,170,000,000; 000,000,015 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,011; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,037,816,932 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,170,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,013; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,037,819,127 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,180,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,012; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,035,102,046 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,180,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,013; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,035,102,912 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,190,000,000; 000,000,005 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,012; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,032,582,000 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,190,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,013; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,032,582,129 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,200,000,000; 000,000,009 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,012; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,030,243,770 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,200,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,013; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,030,242,970 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,210,000,000; 000,000,017 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,012; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,028,072,001 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,210,000,000; 000,000,005 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,013; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,028,071,497 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,220,000,000; 000,000,027 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,012; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,026,054,916 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,220,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,014; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,026,055,002 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,230,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,013; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,024,185,454 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,230,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,014; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,024,186,183 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,240,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,014; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,022,449,127 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,240,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,014; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,022,450,076 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,250,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,014; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,020,837,848 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,250,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,015; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,020,838,237 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,260,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,015; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,019,341,304 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,260,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,015; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,019,341,536 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,270,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,015; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,017,954,025 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,270,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,015; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,017,952,934 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,280,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,015; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,016,666,054 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,280,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,015; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,016,663,835 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,290,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,015; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,015,468,906 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,290,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,015; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,015,469,293 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,300,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,015; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,014,359,518 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,300,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,015; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,014,358,995 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,310,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,015; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,013,327,917 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,310,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,015; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,013,327,450 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,320,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,015; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,012,370,608 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,320,000,000; 000,000,004 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,015; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,012,369,998 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,330,000,000; 000,000,005 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,015; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,011,481,311 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,330,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,017; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,011,480,612 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,340,000,000; 000,000,008 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,015; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,010,657,532 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,340,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,017; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,010,655,788 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,350,000,000; 000,000,011 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,015; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,009,892,058 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,350,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,017; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,009,890,744 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,360,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,016; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,009,181,748 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,360,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,017; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,009,181,092 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,370,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,016; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,008,523,451 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,370,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,008,522,241 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,380,000,000; 000,000,005 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,016; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,007,911,414 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,380,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,007,910,561 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,390,000,000; 000,000,010 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,016; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,007,342,215 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,390,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,007,342,153 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,400,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,017; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,006,814,868 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,400,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,006,815,907 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,410,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,006,325,862 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,410,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,006,325,963 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,420,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,005,871,176 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,420,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,005,871,913 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,430,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,005,449,130 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,430,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,005,450,312 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,440,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,005,057,659 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,440,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,005,058,793 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,450,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,004,693,700 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,450,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,004,695,568 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,460,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,004,357,368 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,460,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,004,358,484 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,470,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,004,043,398 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,470,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,004,046,296 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,480,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,003,752,819 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,480,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,003,755,862 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,490,000,000; 000,000,004 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,003,483,009 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,490,000,000; 000,000,006 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,003,486,324 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,500,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,019; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,003,233,077 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,500,000,000; 000,000,010 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,003,235,750 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,510,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,019; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,003,000,727 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,510,000,000; 000,000,015 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,003,003,966 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,520,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,019; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,002,785,052 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,520,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,019; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,002,787,871 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,530,000,000; 000,000,005 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,019; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,002,585,445 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,530,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,019; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,002,587,661 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,540,000,000; 000,000,005 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,019; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,002,399,134 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,540,000,000; 000,000,005 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,019; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,002,402,397 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,550,000,000; 000,000,005 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,019; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,002,227,776 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,550,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,021; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,002,229,763 ... After some 18h of computing one tenth of the torture was done i.e. 550,000,000 KT, the bars below show the depthness at step 10 million, the-shorter-the-bar-the-better: 0001 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,007 x | 0,003 |x|x|x| 0001 million KT | CRC32 | 0,012 x | 0,003 |x|x|x| 0010 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,005 |x|x|x|x|x| 0010 million KT | CRC32 | 0,007 x | 0,005 |x|x|x|x|x| 0020 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,005 x | 0,006 |x|x|x|x|x|x| 0020 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,006 |x|x|x|x|x|x| 0030 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,020 x | 0,006 |x|x|x|x|x|x| 0030 million KT | CRC32 | 0,016 x | 0,006 |x|x|x|x|x|x| 0040 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,004 x | 0,007 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0040 million KT | CRC32 | 0,002 x | 0,007 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0050 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,002 x | 0,008 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0050 million KT | CRC32 | 0,003 x | 0,008 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0060 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,009 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0060 million KT | CRC32 | 0,006 x | 0,008 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0070 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,009 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0070 million KT | CRC32 | 0,011 x | 0,008 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0080 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,009 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0080 million KT | CRC32 | 0,003 x | 0,009 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0090 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,007 x | 0,009 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0090 million KT | CRC32 | 0,005 x | 0,009 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0100 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,014 x | 0,009 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0100 million KT | CRC32 | 0,012 x | 0,009 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0110 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,030 x | 0,009 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0110 million KT | CRC32 | 0,003 x | 0,010 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0120 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,003 x | 0,010 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0120 million KT | CRC32 | 0,010 x | 0,010 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0130 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,011 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0130 million KT | CRC32 | 0,003 x | 0,011 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0140 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,011 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0140 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,012 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0150 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,002 x | 0,011 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0150 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,013 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0160 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,004 x | 0,011 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0160 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,013 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0170 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,015 x | 0,011 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0170 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,013 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0180 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,003 x | 0,012 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0180 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,013 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0190 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,005 x | 0,012 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0190 million KT | CRC32 | 0,002 x | 0,013 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0200 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,009 x | 0,012 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0200 million KT | CRC32 | 0,002 x | 0,013 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0210 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,017 x | 0,012 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0210 million KT | CRC32 | 0,005 x | 0,013 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0220 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,027 x | 0,012 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0220 million KT | CRC32 | 0,002 x | 0,014 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0230 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,003 x | 0,013 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0230 million KT | CRC32 | 0,002 x | 0,014 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0240 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,014 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0240 million KT | CRC32 | 0,003 x | 0,014 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0250 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,014 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0250 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,015 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0260 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,015 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0260 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,015 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0270 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,015 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0270 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,015 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0280 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,002 x | 0,015 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0280 million KT | CRC32 | 0,002 x | 0,015 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0290 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,002 x | 0,015 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0290 million KT | CRC32 | 0,002 x | 0,015 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0300 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,002 x | 0,015 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0300 million KT | CRC32 | 0,002 x | 0,015 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0310 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,003 x | 0,015 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0310 million KT | CRC32 | 0,003 x | 0,015 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0320 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,003 x | 0,015 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0320 million KT | CRC32 | 0,004 x | 0,015 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0330 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,005 x | 0,015 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0330 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,017 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0340 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,008 x | 0,015 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0340 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,017 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0350 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,011 x | 0,015 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0350 million KT | CRC32 | 0,002 x | 0,017 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0360 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,002 x | 0,016 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0360 million KT | CRC32 | 0,002 x | 0,017 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0370 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,003 x | 0,016 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0370 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0380 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,005 x | 0,016 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0380 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0390 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,010 x | 0,016 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0390 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0400 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,017 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0400 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0410 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0410 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0420 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0420 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0430 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0430 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0440 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0440 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0450 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0450 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0460 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0460 million KT | CRC32 | 0,002 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0470 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0470 million KT | CRC32 | 0,003 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0480 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,003 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0480 million KT | CRC32 | 0,003 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0490 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,004 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0490 million KT | CRC32 | 0,006 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0500 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,019 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0500 million KT | CRC32 | 0,010 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0510 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,002 x | 0,019 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0510 million KT | CRC32 | 0,015 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0520 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,002 x | 0,019 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0520 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,019 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0530 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,005 x | 0,019 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0530 million KT | CRC32 | 0,002 x | 0,019 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0540 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,005 x | 0,019 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0540 million KT | CRC32 | 0,005 x | 0,019 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0550 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,005 x | 0,019 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0550 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,021 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| The bars below (the above bars rotated 90°CCW) show the depthness at step 10 million, the-shorter-the-bar-the-better: Yorikke FNV1A_Yorikke disperses Knight-Tours in a side-by-side manner with CRC32, but much faster. excruciate 1. To inflict severe pain on; torture. 2. To inflict great mental distress on. [Latin excruciare, excruciat- : ex-, intensive pref. ; see ex- + cruciare, to crucify, torture (from crux, cruc-, cross).] /The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition/ FNV1A_Yorikke having been excruciated with KT torture proved to be collision-reliable, no? 2012-Oct-03, Kaze Roughly 220h later: ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,672,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,022; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,898,046 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,672,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,022; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,898,939 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,806,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,024; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,330,401 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,806,000,000; 000,000,004 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,024; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,330,204 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 0,940,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,026; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,121,471 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 0,940,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,027; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,121,756 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 1,074,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,029; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,044,637 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 1,074,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,028; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,044,625 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 1,208,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,031; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,016,433 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 1,208,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,030; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,016,310 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 1,343,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,033; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,005,979 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 1,343,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,032; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,005,924 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 1,477,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,036; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,002,223 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 1,477,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,034; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,002,239 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 1,611,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,037; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,812 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 1,611,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,037; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,851 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 1,745,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,038; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,286 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 1,745,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,038; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,336 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 1,880,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,041; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,114 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 1,880,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,040; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,132 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 2,014,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,043; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,036 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 2,014,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,042; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,048 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 2,148,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,044; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,018 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 2,148,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,044; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,012 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 2,282,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,045; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,005 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 2,282,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,045; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,003 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 2,416,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,048; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,002 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 2,416,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,046; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 2,551,000,000; 000,000,004 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,048; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,002 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 2,551,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,047; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 2,685,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,052; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 2,685,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,050; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 2,819,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,052; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 2,819,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,051; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 2,953,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,055; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 2,953,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,053; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 3,088,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,055; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 3,088,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,055; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 3,222,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,057; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 3,222,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,057; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 3,356,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,058; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 3,356,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,059; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 3,490,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,061; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 3,490,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,060; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 3,624,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,062; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 3,624,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,061; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 3,759,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,064; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 3,759,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,062; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 3,893,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,065; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 3,893,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,064; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 ... FNV1A_Yorikke: KT_DumpCounter = 4,027,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,066; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 CRC32 : KT_DumpCounter = 4,027,000,000; 000,000,004 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,066; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,000 ... ^C It seems that after the mark 4,050,000,000 finding KT is very slow so I stopped it and I wrote subrev. B using another 4 top-gun CRC32 variants. The bars below describe the situation after hashing: 0,672,000,000 KT (which is 05:1 i.e. 0,672,000,000:134,217,728 = 05.00) 0,806,000,000 KT (which is 06:1 i.e. 0,806,000,000:134,217,728 = 06.00) 0,940,000,000 KT (which is 07:1 i.e. 0,940,000,000:134,217,728 = 07.00) 1,074,000,000 KT (which is 08:1 i.e. 1,074,000,000:134,217,728 = 08.00) 1,208,000,000 KT (which is 09:1 i.e. 1,208,000,000:134,217,728 = 09.00) 1,343,000,000 KT (which is 10:1 i.e. 1,343,000,000:134,217,728 = 10.00) 1,477,000,000 KT (which is 11:1 i.e. 1,477,000,000:134,217,728 = 11.00) 1,611,000,000 KT (which is 12:1 i.e. 1,611,000,000:134,217,728 = 12.00) 1,745,000,000 KT (which is 13:1 i.e. 1,745,000,000:134,217,728 = 13.00) 1,880,000,000 KT (which is 14:1 i.e. 1,880,000,000:134,217,728 = 14.00) 2,014,000,000 KT (which is 15:1 i.e. 2,014,000,000:134,217,728 = 15.00) 2,148,000,000 KT (which is 16:1 i.e. 2,148,000,000:134,217,728 = 16.00) 2,282,000,000 KT (which is 17:1 i.e. 2,282,000,000:134,217,728 = 17.00) 2,416,000,000 KT (which is 18:1 i.e. 2,416,000,000:134,217,728 = 18.00) 2,551,000,000 KT (which is 19:1 i.e. 2,551,000,000:134,217,728 = 19.00) 2,685,000,000 KT (which is 20:1 i.e. 2,685,000,000:134,217,728 = 20.00) 2,819,000,000 KT (which is 21:1 i.e. 2,819,000,000:134,217,728 = 21.00) 2,953,000,000 KT (which is 22:1 i.e. 2,953,000,000:134,217,728 = 22.00) 3,088,000,000 KT (which is 23:1 i.e. 3,088,000,000:134,217,728 = 23.00) 3,222,000,000 KT (which is 24:1 i.e. 3,222,000,000:134,217,728 = 24.00) 3,356,000,000 KT (which is 25:1 i.e. 3,356,000,000:134,217,728 = 25.00) 3,490,000,000 KT (which is 26:1 i.e. 3,490,000,000:134,217,728 = 26.00) 3,624,000,000 KT (which is 27:1 i.e. 3,624,000,000:134,217,728 = 27.00) 3,759,000,000 KT (which is 28:1 i.e. 3,759,000,000:134,217,728 = 28.00) 3,893,000,000 KT (which is 29:1 i.e. 3,893,000,000:134,217,728 = 29.00) 4,027,000,000 KT (which is 30:1 i.e. 4,027,000,000:134,217,728 = 30.00) 0672 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,003 x | 0,022 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0672 million KT | CRC32 | 0,003 x | 0,022 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0806 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,024 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0806 million KT | CRC32 | 0,004 x | 0,024 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0940 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,026 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0940 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,027 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 1074 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,029 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 1074 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,028 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 1208 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,003 x | 0,031 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 1208 million KT | CRC32 | 0,003 x | 0,030 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 1343 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,002 x | 0,033 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 1343 million KT | CRC32 | 0,002 x | 0,032 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 1477 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,036 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 1477 million KT | CRC32 | 0,003 x | 0,034 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 1611 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,037 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 1611 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,037 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 1745 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,002 x | 0,038 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 1745 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,038 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 1880 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,041 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 1880 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,040 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 2014 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,043 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 2014 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,042 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 2148 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,002 x | 0,044 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 2148 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,044 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 2282 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,045 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 2282 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,045 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 2416 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,048 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 2416 million KT | CRC32 | 0,003 x | 0,046 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 2551 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,004 x | 0,048 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 2551 million KT | CRC32 | 0,003 x | 0,047 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 2685 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,052 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 2685 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,050 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 2819 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,052 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 2819 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,051 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 2953 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,055 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 2953 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,053 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 3088 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,055 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 3088 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,055 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 3222 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,057 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 3222 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,057 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 3356 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,003 x | 0,058 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 3356 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,059 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 3490 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,061 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 3490 million KT | CRC32 | 0,001 x | 0,060 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 3624 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,002 x | 0,062 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 3624 million KT | CRC32 | 0,002 x | 0,061 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 3759 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,064 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 3759 million KT | CRC32 | 0,002 x | 0,062 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 3893 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,065 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 3893 million KT | CRC32 | 0,003 x | 0,064 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 4027 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,066 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 4027 million KT | CRC32 | 0,004 x | 0,066 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| So far the distribution still goes with no peaks, is there a wingman at all or they both are on their own?! For reference: www.sanmayce.com/Fastest_Hash/index.html#KT_torture2 Enough, here comes subrevision B featuring 4 top-gun CRC32 variants: This torture-test uses 26bit hash table i.e. 67,108,864 slots. Source and executable are here: Knight-tour_r8dump_Yorikke_CRC8.zip 505,095 bytes. The article '32-Bit Cyclic Redundancy Codes for Internet Applications' by Philip Koopman was used, very informative and practical. // Koopman #define CRCPOLYK1 0xBA0DC66B //CRC-32K_0xBA0DC66B #define CRCPOLYK2 0x90022004 //CRC-32K_0x90022004 // Castagnoli #define CRCPOLYC1 0x82F63B78 //CRC-32C_0x82F63B78 #define CRCPOLYC2 0x8F6E37A0 //CRC-32C_0x8F6E37A0 //0x82608EDB // The IEEE 802.3 standard: HD=6 for 172-268; HD=8 for 58-91 //0x8F6E37A0 // Castagnoli (iSCSI): HD=6 for 178-5243; HD=8 for 48-177 //0xBA0DC66B // Koopman: HD=6 for 153-16360; HD=8 for 19-152 //0x90022004 // Koopman: HD=6!!! for 8!!!-32738 Here comes FNV1A_Yorikke vs CRC32K1/CRC32K2/CRC32C1/CRC32C2 juxtaposition: E:\Knight-tour_r8dump_Yorikke_CRC8>Knight-tour_r8dump_Yorikke_CRC8.exe a8 14000000000 Knight-tour_r8dump_Yorikke, subrevision B, written by Kaze (based on Kurt White's code), downloadable at www.sanmayce.com/Fastest_Hash Purpose: to compare FNV1A_Yorikke and CRC32 by giving the highest number of collisions i.e. the deepest nest/layer, the-lesser-the-better. Polynomial used: CRC32C1_8slice: 0x82F63B78 CRC32C2_8slice: 0x8F6E37A0 CRC32K1_8slice: 0xBA0DC66B CRC32K2_8slice: 0x90022004 KT to be hashed = 14,000,000,000 HashSizeInBits = 26 ReportAtEvery = 1,000,000 Allocating HASH memory 256MB ... OK Allocating HASH memory 256MB ... OK Allocating HASH memory 256MB ... OK Allocating HASH memory 256MB ... OK Allocating HASH memory 256MB ... OK FNV1A_Yorikke : KT_DumpCounter = 00,001,000,000; 000,000,044 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,003; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,066,116,294; HashUtilization = 001% CRC32K1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,001,000,000; 000,000,033 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,003; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,066,116,206; HashUtilization = 001% CRC32K2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,001,000,000; 000,000,034 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,003; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,066,116,164; HashUtilization = 001% CRC32C1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,001,000,000; 000,000,038 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,003; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,066,116,314; HashUtilization = 001% CRC32C2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,001,000,000; 000,000,032 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,003; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,066,116,266; HashUtilization = 001% ... FNV1A_Yorikke : KT_DumpCounter = 00,068,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,011; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,024,366,892; HashUtilization = 063% CRC32K1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,068,000,000; 000,000,010 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,010; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,024,358,922; HashUtilization = 063% CRC32K2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,068,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,011; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,024,361,040; HashUtilization = 063% CRC32C1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,068,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,011; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,024,363,460; HashUtilization = 063% CRC32C2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,068,000,000; 000,000,008 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,010; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,024,362,370; HashUtilization = 063% ... FNV1A_Yorikke : KT_DumpCounter = 00,135,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,016; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,008,975,330; HashUtilization = 086% CRC32K1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,135,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,014; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,008,977,551; HashUtilization = 086% CRC32K2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,135,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,014; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,008,978,613; HashUtilization = 086% CRC32C1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,135,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,014; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,008,981,649; HashUtilization = 086% CRC32C2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,135,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,014; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,008,974,333; HashUtilization = 086% ... FNV1A_Yorikke : KT_DumpCounter = 00,202,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,018; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,003,307,428; HashUtilization = 095% CRC32K1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,202,000,000; 000,000,005 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,016; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,003,306,377; HashUtilization = 095% CRC32K2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,202,000,000; 000,000,004 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,016; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,003,307,016; HashUtilization = 095% CRC32C1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,202,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,017; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,003,309,824; HashUtilization = 095% CRC32C2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,202,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,017; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,003,308,062; HashUtilization = 095% ... FNV1A_Yorikke : KT_DumpCounter = 00,269,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,020; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,001,218,895; HashUtilization = 098% CRC32K1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,269,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,019; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,001,218,557; HashUtilization = 098% CRC32K2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,269,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,019; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,001,216,994; HashUtilization = 098% CRC32C1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,269,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,020; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,001,220,003; HashUtilization = 098% CRC32C2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,269,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,020; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,001,220,718; HashUtilization = 098% ... FNV1A_Yorikke : KT_DumpCounter = 00,336,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,023; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,449,498; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,336,000,000; 000,000,004 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,021; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,449,035; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,336,000,000; 000,000,005 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,021; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,448,051; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,336,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,022; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,449,670; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,336,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,022; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,449,520; HashUtilization = 099% ... FNV1A_Yorikke : KT_DumpCounter = 00,403,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,024; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,165,623; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,403,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,023; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,165,659; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,403,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,023; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,164,681; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,403,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,026; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,165,881; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,403,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,026; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,165,540; HashUtilization = 099% ... FNV1A_Yorikke : KT_DumpCounter = 00,470,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,027; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,061,126; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,470,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,026; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,060,953; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,470,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,027; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,060,768; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,470,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,028; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,061,074; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,470,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,029; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,060,942; HashUtilization = 099% ... FNV1A_Yorikke : KT_DumpCounter = 00,537,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,030; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,022,753; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,537,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,028; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,022,400; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,537,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,028; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,022,471; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,537,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,028; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,022,576; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,537,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,030; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,022,541; HashUtilization = 099% ... FNV1A_Yorikke : KT_DumpCounter = 00,604,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,032; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,008,372; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,604,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,031; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,008,210; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,604,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,030; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,008,290; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,604,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,031; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,008,247; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,604,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,030; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,008,277; HashUtilization = 099% ... FNV1A_Yorikke : KT_DumpCounter = 00,672,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,032; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,003,057; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,672,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,032; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,002,979; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,672,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,032; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,002,957; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,672,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,033; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,003,059; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,672,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,033; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,003,033; HashUtilization = 099% ... FNV1A_Yorikke : KT_DumpCounter = 00,739,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,034; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,001,130; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,739,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,033; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,001,117; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,739,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,034; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,001,125; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,739,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,034; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,001,109; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,739,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,035; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,001,109; HashUtilization = 099% ... FNV1A_Yorikke : KT_DumpCounter = 00,806,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,036; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,390; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,806,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,035; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,417; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,806,000,000; 000,000,004 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,035; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,416; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,806,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,036; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,399; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,806,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,036; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,407; HashUtilization = 099% ... FNV1A_Yorikke : KT_DumpCounter = 00,873,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,037; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,139; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,873,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,036; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,162; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,873,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,038; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,143; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,873,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,039; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,150; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,873,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,039; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,171; HashUtilization = 099% ... FNV1A_Yorikke : KT_DumpCounter = 00,940,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,040; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,049; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,940,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,039; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,068; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,940,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,039; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,045; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,940,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,040; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,062; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 00,940,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,040; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,067; HashUtilization = 099% ... FNV1A_Yorikke : KT_DumpCounter = 01,007,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,041; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,013; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 01,007,000,000; 000,000,003 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,039; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,027; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32K2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 01,007,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,040; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,021; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C1_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 01,007,000,000; 000,000,002 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,041; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,020; HashUtilization = 099% CRC32C2_8slice: KT_DumpCounter = 01,007,000,000; 000,000,001 x MAXcollisionsAtSomeSlots = 000,043; HASHfreeSLOTS = 0,000,000,018; HashUtilization = 099% ... 001:1 0,068 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,002 x | 0,011 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,068 million KT | CRC32K1 | 0,010 x | 0,010 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,068 million KT | CRC32K2 | 0,001 x | 0,011 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,068 million KT | CRC32C1 | 0,001 x | 0,011 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,068 million KT | CRC32C2 | 0,008 x | 0,010 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 002:1 0,135 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,016 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,135 million KT | CRC32K1 | 0,001 x | 0,014 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,135 million KT | CRC32K2 | 0,003 x | 0,014 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,135 million KT | CRC32C1 | 0,003 x | 0,014 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,135 million KT | CRC32C2 | 0,002 x | 0,014 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 003:1 0,202 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,018 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,202 million KT | CRC32K1 | 0,005 x | 0,016 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,202 million KT | CRC32K2 | 0,004 x | 0,016 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,202 million KT | CRC32C1 | 0,002 x | 0,017 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,202 million KT | CRC32C2 | 0,002 x | 0,017 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 004:1 0,269 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,003 x | 0,020 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,269 million KT | CRC32K1 | 0,003 x | 0,019 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,269 million KT | CRC32K2 | 0,002 x | 0,019 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,269 million KT | CRC32C1 | 0,001 x | 0,020 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,269 million KT | CRC32C2 | 0,002 x | 0,020 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 005:1 0,336 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,023 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,336 million KT | CRC32K1 | 0,004 x | 0,021 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,336 million KT | CRC32K2 | 0,005 x | 0,021 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,336 million KT | CRC32C1 | 0,002 x | 0,022 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,336 million KT | CRC32C2 | 0,001 x | 0,022 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 006:1 0,403 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,024 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,403 million KT | CRC32K1 | 0,003 x | 0,023 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,403 million KT | CRC32K2 | 0,003 x | 0,023 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,403 million KT | CRC32C1 | 0,001 x | 0,026 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,403 million KT | CRC32C2 | 0,001 x | 0,026 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 007:1 0,470 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,002 x | 0,027 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,470 million KT | CRC32K1 | 0,001 x | 0,026 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,470 million KT | CRC32K2 | 0,001 x | 0,027 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,470 million KT | CRC32C1 | 0,001 x | 0,028 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,470 million KT | CRC32C2 | 0,001 x | 0,029 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 008:1 0,537 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,030 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,537 million KT | CRC32K1 | 0,001 x | 0,028 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,537 million KT | CRC32K2 | 0,001 x | 0,028 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,537 million KT | CRC32C1 | 0,001 x | 0,028 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,537 million KT | CRC32C2 | 0,001 x | 0,030 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 009:1 0,604 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,032 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,604 million KT | CRC32K1 | 0,001 x | 0,031 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,604 million KT | CRC32K2 | 0,001 x | 0,030 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,604 million KT | CRC32C1 | 0,001 x | 0,031 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,604 million KT | CRC32C2 | 0,001 x | 0,030 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 010:1 0,672 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,002 x | 0,032 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,672 million KT | CRC32K1 | 0,002 x | 0,032 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,672 million KT | CRC32K2 | 0,002 x | 0,032 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,672 million KT | CRC32C1 | 0,001 x | 0,033 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,672 million KT | CRC32C2 | 0,003 x | 0,033 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 011:1 0,739 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,034 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,739 million KT | CRC32K1 | 0,003 x | 0,033 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,739 million KT | CRC32K2 | 0,002 x | 0,034 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,739 million KT | CRC32C1 | 0,001 x | 0,034 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,739 million KT | CRC32C2 | 0,003 x | 0,035 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 012:1 0,806 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,036 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,806 million KT | CRC32K1 | 0,002 x | 0,035 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,806 million KT | CRC32K2 | 0,004 x | 0,035 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,806 million KT | CRC32C1 | 0,002 x | 0,036 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,806 million KT | CRC32C2 | 0,003 x | 0,036 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 013:1 0,873 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,003 x | 0,037 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,873 million KT | CRC32K1 | 0,001 x | 0,036 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,873 million KT | CRC32K2 | 0,001 x | 0,038 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,873 million KT | CRC32C1 | 0,001 x | 0,039 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,873 million KT | CRC32C2 | 0,001 x | 0,039 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 014:1 0,940 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,040 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,940 million KT | CRC32K1 | 0,001 x | 0,039 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,940 million KT | CRC32K2 | 0,001 x | 0,039 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,940 million KT | CRC32C1 | 0,002 x | 0,040 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 0,940 million KT | CRC32C2 | 0,001 x | 0,040 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 015:1 1,007 million KT | FNV1A_Yorikke | 0,001 x | 0,041 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 1,007 million KT | CRC32K1 | 0,003 x | 0,039 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 1,007 million KT | CRC32K2 | 0,001 x | 0,040 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 1,007 million KT | CRC32C1 | 0,002 x | 0,041 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| 1,007 million KT | CRC32C2 | 0,001 x | 0,043 |x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x|x| As far as I understand CRC32K2 should give the shortest bar both in a short and long run. //0x90022004 // Koopman: HD=6!!! for 8!!!-32738 Since Knight-Tours represent 128x8 or 1Kb and many keys fall in range 24bits to 120bits the obvious choice is 0x90022004, no? It would be nice someone to run this test for a month at least on some monster. 2012-Oct-15, Kaze For reference: www.sanmayce.com/Fastest_Hash/index.html#KT_torture3 Enough, here comes subrevision C (Brutus) being 2048 times heavier than the previous one. Update: Grmbl, subrevision C is buggy - it generates non-unique a la KTs, I overlooked the overlapping - stupid. So, here comes subrevision D (Brutus+) being 64 times heavier than subrevision B. Dispersion 'BRUTUS+' test: Yorikke; Speed 'FURY' test: Yorikke This torture-test uses 26bit hash table i.e. 67,108,864 slots and dumps stats at step (1<<26)-1. Brutus+ covered 1 billion Knight-Tour derivatives in 30 minutes on T7500 2200Mhz. 'BRUTUS+' source and executable are here: Knight-tour_r8dump_Yorikke_CRC8_BRUTUS+.zip 1,391,929 bytes. To enter the console double-click on 'Yorikke prompt' shortcut and from there execute RUNME.BAT, and dump for 1,024,000,000,000 1Kb UNIQUE chunks begins. Yorikke ... 20 minutes later: Yorikke ... and linear speed benchmark: Yorikke 'FURY' source and executable are here: HASH_linearspeed_Yorikke_vs_CRC32_FURY.zip 52,681 bytes. Take heed: The "ideal" hasher would have all slots equally full with (671,088,639+1)/67,108,864 = 10 stamps, which means FNV1A_Yorikke has 33-10=23 additional keys in THE (1) slot with MAX_depthness=33, this shows how well the rest slots are saturated, not bad! It is handy to have a measure for deviation-from-the-ideal-dispersion or DFTID defined as: DFTID = (MAX_depthness-(NumberOfKeys+1)/Slots) / ((NumberOfKeys+1)/Slots) * 100%, or looking back it is interesting how DFTID behaves: 1:1 FNV1A_Yorikke: DFTID = (12-(67,108,863+1)/67,108,864) / ((67,108,863+1)/67,108,864) * 100% = 1100% CRC32K1 : DFTID = (11-(67,108,863+1)/67,108,864) / ((67,108,863+1)/67,108,864) * 100% = 1000% 10:1 FNV1A_Yorikke: DFTID = (33-(671,088,639+1)/67,108,864) / ((671,088,639+1)/67,108,864) * 100% = 230% CRC32K1 : DFTID = (31-(671,088,639+1)/67,108,864) / ((671,088,639+1)/67,108,864) * 100% = 210% 100:1 FNV1A_Yorikke: DFTID = (160-(6,710,886,399+1)/67,108,864) / ((6,710,886,399+1)/67,108,864) * 100% = 60% CRC32K1 : DFTID = (161-(6,710,886,399+1)/67,108,864) / ((6,710,886,399+1)/67,108,864) * 100% = 61% 1000:1 FNV1A_Yorikke: DFTID = (1,197-(67,108,863,999+1)/67,108,864) / ((67,108,863,999+1)/67,108,864) * 100% = 19% CRC32K1 : DFTID = (1,191-(67,108,863,999+1)/67,108,864) / ((67,108,863,999+1)/67,108,864) * 100% = 19% A console dump (up to 76 billion KT derivatives): Knight-tour_r8dump_Yorikke_CRC8_BRUTUS+_89h_later.txt The results confirm the trend from previous tortures: no wingman really exists - they ax in a pack. It would be nice we all to see the final dump, it takes 1000+h, scary huh! Now, who has got a monster machine? 2012-Oct-21, Kaze

SAM_OBERNIK_Jesteress

Question: Where does the alchemical power of FNV1A_Jesteress lie?
Answer: Mainly in her loop(see the background): ROL,XOR,XOR,IMUL applied at 2x4 bytes once i.e. due to stride/granularity 2x4.

The C sources follow:
// "No High-Speed Limit", says Tesla.
// 
// As a youth, Tesla exhibited a peculiar trait that he considered the basis of all his invention.
// He had an abnormal ability, usually involuntary, to visualize scenes, people, and things so vividly that he was sometimes unsure of what was real and what imaginary.
// Strong flashes of light often accompanied these images.
// Tormented, he would move his hand in front of his eyes to determine whether the objects were simply in his mind or outside.
// He considered the strange ability an affliction at first, but for an inventor it could be a gift.
// Tesla wrote of these phenomena and of his efforts to find an explanation for them, since no psychologist or physiologist was ever able to help him.
// "The theory I have formulated," he wrote much later, is that the images were the result of a reflex action from the brain on the retina under great excitation.
// They certainly were not hallucinations, for in other respects I was normal and composed.
// To give an idea of my distress, suppose that I had witnessed a funeral or some such nerve-wracking spectacle.
// Then, inevitably, in the stillness of the night, a vivid picture of the scene would thrust itself before my eyes and persist despite all my efforts to banish it.
// Sometimes it would even remain fixed in space though I pushed my hand through it.
// /Excerpts from 'Tesla: Master of Lightning', by Margaret Cheney and Robert Uth/
// 
// "It is not the time," said Dr. Tesla yesterday, "to go into the details of this thing.
// It is founded on a principle that means great things in peace, it can be used for great things in war.
// But I repeat, this is no time to talk of such things."
// /New York Times, Dec. 8, 1915/
// 
// On the occasion of his 75th birthday, Tesla talked about new developments.
// "I am working now upon two things," he said.
// "First, an explanation based upon pure mathematics of certain things which Professor Einstein has also attempted to explain.
// My conclusions in certain respects differ from and to that extent tend to disprove the Einstein Theory . . . 
// My explanations of natural phenomena are not so involved as his.
// They are simpler, and when I am ready to make a full announcement it will be seen that I have proved my conclusions."
// "Secondly, I am working to develop a new source of power.
// When I say a new source, I mean that I have turned for power to a source which no previous scientist has turned, to the best of my knowledge.
// The conception, the idea when it first burst upon me was a tremendous shock."
// "It will throw light on many puzzling phenomena of the cosmos, and may prove also of great industrial value, particularly in creating a new and virtually unlimited market for steel."
// Tesla said it will come from an entirely new and unsuspected source, and will be for all practical purposes constant day and night, and at all times of the year.
// The apparatus for capturing the energy and transforming it will partake both of mechanical and electrical features, and will be of ideal simplicity.
// Tesla has already conceived a means that will make it possible for man to transmit energy in large amounts, thousands of horsepower, from one planet to another, absolutely regardless of distance.
// He considered that nothing can be more important than interplanetary communication.
// It will certainly come some day, and the certitude that there are other human beings in the universe, working, suffering, struggling, like ourselves, will produce a magic effect on mankind and will form the foundation of a universal brotherhood that will last as long as humanity itself.
// /Time, July 20, 1931/
// 
// Dr. Nikola Tesla asserted in an interview with Hugo Gernsback that speeds greater than that of light, which are considered impossible by the Einstein theory of relativity, have been produced.
// Stating that the Einstein theory is erroneous in many respects, Dr. Tesla stated as early as 1900, in his patent 787,412, that the current of his radio-power transmitter passed over the surface of the earth with a speed of 292,830 miles a second.
// According to the Einstein theory, the highest possible speed is 186,300 miles a second.
// Tesla indicated knowledge of speeds several times greater than light, and had apparatus designed to project so-called electrons with a speed equal to twice that of light.
// /The Literary Digest, Nov. 7, 1931/
// 
// He had discovered the so-called cosmic ray in 1896, at least five years before any other scientist took it up and twenty years before it became popular among scientists, and he is now convinced that many of the cosmic particles travel fifty times faster than light, some of them 500 times faster.
// /New York World-Telegram, July 11, 1935/
 
// Revision 2 (main mix should be refined), written 2012-Jun-16, thanks to Maciej Adamczyk for his testbed and openness.
 
#define ROL64(x, n) (((x) << (n)) | ((x) >> (64-(n))))
#define ROL(x, n) (((x) << (n)) | ((x) >> (32-(n))))
uint64_t FNV1A_Hash_Tesla(const char *str, size_t wrdlen)
{
	const uint64_t PRIME = 11400714819323198393ULL;
	uint64_t hash64 = 2166136261U; // should be much bigger
	uint64_t hash64B = 2166136261U; // should be much bigger
	const char *p = str;
	
	for(; wrdlen >= 2*2*2*sizeof(uint32_t); wrdlen -= 2*2*2*sizeof(uint32_t), p += 2*2*2*sizeof(uint32_t)) {
		hash64 = (hash64 ^ (ROL64(*(unsigned long long *)(p+0),5-0)^*(unsigned long long *)(p+8))) * PRIME;
		hash64B = (hash64B ^ (ROL64(*(unsigned long long *)(p+8+8),5-0)^*(unsigned long long *)(p+8+8+8))) * PRIME;
	}

        hash64 = (hash64 ^ hash64B); // Some mix, the simplest is given, maybe the B-line should be rolled by 32bits before xoring.

	// Cases: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,... 15,... 31
	if (wrdlen & (2*2*sizeof(uint32_t))) {
		hash64 = (hash64 ^ (ROL(*(uint32_t *)(p+0),5-0)^*(uint32_t *)(p+4))) * PRIME;		
		hash64 = (hash64 ^ (ROL(*(uint32_t *)(p+4+4),5-0)^*(uint32_t *)(p+4+4+4))) * PRIME;		
		p += 2*2*sizeof(uint32_t);
	}
	if (wrdlen & (2*sizeof(uint32_t))) {
		hash64 = (hash64 ^ (ROL(*(uint32_t *)p,5-0)^*(uint32_t *)(p+4))) * PRIME;		
		p += 2*sizeof(uint32_t);
	}
	if (wrdlen & sizeof(uint32_t)) {
		hash64 = (hash64 ^ *(uint32_t*)p) * PRIME;
		p += sizeof(uint32_t);
	}
	if (wrdlen & sizeof(uint16_t)) {
		hash64 = (hash64 ^ *(uint16_t*)p) * PRIME;
		p += sizeof(uint16_t);
	}
	if (wrdlen & 1) 
		hash64 = (hash64 ^ *p) * PRIME;
	
	return hash64 ^ (hash64 >> 32);
}

SAM_OBERNIK_Jesteress
// The jester as a symbol:
// The root of the word "fool" is from the Latin follis, which means "bag of wind" or that which contains air or breath.
// In Tarot, "The Fool" is the first card of the Major Arcana.
// The tarot depiction of the Fool includes a man, (or less often, a woman), juggling unconcernedly or otherwise distracted, with a dog (sometimes cat) at his heels.
// The fool is in the act of unknowingly walking off the edge of a cliff, precipice or other high place.
// Another Tarot character is Death. In the Middle Ages Death is often shown in Jester's garb because "The last laugh is reserved for death." Also, Death humbles everyone just as Jesters make fun of everyone regardless of standing.
// In literature, the jester is symbolic of common sense and of honesty, notably in King Lear, the court jester is a character used for insight and advice on the part of the monarch, taking advantage of his license to mock and speak freely to dispense frank observations and highlight the folly of his monarch.
// This presents a clashing irony as a "greater" man could dispense the same advice and find himself being detained in the dungeons or even executed. Only as the lowliest member of the court can the jester be the monarch's most useful adviser.
// Distinction was made between fools and clowns, or country bumpkins.
// The fool's status was one of privilege within a royal or noble household.
// His folly could be regarded as the raving of a madman but was often deemed to be divinely inspired.
// The 'natural' fool was touched by God. Much to Gonerill's annoyance, Lear's 'all-licensed' Fool enjoys a privileged status. His characteristic idiom suggests he is a 'natural' fool, not an artificial one, though his perceptiveness and wit show that he is far from being an idiot, however 'touched' he might be.
// The position of the Joker playing card, as a wild card which has no fixed place in the hierarchy of King, Queen, Knave, etc. might be a remnant of the position of the court jester.
// This lack of any place in the hierarchy meant Kings could trust the counsel of the jesters, as they had no vested interest in any region, estate or church.
// Source: en.wikipedia.org
#define ROL(x, n) (((x) << (n)) | ((x) >> (32-(n))))
UINT FNV1A_Hash_Jesteress(const char *str, SIZE_T wrdlen)
{
    const UINT PRIME = 709607;
    UINT hash32 = 2166136261;
    const char *p = str;

    // Idea comes from Igor Pavlov's 7zCRC, thanks.
/*
    for(; wrdlen && ((unsigned)(ptrdiff_t)p&3); wrdlen -= 1, p++) {
        hash32 = (hash32 ^ *p) * PRIME;
    }
*/
    for(; wrdlen >= 2*sizeof(DWORD); wrdlen -= 2*sizeof(DWORD), p += 2*sizeof(DWORD)) {
        hash32 = (hash32 ^ (ROL(*(DWORD *)p,5)^*(DWORD *)(p+4))) * PRIME;        
    }
    // Cases: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7
    if (wrdlen & sizeof(DWORD)) {
        hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(DWORD*)p) * PRIME;
        p += sizeof(DWORD);
    }
    if (wrdlen & sizeof(WORD)) {
        hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)p) * PRIME;
        p += sizeof(WORD);
    }
    if (wrdlen & 1) 
        hash32 = (hash32 ^ *p) * PRIME;
    
    return hash32 ^ (hash32 >> 16);
}

// Meiyan means Beauty, Charming Eyes or most precisely: SOULFUL EYES.
UINT FNV1A_Hash_Meiyan(const char *str, SIZE_T wrdlen)
{
    const UINT PRIME = 709607;
    UINT hash32 = 2166136261;
    const char *p = str;

    // Idea comes from Igor Pavlov's 7zCRC, thanks.
/*
    for(; wrdlen && ((unsigned)(ptrdiff_t)p&3); wrdlen -= 1, p++) {
        hash32 = (hash32 ^ *p) * PRIME;
    }
*/
    for(; wrdlen >= 2*sizeof(DWORD); wrdlen -= 2*sizeof(DWORD), p += 2*sizeof(DWORD)) {
        hash32 = (hash32 ^ (ROL(*(DWORD *)p,5)^*(DWORD *)(p+4))) * PRIME;        
    }
    // Cases: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7
    if (wrdlen & sizeof(DWORD)) {
//		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(DWORD*)p) * PRIME;
//		p += sizeof(DWORD);
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)p) * PRIME;
		p += sizeof(WORD);
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)p) * PRIME;
		p += sizeof(WORD);        
    }
    if (wrdlen & sizeof(WORD)) {
        hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)p) * PRIME;
        p += sizeof(WORD);
    }
    if (wrdlen & 1) 
        hash32 = (hash32 ^ *p) * PRIME;
    
    return hash32 ^ (hash32 >> 16);
}

// Mantis has two(three to be exact) gears: it operates as WORD based FNV1A for 1..15 lengths and as QWORD based FNV1A 16.. lengths.
// I see the instant mantis' grasping-and-devouring as MONSTROUS QUADRO-BYTE-PAIRs BAITs(IN-MIX) while target secured within FIRM-GRIP of forelimbs(PRE-MIX & POST-MIX).
// Word 'mantical'(Of or relating to the foretelling of events by or as if by supernatural means) comes from Greek mantikos, from the Greek word mantis, meaning "prophet, seer."
// The Greeks, who made the connection between the upraised front legs of a mantis waiting for its prey and the hands of a prophet in prayer, used the name mantis to mean "the praying mantis."
UINT FNV1A_Hash_Mantis(const char *str, SIZE_T wrdlen)
{
	const UINT PRIME = 709607;
	UINT hash32 = 2166136261;
	const char *p = str;
	// Cases: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7
	if (wrdlen & sizeof(DWORD)) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)p) * PRIME;
		p += sizeof(WORD);
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)p) * PRIME;
		p += sizeof(WORD);
		//wrdlen -= sizeof(DWORD);
	}
	if (wrdlen & sizeof(WORD)) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)p) * PRIME;
		p += sizeof(WORD);
		//wrdlen -= sizeof(WORD);
	}
	if (wrdlen & 1) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *p) * PRIME;
		p += sizeof(char);
		//wrdlen -= sizeof(char);
	}
		wrdlen -= p-str;
// The goal is to avoid the weak range [8, 8+2, 8+1] that is 8..10 in practice 1..15 i.e. 1..8+4+2+1, thus amending FNV1A_Meiyan and FNV1A_Jesteress.
// FNV1A_Jesteress: fastest strong
// FNV1A_Meiyan   : faster  stronger
// FNV1A_Mantis   : fast    strongest
	if (wrdlen) {
	for(; wrdlen > 2*sizeof(DWORD); wrdlen -= 2*sizeof(DWORD), p += 2*sizeof(DWORD)) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ (ROL(*(DWORD *)p,5)^*(DWORD *)(p+4))) * PRIME;		
	}
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)(p+0*sizeof(WORD))) * PRIME;
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)(p+1*sizeof(WORD))) * PRIME;
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)(p+2*sizeof(WORD))) * PRIME;
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)(p+3*sizeof(WORD))) * PRIME;
	} // Bug Fixed!        
	return hash32 ^ (hash32 >> 16);
}

// "There it now stands for ever. Black on white.
// I can't get away from it. Ahoy, Yorikke, ahoy, hoy, ho!
// Go to hell now if you wish. What do I care? It's all the same now to me.
// I am part of you now. Where you go I go, where you leave I leave, when you go to the devil I go. Married.
// Vanished from the living. Damned and doomed. Of me there is not left a breath in all the vast world.
// Ahoy, Yorikke! Ahoy, hoy, ho!
// I am not buried in the sea,
// The death ship is now part of me
// So far from sunny New Orleans
// So far from lovely Louisiana."
// /An excerpt from 'THE DEATH SHIP - THE STORY OF AN AMERICAN SAILOR' by B.TRAVEN/
// 
// "Walking home to our good old Yorikke, I could not help thinking of this beautiful ship, with a crew on board that had faces as if they were seeing ghosts by day and by night.
// Compared to that gilded Empress, the Yorikke was an honorable old lady with lavender sachets in her drawers.
// Yorikke did not pretend to anything she was not. She lived up to her looks. Honest to her lowest ribs and to the leaks in her bilge.
// Now, what is this? I find myself falling in love with that old jane.
// All right, I cannot pass by you, Yorikke; I have to tell you I love you. Honest, baby, I love you.
// I have six black finger-nails, and four black and green-blue nails on my toes, which you, honey, gave me when necking you.
// Grate-bars have crushed some of my toes. And each finger-nail has its own painful story to tell.
// My chest, my back, my arms, my legs are covered with scars of burns and scorchings.
// Each scar, when it was being created, caused me pains which I shall surely never forget.
// But every outcry of pain was a love-cry for you, honey.
// You are no hypocrite. Your heart does not bleed tears when you do not feel heart-aches deeply and truly.
// You do not dance on the water if you do not feel like being jolly and kicking chasers in the pants.
// Your heart never lies. It is fine and clean like polished gold. Never mind the rags, honey dear.
// When you laugh, your whole soul and all your body is laughing.
// And when you weep, sweety, then you weep so that even the reefs you pass feel like weeping with you.
// I never want to leave you again, honey. I mean it. Not for all the rich and elegant buckets in the world.
// I love you, my gypsy of the sea!"
// /An excerpt from 'THE DEATH SHIP - THE STORY OF AN AMERICAN SAILOR' by B.TRAVEN/
UINT FNV1A_Hash_Yorikke(const char *str, SIZE_T wrdlen)
{
    const UINT PRIME = 709607;
    UINT hash32 = 2166136261;
    UINT hash32B = 2166136261;
    const char *p = str;

    for(; wrdlen >= 2*2*sizeof(DWORD); wrdlen -= 2*2*sizeof(DWORD), p += 2*2*sizeof(DWORD)) {
        hash32 = (hash32 ^ (_rotl(*(DWORD *)(p+0),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+4))) * PRIME;        
        hash32B = (hash32B ^ (_rotl(*(DWORD *)(p+8),5) ^ *(DWORD *)(p+12))) * PRIME;        
    }

    // Cases: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,...,15
    if (wrdlen & 2*sizeof(DWORD)) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(DWORD*)(p+0)) * PRIME;
		hash32B = (hash32B ^ *(DWORD*)(p+4)) * PRIME;
		p += 4*sizeof(WORD);
    }
    // Cases: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7
    if (wrdlen & sizeof(DWORD)) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)(p+0)) * PRIME;
		hash32B = (hash32B ^ *(WORD*)(p+2)) * PRIME;
		p += 2*sizeof(WORD);
    }
    if (wrdlen & sizeof(WORD)) {
        hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)p) * PRIME;
        p += sizeof(WORD);
    }
    if (wrdlen & 1) 
        hash32 = (hash32 ^ *p) * PRIME;

    hash32 = (hash32 ^ _rotl(hash32B,5) ) * PRIME;
    return hash32 ^ (hash32 >> 16);
}
Note: Caution, the align fragment is intended for benchmarking only, uncommented it doesn't make sense since the hash value(stamp) varies for a given key!

Hash Hash

Below is the results regarding speed [collisions] of Heavy-Hash-Hustle dumps:
Intel Merom 2166MHz Intel Reserved AMD Reserved
Dataset #01 Dataset #02 Dataset #03 Dataset #04 Dataset #05 Dataset #06
FNV1A_Mantis 2413719[481137] 12930739[2082213]25184767[3298270]251199[52712]414327[74643]12863399[4523028]
FNV1A_Meiyan 2296414[593723] 12658145[2111271]24605618[3345260]242771[52910]395834[75377]12759593[4562577]
FNV1A_Jesteress 2334935[691369] 12596903[2121868]24494654[3355676]240214[52684]392759[75404]12740429[4564891]
FNV1A_Jester 2532374[689339] 12620132[2138053]24522728[3369088]240926[52966]393213[74478]13373862[4527332]
FNV1A_Smaragd 2451504[480914] 13081017[2083208]25399886[3298433]254406[52774]419938[74554]15314340[4514617]
FNV1A_Peregrine 2553288[546915] 13155463[2104754]25476487[3333193]255271[52551]422477[74510]13523515[4525910]
FNV1A_Whiz 2644995[689339] 12714050[2138053]24712231[3369088]243760[52966]399576[74478]13478041[4527332]
FNV1A_Nefertiti 2754790[763451] 12962745[2252381]24514211[3505371]250678[52963]409512[74597]13647707[4533171]
FNV-1a 2607209[477067] 13478666[2081195]26182717[3297552]267269[52829]443748[74184]18838588[4514228]
Sixtinsensitive+ 2785338[716367] 13392683[2251734]25269507[3507772]260960[53040]425846[78303]15194138[4571792]
Sixtinsensitive 2693935[582793] 13123326[2139242]24895751[3373923]258583[53081]426444[75351]15675147[4574963]
Alfalfa_Rollick 2464491[604098] 11931702[2114568]22569538[3408920]245399[52745]356909[74773]15486202[4578086]
Alfalfa 2517619[475434] 12097970[2074883]22883168[3288684]250239[52594]366013[74581]18691053[4512330]
Alfalfa_HALF 2534795[480071] 11957514[2077426]22431857[3286890]246829[52454]361837[74959]18849216[4515984]
Alfalfa_DWORD 2538306[475434] 12160517[2074883]22937778[3288684]250081[52594]367279[74764]19143659[4512167]
Alfalfa_QWORD 2657875[475434] 12406482[2074883]23426567[3288684]257633[52594]380065[74544]17753925[4511936]
Bernstein 2620031[474048] 12266884[2074237]23089267[3290766]257544[52770]378196[73941]19277998[4514664]
K&R 2488521[474011] 12021643[2083145]22595611[3290941]253343[52642]359354[74758]19280168[4514310]
x17 unrolled 2564855[475528] 11753086[2410605]22029009[3830652]249251[53556]362985[75124]19022472[4518655]
x65599 2867932[654463] 12608723[2102893]24292847[3325064]258234[52988]382228[74541]18878727[4519641]
Sedgewick 2583433[477931] 12518290[2080640]24140802[3302263]257308[52920]372734[74796]19003576[4514049]
Weinberger 2612522[1159267] 15276695[3541181]28462932[5732660]353478[103386]483246[140473]37229689[6171423]
Paul Larson 2580010[475575] 12305980[2080111]23409268[3296692]254534[52970]375440[74389]18898430[4516902]
Paul Hsieh 2636600[543835] 13655820[2180206]26476061[3498543]267807[52729]444059[74724]16202524[4538732]
One At Time 2792770[477667] 13938482[2087861]27124361[3304908]279998[52836]467767[74614]24770898[4513773]
lookup3 2676529[476566] 13740605[2084889]26621784[3299369]272643[52868]457962[74784]16437735[4513053]
Arash Partow 2693787[478246] 12679559[2084572]24288549[3325683]260960[52887]381777[74558]24023152[4511414]
CRC-32 2438523[472854] 13217117[2075088]25689258[3298998]259297[52931]428642[74307]17614311[4517290]
Ramakrishna 2714952[476020] 12564419[2093253]23708997[3321824]264756[52764]394460[74499]22195139[4516115]
Fletcher 43741532[2856890] 40359342[9063797]63633157[14915258]353081[182747]481416[323403]21263236[5125308]
Murmur2 2492442[476330] 13238086[2081476]25677670[3297709]258906[52738]429434[74234]14067201[4512608]
Hanson 2409295[534251] 13348765[2129832]26004069[3408497]267967[57741]440258[82666]974261781[5824709]
Novak unrolled 2482821[657377] 40655254[6318611]77520098[10591108]248137[70274]390613[117885]16361514[4792872]
SBox 2562416[476681] 13229607[2084018]25711903[3298021]260912[52688]435717[74645]15186352[4513800]
MaPrime2c 2671380[477151] 13623451[2084467]26431104[3299747]272618[52435]455300[74249]19237607[4514406]

Dataset #01: 2,995,394 IP addresses; File: 42,892,307 bytes IPS.TXT
Dataset #02: 12,561,874 ASCII latin-letter words 1..31 chars long; File: 146,973,879 bytes Word-list_12,561,874_wikipedia-en-html.tar.wrd
Dataset #03: 22,202,980 ASCII latin-letter words 1..31 chars long; File: 278,013,406 bytes Word-list_22,202,980_wikipedia-de-en-es-fr-it-nl-pt-ro-html.tar.wrd
Dataset #04: 351,114 ASCII latin-letter words; File: 4,024,146 bytes Word-list_00,351,114_English_Spell-Check_Unknown-Quality.wrd
Dataset #05: 584,879 ASCII cyrillic-letter words; File: 7,000,453 bytes Word-list_00,584,879_Russian_Spell-Check_Unknown-Quality.slv
Dataset #06: 10,920,423 XML lines; File: 1,000,000,000 bytes enwik9

Note #1: The benchmark program is compiled as 32bit code.
Note #2: The cells of fastest hasher for a given dataset are enlightened in ochre color.

For reference: www.strchr.com, www.sanmayce.com/Fastest_Hash/index.html#Heavy-Hash-Hustle

The table above in PNG format:

Hash

I want more people to experience the hash-benchmark-fun, also to offer a playground/base for further improvements, so here is my newest test package:

Hash
http://www.sanmayce.com/Downloads/_KAZE_hash_test_r2.7z 107,010,915 bytes
http://www.sanmayce.com/Downloads/_KAZE_hash_test_r3.7z 224,916,121 bytes

A test on enwik8 follows:

FNV1A_Jesteress_VS_enwik8
http://www.sanmayce.com/Fastest_Hash/_KAZE_hash_test_r2_enwik8_line-by-line.7z 25,021,947 bytes

The [un]real-world implementation follows:

Leprechaun
Leprechaun_r13_7pluses_EXEs.zip 2,373,627 bytes

A PDF booklet with my 13 C functions compiled with VS2008 follows:

Hash etudes in C Hash etudes in C Hash etudes in C
Hash_etudes_in_C_Kaze_13-HASHERS_26-pages.pdf 2,108,148 bytes

The enwik8 and enwik9 and 100MB-at-once tests follow:
 D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\_KAZE_hash_test_r2_enwik>dir
 Volume in drive D is H320_Vol5
 Volume Serial Number is 0CB3-C881

 Directory of D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\_KAZE_hash_test_r2_enwik

11/24/2010  09:10 PM    <DIR>          .
11/24/2010  09:10 PM    <DIR>          ..
11/16/2010  03:19 PM       104,857,601 100MBSPC.TXT
05/19/2006  06:51 PM       100,000,000 enwik8
11/24/2010  05:12 AM     1,000,000,000 enwik9
11/14/2010  02:39 PM           205,535 hash.cod
11/14/2010  02:39 PM            87,040 hash.exe
               5 File(s)  1,205,150,176 bytes
               2 Dir(s)   5,580,771,328 bytes free

D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\_KAZE_hash_test_r2_enwik>hash enwik9
10920423 lines read
33554432 elements in the table (25 bits)
     FNV1A_Jesteress:   12796491  12735390  12738506  12734338  12740729|  12734338 [ 4564891]
        FNV1A_Jester:   13399817  13431657  13389240  13391238  13381023|  13381023 [ 4527332]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:   15775870  15768467  15770752  15767430  15770635|  15767430 [ 4514617]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:   13590555  13579013  13552440  13550553  13548499|  13548499 [ 4525910]
          FNV1A_Whiz:   13783512  13784112  13786990  13782973  13782178|  13782178 [ 4527332]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:   13497109  13514489  13470105  13469055  13464827|  13464827 [ 4533171]
              FNV-1a:   20569711  20579608  20577926  20574575  20615774|  20569711 [ 4514228]
    Sixtinsensitive+:   15007403  15002784  14997077  14997179  15000023|  14997077 [ 4571792]
     Sixtinsensitive:   15706794  15706603  15711819  15758209  15707881|  15706603 [ 4574963]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:   15577676  15575188  15570904  15577754  15575467|  15570904 [ 4578086]
             Alfalfa:   18638153  18662018  18673644  18645131  18642542|  18638153 [ 4512330]
        Alfalfa_HALF:   18754883  18758698  18752533  18743002  18797406|  18743002 [ 4515984]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:   19352724  19354880  19356240  19356354  19354432|  19352724 [ 4512167]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:   17289133  17297717  17332076  17291703  17288879|  17288879 [ 4511936]
           Bernstein:   21028376  21026491  21025604  21029136  21072189|  21025604 [ 4514664]
                 K&R:   20989699  20992220  20994199  20990003  20988337|  20988337 [ 4514310]
        x17 unrolled:   18872870  18918231  18875095  18873134  18872874|  18872870 [ 4518655]
              x65599:   18624937  18618420  18617181  18642044  18635116|  18617181 [ 4519641]
           Sedgewick:   21163699  21156232  21159424  21175629  21184435|  21156232 [ 4514049]
          Weinberger:   37135024  37093647  37088177  37097831  37122951|  37088177 [ 6171423]
         Paul Larson:   18671876  18671067  18674438  18671839  18675036|  18671067 [ 4516902]
          Paul Hsieh:   16070251  16082464  16037019  16038871  16041813|  16037019 [ 4538732]
         One At Time:   23905600  23909703  23909135  23943048  23909569|  23905600 [ 4513773]
             lookup3:   16402018  16386640  16384334  16393605  16393154|  16384334 [ 4513053]
        Arash Partow:   23851696  23852640  23839370  23836697  23839104|  23836697 [ 4511414]
              CRC-32:   17496870  17492521  17540753  17494116  17492893|  17492521 [ 4517290]
         Ramakrishna:   22133216  22135220  22132811  22134040  22172708|  22132811 [ 4516115]
            Fletcher:   21004011  20981219  20939654  21008081  21004611|  20939654 [ 5125308]
             Murmur2:   13923888  13960535  13925020  13911549  13909965|  13909965 [ 4512608]
              Hanson:  956465603 955424747 955402397 954864622 927843875| 927843875 [ 5824709]
      Novak unrolled:   15915522  15919264  15915181  15924471  15949493|  15915181 [ 4792872]
                SBox:   14775536  14757369  14767683  14765018  14767925|  14757369 [ 4513800]
           MaPrime2c:   21059646  21065400  21078186  21085142  21058676|  21058676 [ 4514406]

D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\_KAZE_hash_test_r2_enwik>hash enwik8
919074 lines read
2097152 elements in the table (21 bits)
     FNV1A_Jesteress:    1030401   1020443   1017947   1019561   1018426|   1017947 [  316210]
        FNV1A_Jester:    1092725   1090372   1092323   1090106   1089523|   1089523 [  315221]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:    1326578   1326763   1330208   1325480   1327760|   1325480 [  315159]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:    1103527   1104404   1100986   1102506   1103528|   1100986 [  315363]
          FNV1A_Whiz:    1124334   1122495   1122843   1123390   1123553|   1122495 [  315221]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:    1094852   1092396   1094411   1092751   1093810|   1092396 [  315017]
              FNV-1a:    1795836   1797481   1796935   1797757   1797534|   1795836 [  314801]
    Sixtinsensitive+:    1220547   1220651   1218662   1218927   1220401|   1218662 [  318004]
     Sixtinsensitive:    1287432   1288726   1287063   1288637   1287936|   1287063 [  317380]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:    1301484   1300673   1299377   1300947   1301000|   1299377 [  315641]
             Alfalfa:    1604459   1607149   1606236   1608056   1605935|   1604459 [  315210]
        Alfalfa_HALF:    1622073   1622394   1623213   1620523   1623093|   1620523 [  315095]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:    1684441   1685844   1684890   1684675   1685705|   1684441 [  315312]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:    1475064   1472458   1471855   1472598   1472887|   1471855 [  315200]
           Bernstein:    1843387   1846106   1847121   1845746   1846635|   1843387 [  314979]
                 K&R:    1840644   1841084   1839762   1840930   1841087|   1839762 [  314963]
        x17 unrolled:    1637478   1636625   1635404   1635798   1647075|   1635404 [  315388]
              x65599:    1609827   1614233   1615340   1608074   1616273|   1608074 [  315732]
           Sedgewick:    1857670   1853199   1850824   1850754   1851505|   1850754 [  314968]
          Weinberger:    3272109   3271808   3273440   3270558   3272720|   3270558 [  501816]
         Paul Larson:    1608034   1610174   1608577   1609425   1607855|   1607855 [  315253]
          Paul Hsieh:    1339515   1338516   1335302   1337730   1338524|   1335302 [  315244]
         One At Time:    2126343   2128321   2128216   2129375   2127739|   2126343 [  315418]
             lookup3:    1383334   1383343   1383130   1382369   1380879|   1380879 [  315370]
        Arash Partow:    2129161   2132835   2130727   2130904   2131800|   2129161 [  315008]
              CRC-32:    1496203   1495985   1495106   1496618   1493594|   1493594 [  314715]
         Ramakrishna:    1954804   1955680   1957028   1956750   1956135|   1954804 [  315085]
            Fletcher:    1131394   1134632   1130678   1131672   1130345|   1130345 [  334599]
             Murmur2:    1131370   1132739   1129119   1131116   1128717|   1128717 [  314921]
              Hanson:    1784928   1785631   1785588   1782073   1783598|   1782073 [  409582]
      Novak unrolled:    1260382   1260685   1260265   1259581   1260572|   1259581 [  320229]
                SBox:    1251919   1250036   1251677   1253511   1250094|   1250036 [  314979]
           MaPrime2c:    1876062   1878006   1877037   1878611   1875559|   1875559 [  315057]

D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\_KAZE_hash_test_r2_enwik>hash 100MBSPC.TXT
1 lines read
4 elements in the table (2 bits)
     FNV1A_Jesteress:     235368    235559    235747    235583    236088|    235368 [       0]
        FNV1A_Jester:     328880    327218    328911    327517    326739|    326739 [       0]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:     585008    584065    586051    584459    585638|    584065 [       0]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:     328931    330032    328156    328700    328757|    328156 [       0]
          FNV1A_Whiz:     358052    357389    357164    358866    357337|    357164 [       0]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:     323505    325051    324196    323114    325218|    323114 [       0]
              FNV-1a:    1139414   1140660   1140611   1140963   1139259|   1139259 [       0]
    Sixtinsensitive+:     432612    433076    432613    432793    433792|    432612 [       0]
     Sixtinsensitive:     527737    528899    527695    528059    527338|    527338 [       0]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:     562519    559592    561142    560121    561392|    559592 [       0]
             Alfalfa:     935065    935323    934565    935332    935529|    934565 [       0]
        Alfalfa_HALF:     944500    945513    944826    945264    944574|    944500 [       0]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:     992610    992300    993961    993355    991459|    991459 [       0]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:     682109    680178    682406    681923    680577|    680178 [       0]
           Bernstein:    1165549   1159257   1161839   1163345   1164136|   1159257 [       0]
                 K&R:    1167227   1169360   1166520   1165034   1166657|   1165034 [       0]
        x17 unrolled:     957812    956872    957821    956105    958071|    956105 [       0]
              x65599:     949272    949222    949445    950485    950091|    949222 [       0]
           Sedgewick:    1264650   1265982   1267661   1266680   1266231|   1264650 [       0]
          Weinberger:    1931177   1931714   1926573   1926161   1931291|   1926161 [       0]
         Paul Larson:     950353    948404    949283    950473    950337|    948404 [       0]
          Paul Hsieh:     581208    580436    579722    580279    581338|    579722 [       0]
         One At Time:    1441427   1442613   1441888   1442527   1442621|   1441427 [       0]
             lookup3:     561488    563058    562636    563815    562019|    561488 [       0]
        Arash Partow:    1499531   1500226   1498240   1500006   1499430|   1498240 [       0]
              CRC-32:     770444    770513    769098    768966    770984|    768966 [       0]
         Ramakrishna:    1324620   1321868   1318312   1322101   1324248|   1318312 [       0]
            Fletcher:     307096    306563    306838    306400    308822|    306400 [       0]
             Murmur2:     350486    348457    347581    347467    347656|    347467 [       0]
              Hanson:     517737    517485    517222    515872    515345|    515345 [       0]
      Novak unrolled:     519008    519162    520171    517508    519433|    517508 [       0]
                SBox:     517483    520035    518570    519797    517625|    517483 [       0]
           MaPrime2c:    1203735   1204008   1203408   1205118   1205212|   1203408 [       0]

D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\_KAZE_hash_test_r2_enwik>sort enwik9.txt /+75
     FNV1A_Jesteress:   12796491  12735390  12738506  12734338  12740729|  12734338 [ 4564891]
        FNV1A_Jester:   13399817  13431657  13389240  13391238  13381023|  13381023 [ 4527332]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:   13497109  13514489  13470105  13469055  13464827|  13464827 [ 4533171]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:   13590555  13579013  13552440  13550553  13548499|  13548499 [ 4525910]
          FNV1A_Whiz:   13783512  13784112  13786990  13782973  13782178|  13782178 [ 4527332]
             Murmur2:   13923888  13960535  13925020  13911549  13909965|  13909965 [ 4512608]
                SBox:   14775536  14757369  14767683  14765018  14767925|  14757369 [ 4513800]
    Sixtinsensitive+:   15007403  15002784  14997077  14997179  15000023|  14997077 [ 4571792]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:   15577676  15575188  15570904  15577754  15575467|  15570904 [ 4578086]
     Sixtinsensitive:   15706794  15706603  15711819  15758209  15707881|  15706603 [ 4574963]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:   15775870  15768467  15770752  15767430  15770635|  15767430 [ 4514617]
      Novak unrolled:   15915522  15919264  15915181  15924471  15949493|  15915181 [ 4792872]
          Paul Hsieh:   16070251  16082464  16037019  16038871  16041813|  16037019 [ 4538732]
             lookup3:   16402018  16386640  16384334  16393605  16393154|  16384334 [ 4513053]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:   17289133  17297717  17332076  17291703  17288879|  17288879 [ 4511936]
              CRC-32:   17496870  17492521  17540753  17494116  17492893|  17492521 [ 4517290]
              x65599:   18624937  18618420  18617181  18642044  18635116|  18617181 [ 4519641]
             Alfalfa:   18638153  18662018  18673644  18645131  18642542|  18638153 [ 4512330]
         Paul Larson:   18671876  18671067  18674438  18671839  18675036|  18671067 [ 4516902]
        Alfalfa_HALF:   18754883  18758698  18752533  18743002  18797406|  18743002 [ 4515984]
        x17 unrolled:   18872870  18918231  18875095  18873134  18872874|  18872870 [ 4518655]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:   19352724  19354880  19356240  19356354  19354432|  19352724 [ 4512167]
              FNV-1a:   20569711  20579608  20577926  20574575  20615774|  20569711 [ 4514228]
            Fletcher:   21004011  20981219  20939654  21008081  21004611|  20939654 [ 5125308]
                 K&R:   20989699  20992220  20994199  20990003  20988337|  20988337 [ 4514310]
           Bernstein:   21028376  21026491  21025604  21029136  21072189|  21025604 [ 4514664]
           MaPrime2c:   21059646  21065400  21078186  21085142  21058676|  21058676 [ 4514406]
           Sedgewick:   21163699  21156232  21159424  21175629  21184435|  21156232 [ 4514049]
         Ramakrishna:   22133216  22135220  22132811  22134040  22172708|  22132811 [ 4516115]
        Arash Partow:   23851696  23852640  23839370  23836697  23839104|  23836697 [ 4511414]
         One At Time:   23905600  23909703  23909135  23943048  23909569|  23905600 [ 4513773]
          Weinberger:   37135024  37093647  37088177  37097831  37122951|  37088177 [ 6171423]
              Hanson:  956465603 955424747 955402397 954864622 927843875| 927843875 [ 5824709]

D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\_KAZE_hash_test_r2_enwik>sort enwik8.txt /+75
     FNV1A_Jesteress:    1030401   1020443   1017947   1019561   1018426|   1017947 [  316210]
        FNV1A_Jester:    1092725   1090372   1092323   1090106   1089523|   1089523 [  315221]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:    1094852   1092396   1094411   1092751   1093810|   1092396 [  315017]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:    1103527   1104404   1100986   1102506   1103528|   1100986 [  315363]
          FNV1A_Whiz:    1124334   1122495   1122843   1123390   1123553|   1122495 [  315221]
             Murmur2:    1131370   1132739   1129119   1131116   1128717|   1128717 [  314921]
            Fletcher:    1131394   1134632   1130678   1131672   1130345|   1130345 [  334599]
    Sixtinsensitive+:    1220547   1220651   1218662   1218927   1220401|   1218662 [  318004]
                SBox:    1251919   1250036   1251677   1253511   1250094|   1250036 [  314979]
      Novak unrolled:    1260382   1260685   1260265   1259581   1260572|   1259581 [  320229]
     Sixtinsensitive:    1287432   1288726   1287063   1288637   1287936|   1287063 [  317380]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:    1301484   1300673   1299377   1300947   1301000|   1299377 [  315641]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:    1326578   1326763   1330208   1325480   1327760|   1325480 [  315159]
          Paul Hsieh:    1339515   1338516   1335302   1337730   1338524|   1335302 [  315244]
             lookup3:    1383334   1383343   1383130   1382369   1380879|   1380879 [  315370]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:    1475064   1472458   1471855   1472598   1472887|   1471855 [  315200]
              CRC-32:    1496203   1495985   1495106   1496618   1493594|   1493594 [  314715]
             Alfalfa:    1604459   1607149   1606236   1608056   1605935|   1604459 [  315210]
         Paul Larson:    1608034   1610174   1608577   1609425   1607855|   1607855 [  315253]
              x65599:    1609827   1614233   1615340   1608074   1616273|   1608074 [  315732]
        Alfalfa_HALF:    1622073   1622394   1623213   1620523   1623093|   1620523 [  315095]
        x17 unrolled:    1637478   1636625   1635404   1635798   1647075|   1635404 [  315388]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:    1684441   1685844   1684890   1684675   1685705|   1684441 [  315312]
              Hanson:    1784928   1785631   1785588   1782073   1783598|   1782073 [  409582]
              FNV-1a:    1795836   1797481   1796935   1797757   1797534|   1795836 [  314801]
                 K&R:    1840644   1841084   1839762   1840930   1841087|   1839762 [  314963]
           Bernstein:    1843387   1846106   1847121   1845746   1846635|   1843387 [  314979]
           Sedgewick:    1857670   1853199   1850824   1850754   1851505|   1850754 [  314968]
           MaPrime2c:    1876062   1878006   1877037   1878611   1875559|   1875559 [  315057]
         Ramakrishna:    1954804   1955680   1957028   1956750   1956135|   1954804 [  315085]
         One At Time:    2126343   2128321   2128216   2129375   2127739|   2126343 [  315418]
        Arash Partow:    2129161   2132835   2130727   2130904   2131800|   2129161 [  315008]
          Weinberger:    3272109   3271808   3273440   3270558   3272720|   3270558 [  501816]

D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\_KAZE_hash_test_r2_enwik>sort 100MB_at-once.txt /+75
     FNV1A_Jesteress:     235368    235559    235747    235583    236088|    235368 [       0]
            Fletcher:     307096    306563    306838    306400    308822|    306400 [       0]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:     323505    325051    324196    323114    325218|    323114 [       0]
        FNV1A_Jester:     328880    327218    328911    327517    326739|    326739 [       0]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:     328931    330032    328156    328700    328757|    328156 [       0]
             Murmur2:     350486    348457    347581    347467    347656|    347467 [       0]
          FNV1A_Whiz:     358052    357389    357164    358866    357337|    357164 [       0]
    Sixtinsensitive+:     432612    433076    432613    432793    433792|    432612 [       0]
              Hanson:     517737    517485    517222    515872    515345|    515345 [       0]
                SBox:     517483    520035    518570    519797    517625|    517483 [       0]
      Novak unrolled:     519008    519162    520171    517508    519433|    517508 [       0]
     Sixtinsensitive:     527737    528899    527695    528059    527338|    527338 [       0]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:     562519    559592    561142    560121    561392|    559592 [       0]
             lookup3:     561488    563058    562636    563815    562019|    561488 [       0]
          Paul Hsieh:     581208    580436    579722    580279    581338|    579722 [       0]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:     585008    584065    586051    584459    585638|    584065 [       0]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:     682109    680178    682406    681923    680577|    680178 [       0]
              CRC-32:     770444    770513    769098    768966    770984|    768966 [       0]
             Alfalfa:     935065    935323    934565    935332    935529|    934565 [       0]
        Alfalfa_HALF:     944500    945513    944826    945264    944574|    944500 [       0]
         Paul Larson:     950353    948404    949283    950473    950337|    948404 [       0]
              x65599:     949272    949222    949445    950485    950091|    949222 [       0]
        x17 unrolled:     957812    956872    957821    956105    958071|    956105 [       0]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:     992610    992300    993961    993355    991459|    991459 [       0]
              FNV-1a:    1139414   1140660   1140611   1140963   1139259|   1139259 [       0]
           Bernstein:    1165549   1159257   1161839   1163345   1164136|   1159257 [       0]
                 K&R:    1167227   1169360   1166520   1165034   1166657|   1165034 [       0]
           MaPrime2c:    1203735   1204008   1203408   1205118   1205212|   1203408 [       0]
           Sedgewick:    1264650   1265982   1267661   1266680   1266231|   1264650 [       0]
         Ramakrishna:    1324620   1321868   1318312   1322101   1324248|   1318312 [       0]
         One At Time:    1441427   1442613   1441888   1442527   1442621|   1441427 [       0]
        Arash Partow:    1499531   1500226   1498240   1500006   1499430|   1498240 [       0]
          Weinberger:    1931177   1931714   1926573   1926161   1931291|   1926161 [       0]

D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\_KAZE_hash_test_r2_enwik>

In order to estimate a hash function performance(taking into account speed and collisions) here comes my dummy formula for hash quality estimation(measured in gems, Greater thE Mightier):
Hash_Performance = (1<<30)/(('thousands of clock cycles'/1,000,000)*('number of collisions'+1))gems

Let's see how mighty(precious) are some top-gun functions in this testbed according to the formula above:

[Test on enwik9:]
FNV1A_Jesteress: 1073741824/((12734338/1000000)*(4564891+1)) = 18gems !Fastest! and !Mightiest!
FNV1A_Jester:    1073741824/((13381023/1000000)*(4527332+1)) = 17gems
FNV1A_Nefertiti: 1073741824/((13464827/1000000)*(4533171+1)) = 17gems
FNV1A_Peregrine: 1073741824/((13548499/1000000)*(4525910+1)) = 17gems
FNV1A_Whiz:      1073741824/((13782178/1000000)*(4527332+1)) = 17gems
Murmur2:         1073741824/((13909965/1000000)*(4512608+1)) = 17gems
SBox:            1073741824/((14757369/1000000)*(4513800+1)) = 16gems

For this dataset FNV1A_Jesteress is 9.23% faster, 8.01% mightier and 1.15% less precise than the closest rival: Murmur2.
(13909965-12734338)/12734338*100%=9.23%
(18.47-17.10)/17.10*100%=8.01%
(4564891-4512608)/4512608*100%=1.15%

[Test on enwik8:]
FNV1A_Jesteress: 1073741824/((1017947/1000000)*(316210+1)) = 3335gems !Fastest! and !Mightiest!
FNV1A_Jester:    1073741824/((1089523/1000000)*(315221+1)) = 3126gems
FNV1A_Nefertiti: 1073741824/((1092396/1000000)*(315017+1)) = 3120gems
FNV1A_Peregrine: 1073741824/((1100986/1000000)*(315363+1)) = 3092gems
FNV1A_Whiz:      1073741824/((1122495/1000000)*(315221+1)) = 3034gems
Murmur2:         1073741824/((1128717/1000000)*(314921+1)) = 3020gems
Fletcher:        1073741824/((1130345/1000000)*(334599+1)) = 2838gems

For this dataset FNV1A_Jesteress is 10.88% faster, 10.42% mightier and 0.40% less precise than the closest rival: Murmur2.
(1128717-1017947)/1017947*100%=10.88%
(3335.78-3020.72)/3020.72*100%=10.42%
(316210-314921)/314921*100%=0.40%

[Test on 100MB_at-once:]
FNV1A_Jesteress: 1073741824/((235368/1000000)*(0+1)) = 4561970293gems !Fastest! and !Mightiest!
Fletcher:        1073741824/((306400/1000000)*(0+1)) = 3504379321gems
FNV1A_Nefertiti: 1073741824/((323114/1000000)*(0+1)) = 3323105232gems
FNV1A_Jester:    1073741824/((326739/1000000)*(0+1)) = 3286237100gems
FNV1A_Peregrine: 1073741824/((328156/1000000)*(0+1)) = 3272046904gems
Murmur2:         1073741824/((347467/1000000)*(0+1)) = 3090197987gems
FNV1A_Whiz:      1073741824/((357164/1000000)*(0+1)) = 3006299134gems

For this dataset FNV1A_Jesteress is 30.17% faster, 30.17% mightier and 0.00% less precise than the closest rival: Fletcher.
(306400-235368)/235368*100%=30.17%
(4561970293.32-3504379321.14)/3504379321.14*100%=30.17%

I would like someone to reveal a hash mightier than FNV1A_Jesteress on alpha strings up to 960chars.
My interests lie in word/phrase hashing area, despite this fact I want to see the bad side(if any) of FNV1A_Jesteress, so feel free to suggest scenarios where she would perform badly.
Of course the obvious weakness, when majority of keys are 8chars 9chars 10chars then mixing suffers, must be remembered. FNV1A_Mantis doesn't have this drawback.

Add-on from 2010-Dec-03:

I knew where the weakness(regarding collisions) was, it is no more i.e. it is amended with arrival of FNV1A_Mantis the strongest of all my FNV1A variants. 
Now FNV1A_Meiyan is between FNV1A_Jesteress and FNV1A_Mantis.
Personally my favorite(because my way of using her differs a lot from that of other people) is still FNV1A_Jesteress despite her apparent collision drawback in interval 8chars to 10chars: due to either one BYTE(8+1) or WORD(8+2) mix.
I tried(unseriously) to fix it in FNV1A_Meiyan, so here comes FNV1A_Mantis(0056f-004b0=191bytes fattest so far):

C source:
// Mantis has two(three to be exact) gears: it operates as WORD based FNV1A for 1..15 lengths and as QWORD based FNV1A 16.. lengths.
// I see the instant mantis' grasping-and-devouring as MONSTROUS QUADRO-BYTE-PAIRs BAITs(IN-MIX) while target secured within FIRM-GRIP of forelimbs(PRE-MIX & POST-MIX).
// Word 'mantical'(Of or relating to the foretelling of events by or as if by supernatural means) comes from Greek mantikos, from the Greek word mantis, meaning "prophet, seer."
// The Greeks, who made the connection between the upraised front legs of a mantis waiting for its prey and the hands of a prophet in prayer, used the name mantis to mean "the praying mantis."
#define ROL(x, n) (((x) << (n)) | ((x) >> (32-(n))))
UINT FNV1A_Hash_Mantis(const char *str, SIZE_T wrdlen)
{
	const UINT PRIME = 709607;
	UINT hash32 = 2166136261;
	const char *p = str;
	// Cases: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7
	if (wrdlen & sizeof(DWORD)) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)p) * PRIME;
		p += sizeof(WORD);
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)p) * PRIME;
		p += sizeof(WORD);
		//wrdlen -= sizeof(DWORD);
	}
	if (wrdlen & sizeof(WORD)) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)p) * PRIME;
		p += sizeof(WORD);
		//wrdlen -= sizeof(WORD);
	}
	if (wrdlen & 1) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *p) * PRIME;
		p += sizeof(char);
		//wrdlen -= sizeof(char);
	}
		wrdlen -= p-str;
// The goal is to avoid the weak range [8, 8+2, 8+1] that is 8..10 in practice 1..15 i.e. 1..8+4+2+1, thus amending FNV1A_Meiyan and FNV1A_Jesteress.
// FNV1A_Jesteress: fastest strong
// FNV1A_Meiyan   : faster  stronger
// FNV1A_Mantis   : fast    strongest
	for(; wrdlen > 2*sizeof(DWORD); wrdlen -= 2*sizeof(DWORD), p += 2*sizeof(DWORD)) {
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ (ROL(*(DWORD *)p,5)^*(DWORD *)(p+4))) * PRIME;		
	}
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)(p+0*sizeof(WORD))) * PRIME;
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)(p+1*sizeof(WORD))) * PRIME;
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)(p+2*sizeof(WORD))) * PRIME;
		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)(p+3*sizeof(WORD))) * PRIME;
	return hash32 ^ (hash32 >> 16);
}

C&assembly source:
?FNV1A_Hash_Mantis@@YAIPBDK@Z PROC			; FNV1A_Hash_Mantis

; 1072 : {

  004b0	55		 push	 ebp
  004b1	8b ec		 mov	 ebp, esp
  004b3	53		 push	 ebx

; 1073 : 	const UINT PRIME = 709607;
; 1074 : 	UINT hash32 = 2166136261;
; 1075 : 	const char *p = str;
; 1076 : 	// Cases: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7
; 1077 : 	if (wrdlen & sizeof(DWORD)) {

  004b4	8b 5d 0c	 mov	 ebx, DWORD PTR _wrdlen$[ebp]
  004b7	56		 push	 esi
  004b8	8b 75 08	 mov	 esi, DWORD PTR _str$[ebp]
  004bb	b9 c5 9d 1c 81	 mov	 ecx, -2128831035	; 811c9dc5H
  004c0	8b c6		 mov	 eax, esi
  004c2	f6 c3 04	 test	 bl, 4
  004c5	74 1d		 je	 SHORT $LN12@FNV1A_Hash

; 1078 : 		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)p) * PRIME;

  004c7	0f b7 16	 movzx	 edx, WORD PTR [esi]
  004ca	33 d1		 xor	 edx, ecx

; 1079 : 		p += sizeof(WORD);
; 1080 : 		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)p) * PRIME;

  004cc	0f b7 4e 02	 movzx	 ecx, WORD PTR [esi+2]
  004d0	69 d2 e7 d3 0a
	00		 imul	 edx, 709607		; 000ad3e7H
  004d6	8d 46 02	 lea	 eax, DWORD PTR [esi+2]
  004d9	33 ca		 xor	 ecx, edx
  004db	69 c9 e7 d3 0a
	00		 imul	 ecx, 709607		; 000ad3e7H

; 1081 : 		p += sizeof(WORD);

  004e1	83 c0 02	 add	 eax, 2
$LN12@FNV1A_Hash:

; 1082 : 		//wrdlen -= sizeof(DWORD);
; 1083 : 	}
; 1084 : 	if (wrdlen & sizeof(WORD)) {

  004e4	f6 c3 02	 test	 bl, 2
  004e7	74 0e		 je	 SHORT $LN6@FNV1A_Hash

; 1085 : 		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)p) * PRIME;

  004e9	0f b7 10	 movzx	 edx, WORD PTR [eax]
  004ec	33 ca		 xor	 ecx, edx
  004ee	69 c9 e7 d3 0a
	00		 imul	 ecx, 709607		; 000ad3e7H

; 1086 : 		p += sizeof(WORD);

  004f4	83 c0 02	 add	 eax, 2
$LN6@FNV1A_Hash:

; 1087 : 		//wrdlen -= sizeof(WORD);
; 1088 : 	}
; 1089 : 	if (wrdlen & 1) {

  004f7	f6 c3 01	 test	 bl, 1
  004fa	74 0c		 je	 SHORT $LN13@FNV1A_Hash

; 1090 : 		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *p) * PRIME;

  004fc	0f be 10	 movsx	 edx, BYTE PTR [eax]
  004ff	33 ca		 xor	 ecx, edx
  00501	69 c9 e7 d3 0a
	00		 imul	 ecx, 709607		; 000ad3e7H

; 1091 : 		p += sizeof(char);

  00507	40		 inc	 eax
$LN13@FNV1A_Hash:

; 1092 : 		//wrdlen -= sizeof(char);
; 1093 : 	}
; 1094 : 		wrdlen -= p-str;

  00508	2b f0		 sub	 esi, eax
  0050a	03 de		 add	 ebx, esi

; 1095 : // The goal is to avoid the weak range [8, 8+2, 8+1] that is 8..10 in practice 1..15 i.e. 1..8+4+2+1, thus amending FNV1A_Meiyan and FNV1A_Jesteress.
; 1096 : // FNV1A_Jesteress: fastest strong
; 1097 : // FNV1A_Meiyan   : faster  stronger
; 1098 : // FNV1A_Mantis   : fast    strongest
; 1099 : 	if (wrdlen) {

  0050c	74 57		 je	 SHORT $LN4@FNV1A_Hash

; 1100 : 	for(; wrdlen > 2*sizeof(DWORD); wrdlen -= 2*sizeof(DWORD), p += 2*sizeof(DWORD)) {

  0050e	83 fb 08	 cmp	 ebx, 8
  00511	76 23		 jbe	 SHORT $LN1@FNV1A_Hash
  00513	8d 53 f7	 lea	 edx, DWORD PTR [ebx-9]
  00516	c1 ea 03	 shr	 edx, 3
  00519	42		 inc	 edx
  0051a	8d 9b 00 00 00
	00		 npad	 6
$LL3@FNV1A_Hash:

; 1101 : 		hash32 = (hash32 ^ (ROL(*(DWORD *)p,5)^*(DWORD *)(p+4))) * PRIME;		

  00520	8b 30		 mov	 esi, DWORD PTR [eax]
  00522	c1 c6 05	 rol	 esi, 5
  00525	33 70 04	 xor	 esi, DWORD PTR [eax+4]
  00528	83 c0 08	 add	 eax, 8
  0052b	33 ce		 xor	 ecx, esi
  0052d	69 c9 e7 d3 0a
	00		 imul	 ecx, 709607		; 000ad3e7H
  00533	4a		 dec	 edx
  00534	75 ea		 jne	 SHORT $LL3@FNV1A_Hash
$LN1@FNV1A_Hash:

; 1102 : 	}
; 1103 : 		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)(p+0*sizeof(WORD))) * PRIME;
; 1104 : 		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)(p+1*sizeof(WORD))) * PRIME;
; 1105 : 		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)(p+2*sizeof(WORD))) * PRIME;
; 1106 : 		hash32 = (hash32 ^ *(WORD*)(p+3*sizeof(WORD))) * PRIME;

  00536	0f b7 10	 movzx	 edx, WORD PTR [eax]
  00539	33 d1		 xor	 edx, ecx
  0053b	0f b7 48 02	 movzx	 ecx, WORD PTR [eax+2]
  0053f	69 d2 e7 d3 0a
	00		 imul	 edx, 709607		; 000ad3e7H
  00545	33 d1		 xor	 edx, ecx
  00547	0f b7 48 04	 movzx	 ecx, WORD PTR [eax+4]
  0054b	69 d2 e7 d3 0a
	00		 imul	 edx, 709607		; 000ad3e7H
  00551	0f b7 40 06	 movzx	 eax, WORD PTR [eax+6]
  00555	33 ca		 xor	 ecx, edx
  00557	69 c9 e7 d3 0a
	00		 imul	 ecx, 709607		; 000ad3e7H
  0055d	33 c8		 xor	 ecx, eax
  0055f	69 c9 e7 d3 0a
	00		 imul	 ecx, 709607		; 000ad3e7H
$LN4@FNV1A_Hash:

; 1107 : 	}
; 1108 : 	return hash32 ^ (hash32 >> 16);

  00565	8b c1		 mov	 eax, ecx
  00567	c1 e8 10	 shr	 eax, 16			; 00000010H
  0056a	5e		 pop	 esi
  0056b	33 c1		 xor	 eax, ecx
  0056d	5b		 pop	 ebx

; 1109 : }

  0056e	5d		 pop	 ebp
  0056f	c3		 ret	 0
?FNV1A_Hash_Mantis@@YAIPBDK@Z ENDP			; FNV1A_Hash_Mantis

Ok, now some heavy hash hustle with fixed-length-ASCII-strings, in my opinion this is the most relevant and close to practice(here: the fundamental match finding) benchmark.

At link below this summer I approached in a dummy way LZ match finding by counting the repetitions(in rich of English text OSHO.TXT) through Building-Blocks_DUMPER:
http://encode.ru/threads/1134-Dummy-Static-Windowless-Dictionary-Text-Decompressor?p=22653&viewfull=1#post22653

Length of Building-Blocks / Quantity of ALL(with overlapping) Building-Blocks / Quantity of DISTINCT(with overlapping) Building-Blocks / Quantity of REPETITIVE(with overlapping) Building-Blocks
3                           206908949-3+1                                       46486                                                    206862461
4                           206908949-4+1                                       248019                                                   206660927
5                           206908949-5+1                                       855682                                                   206053263
6                           206908949-6+1                                       2236138                                                  204672806
7                           206908949-7+1                                       4803152                                                  202105791
8                           206908949-8+1                                       8956496                                                  197952446
9                           206908949-9+1                                       15006172                                                 191902769
10                          206908949-10+1                                      22992127                                                 183916813
11                          206908949-11+1                                      32707519                                                 174201420
12                          206908949-12+1                                      43802365                                                 163106573

D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\r3>dir
 Volume in drive D is H320_Vol5
 Volume Serial Number is 0CB3-C881

 Directory of D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\r3

12/02/2010  08:15 AM    <DIR>          .
12/02/2010  08:15 AM    <DIR>          ..
12/02/2010  08:15 AM            45,501 Building-Blocks_DUMPER.c
12/02/2010  08:15 AM            79,360 Building-Blocks_DUMPER.exe
12/02/2010  08:15 AM           223,954 hash.cod
12/02/2010  08:15 AM            56,186 hash.cpp
12/02/2010  08:15 AM            81,920 hash.exe
12/02/2010  08:15 AM       206,908,949 OSHO.TXT
12/02/2010  08:15 AM               394 RUNME.BAT
               7 File(s)    207,396,264 bytes
               2 Dir(s)   6,020,390,912 bytes free

D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\r3>Building-Blocks_DUMPER.exe
Building-Blocks_DUMPER rev.2, written by Kaze.
Note: This revision converts CR to $ and LF to # in order to have lines patternlen long ending with LF.
Sorting 206908947 Pointers to Building-Blocks 3 chars in size ...
Allocated memory for pointers-to-words in MB: 790
Writing Sorted Building-Blocks to BB003.txt ...
3|206908949-3+1|46486|206862461
Sorting 206908946 Pointers to Building-Blocks 4 chars in size ...
Allocated memory for pointers-to-words in MB: 790
Writing Sorted Building-Blocks to BB004.txt ...
4|206908949-4+1|248019|206660927
Sorting 206908945 Pointers to Building-Blocks 5 chars in size ...
Allocated memory for pointers-to-words in MB: 790
Writing Sorted Building-Blocks to BB005.txt ...
5|206908949-5+1|855682|206053263
Sorting 206908944 Pointers to Building-Blocks 6 chars in size ...
Allocated memory for pointers-to-words in MB: 790
Writing Sorted Building-Blocks to BB006.txt ...
6|206908949-6+1|2236138|204672806
Sorting 206908943 Pointers to Building-Blocks 7 chars in size ...
Allocated memory for pointers-to-words in MB: 790
Writing Sorted Building-Blocks to BB007.txt ...
7|206908949-7+1|4803152|202105791
Sorting 206908942 Pointers to Building-Blocks 8 chars in size ...
Allocated memory for pointers-to-words in MB: 790
Writing Sorted Building-Blocks to BB008.txt ...
8|206908949-8+1|8956496|197952446
Sorting 206908941 Pointers to Building-Blocks 9 chars in size ...
Allocated memory for pointers-to-words in MB: 790
Writing Sorted Building-Blocks to BB009.txt ...
9|206908949-9+1|15006172|191902769
Sorting 206908940 Pointers to Building-Blocks 10 chars in size ...
Allocated memory for pointers-to-words in MB: 790
Writing Sorted Building-Blocks to BB010.txt ...
10|206908949-10+1|22992127|183916813
Sorting 206908939 Pointers to Building-Blocks 11 chars in size ...
Allocated memory for pointers-to-words in MB: 790
Writing Sorted Building-Blocks to BB011.txt ...
11|206908949-11+1|32707519|174201420
Sorting 206908938 Pointers to Building-Blocks 12 chars in size ...
Allocated memory for pointers-to-words in MB: 790
Writing Sorted Building-Blocks to BB012.txt ...
12|206908949-12+1|43802365|163106573

Building-Blocks_DUMPER total time: 2658329 clocks

D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\r3>dir
 Volume in drive D is H320_Vol5
 Volume Serial Number is 0CB3-C881

 Directory of D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\r3

12/02/2010  08:55 AM    <DIR>          .
12/02/2010  08:55 AM    <DIR>          ..
12/02/2010  08:18 AM           185,944 BB003.txt
12/02/2010  08:22 AM         1,240,095 BB004.txt
12/02/2010  08:25 AM         5,134,092 BB005.txt
12/02/2010  08:29 AM        15,652,966 BB006.txt
12/02/2010  08:33 AM        38,425,216 BB007.txt
12/02/2010  08:37 AM        80,608,464 BB008.txt
12/02/2010  08:41 AM       150,061,720 BB009.txt
12/02/2010  08:46 AM       252,913,397 BB010.txt
12/02/2010  08:52 AM       392,490,228 BB011.txt
12/02/2010  08:59 AM       569,430,745 BB012.txt
12/02/2010  08:15 AM            45,501 Building-Blocks_DUMPER.c
12/02/2010  08:15 AM            79,360 Building-Blocks_DUMPER.exe
12/02/2010  08:15 AM           223,954 hash.cod
12/02/2010  08:15 AM            56,186 hash.cpp
12/02/2010  08:15 AM            81,920 hash.exe
12/02/2010  08:15 AM       206,908,949 OSHO.TXT
12/02/2010  08:15 AM               394 RUNME.BAT
              17 File(s)  1,713,539,131 bytes
               2 Dir(s)   4,511,014,912 bytes free

D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\r3>dir
 Volume in drive D is H320_Vol5
 Volume Serial Number is 0CB3-C881

 Directory of D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\r3

12/02/2010  09:08 AM    <DIR>          .
12/02/2010  09:08 AM    <DIR>          ..
12/02/2010  08:18 AM           185,944 BB003.txt
12/02/2010  08:22 AM         1,240,095 BB004.txt
12/02/2010  08:25 AM         5,134,092 BB005.txt
12/02/2010  08:29 AM        15,652,966 BB006.txt
12/02/2010  08:33 AM        38,425,216 BB007.txt
12/02/2010  08:37 AM        80,608,464 BB008.txt
12/02/2010  08:41 AM       150,061,720 BB009.txt
12/02/2010  08:46 AM       252,913,397 BB010.txt
12/02/2010  08:52 AM       392,490,228 BB011.txt
12/02/2010  08:59 AM       569,430,745 BB012.txt
12/02/2010  08:15 AM            45,501 Building-Blocks_DUMPER.c
12/02/2010  08:15 AM            79,360 Building-Blocks_DUMPER.exe
12/02/2010  08:15 AM           223,954 hash.cod
12/02/2010  08:15 AM            56,186 hash.cpp
12/02/2010  08:15 AM            81,920 hash.exe
11/01/2009  12:00 AM       202,688,536 IP-COUNTRY-REGION-CITY.CSV
12/02/2010  09:07 AM             1,636 LONG2DOT.BAS
12/02/2010  09:07 AM            43,110 LONG2DOT.EXE
12/02/2010  08:15 AM       206,908,949 OSHO.TXT
12/02/2010  08:15 AM               394 RUNME.BAT
              20 File(s)  1,916,272,413 bytes
               2 Dir(s)   4,510,916,608 bytes free

D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\r3>LONG2DOT.EXE IP-COU~1.csv IPs.TXT
LONG2DOT.EXE, revision 001.
Written by Svalqyatchx 'Kaze'.
Example: liner ip.csv ip.txt
Input file: IP-COU~1.CSV
Output file: IPS.TXT
Lines: 2995394
LONG2DOT: Done.

D:\_KA45F~1\r3>type IP-COUNTRY-REGION-CITY.CSV|more
"0","33554431","-","-","-","-"
"33554432","50331647","UK","UNITED KINGDOM","-","-"
"50331648","50331903","US","UNITED STATES","NEW JERSEY","SUMMIT"
"50331904","50332159","US","UNITED STATES","NEW YORK","MONROE"
"50332160","50332671","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50332672","50332927","US","UNITED STATES","NEW JERSEY","LEBANON"
"50332928","50333695","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50333696","50333951","US","UNITED STATES","MISSOURI","CHILLICOTHE"
"50333952","50334719","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50334720","50334975","US","UNITED STATES","MISSOURI","CHILLICOTHE"
"50334976","50335487","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50335488","50335743","US","UNITED STATES","MISSOURI","CHILLICOTHE"
"50335744","50358271","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50358272","50358527","US","UNITED STATES","MISSOURI","CHILLICOTHE"
"50358528","50361855","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50361856","50362111","US","UNITED STATES","MISSOURI","CHILLICOTHE"
"50362112","50390527","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50390528","50390783","US","UNITED STATES","MISSOURI","CHILLICOTHE"
"50390784","50397183","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50397184","50397951","US","UNITED STATES","NEW JERSEY","SUMMIT"
"50397952","50398207","US","UNITED STATES","MISSOURI","CHILLICOTHE"
"50398208","50398463","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50398464","50398719","US","UNITED STATES","NEW JERSEY","TRENTON"
"50398720","50398975","US","UNITED STATES","MISSOURI","CHILLICOTHE"
"50398976","50399231","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50399232","50399487","US","UNITED STATES","NEW JERSEY","MEDFORD"
"50399488","50399743","US","UNITED STATES","NEW JERSEY","SUMMIT"
"50399744","50399999","US","UNITED STATES","NEW JERSEY","TRENTON"
"50400000","50400255","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50400256","50400511","US","UNITED STATES","MISSOURI","CHILLICOTHE"
"50400512","50400767","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50400768","50401023","US","UNITED STATES","MISSOURI","CHILLICOTHE"
"50401024","50401279","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50401280","50401535","US","UNITED STATES","MISSOURI","CHILLICOTHE"
"50401536","50402303","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50402304","50402559","US","UNITED STATES","NEW YORK","NEW YORK"
"50402560","50405631","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50405632","50405887","US","UNITED STATES","NEW JERSEY","TRENTON"
"50405888","50411263","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50411264","50411519","US","UNITED STATES","NEW JERSEY","TRENTON"
"50411520","50414079","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50414080","50414335","US","UNITED STATES","MISSOURI","CHILLICOTHE"
"50414336","50432255","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50432256","50432511","US","UNITED STATES","MISSOURI","CHILLICOTHE"
"50432512","50448639","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50448640","50448895","US","UNITED STATES","NEW JERSEY","MEDFORD"
"50448896","50457087","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50457088","50457343","US","UNITED STATES","MISSOURI","CHILLICOTHE"
"50457344","50463487","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
"50463488","50463743","US","UNITED STATES","NEW JERSEY","LEBANON"
"50463744","50490367","US","UNITED STATES","CONNECTICUT","FAIRFIELD"
^C
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0.201.1.3
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^C

RUNME.BAT:
hash bb003.txt /s26 >RESULTS\BB.TXT
hash bb004.txt /s26 >>RESULTS\BB.TXT
hash bb005.txt /s26 >>RESULTS\BB.TXT
hash bb006.txt /s26 >>RESULTS\BB.TXT
hash bb007.txt /s26 >>RESULTS\BB.TXT
hash bb008.txt /s26 >>RESULTS\BB.TXT
hash bb009.txt /s26 >>RESULTS\BB.TXT
hash bb010.txt /s26 >>RESULTS\BB.TXT
hash bb011.txt /s26 >>RESULTS\BB.TXT
hash bb012.txt /s26 >>RESULTS\BB.TXT
hash IPS.txt >RESULTS\IP.TXT

D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\_KAZE_hash_test_r3>dir
 Volume in drive D is H320_Vol5
 Volume Serial Number is 0CB3-C881

 Directory of D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\_KAZE_hash_test_r3

12/03/2010  07:30 AM    <DIR>          .
12/03/2010  07:30 AM    <DIR>          ..
12/03/2010  07:30 AM           185,944 BB003.txt
12/03/2010  07:30 AM         1,240,095 BB004.txt
12/03/2010  07:30 AM         5,134,092 BB005.txt
12/03/2010  07:30 AM        15,652,966 BB006.txt
12/03/2010  07:30 AM        38,425,216 BB007.txt
12/03/2010  07:30 AM        80,608,464 BB008.txt
12/03/2010  07:30 AM       150,061,720 BB009.txt
12/03/2010  07:30 AM       252,913,397 BB010.txt
12/03/2010  07:30 AM       392,490,228 BB011.txt
12/03/2010  07:30 AM       569,430,745 BB012.txt
12/03/2010  07:30 AM            45,501 Building-Blocks_DUMPER.c
12/03/2010  07:30 AM            79,360 Building-Blocks_DUMPER.exe
12/03/2010  07:30 AM           224,012 hash.cod
12/03/2010  07:30 AM            56,206 hash.cpp
12/03/2010  07:30 AM            81,920 hash.exe
12/03/2010  07:30 AM        42,892,307 IPS.TXT
12/03/2010  07:30 AM             1,636 LONG2DOT.BAS
12/03/2010  07:30 AM            43,110 LONG2DOT.EXE
12/03/2010  07:30 AM               421 RUNME.BAT
              19 File(s)  1,549,567,340 bytes
               2 Dir(s)   4,638,175,232 bytes free

D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\_KAZE_hash_test_r3\RESULTS_Intel Merom>type IP.TXT
2995394 lines read
8388608 elements in the table (23 bits)
        FNV1A_Mantis:    2439165   2413719   2414841   2414998   2416002|   2413719 [  481137]
        FNV1A_Meiyan:    2296414   2300139   2301282   2299939   2299010|   2296414 [  593723]
     FNV1A_Jesteress:    2337215   2338536   2334935   2337328   2335872|   2334935 [  691369]
        FNV1A_Jester:    2539331   2535789   2535562   2532374   2534922|   2532374 [  689339]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:    2453000   2454084   2453214   2454775   2451504|   2451504 [  480914]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:    2553288   2556279   2555456   2556945   2557099|   2553288 [  546915]
          FNV1A_Whiz:    2646805   2644995   2647263   2646881   2649505|   2644995 [  689339]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:    2754790   2756802   2755491   2757924   2757038|   2754790 [  763451]
              FNV-1a:    2607209   2611915   2607301   2610054   2608483|   2607209 [  477067]
    Sixtinsensitive+:    2786654   2785338   2785425   2785386   2786807|   2785338 [  716367]
     Sixtinsensitive:    2698691   2697351   2699103   2693935   2698100|   2693935 [  582793]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:    2466409   2464578   2465997   2464491   2464852|   2464491 [  604098]
             Alfalfa:    2518510   2521429   2520234   2517619   2521594|   2517619 [  475434]
        Alfalfa_HALF:    2538222   2534795   2536658   2535095   2536978|   2534795 [  480071]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:    2541248   2540645   2543012   2538306   2541343|   2538306 [  475434]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:    2658937   2658153   2659758   2657875   2659898|   2657875 [  475434]
           Bernstein:    2621301   2620985   2622841   2620031   2620976|   2620031 [  474048]
                 K&R:    2489162   2488521   2489630   2489942   2490298|   2488521 [  474011]
        x17 unrolled:    2567678   2564855   2568451   2566891   2567346|   2564855 [  475528]
              x65599:    2867932   2870757   2869829   2869513   2868145|   2867932 [  654463]
           Sedgewick:    2583863   2585120   2583433   2584854   2584023|   2583433 [  477931]
          Weinberger:    2614014   2616212   2612522   2614666   2617134|   2612522 [ 1159267]
         Paul Larson:    2581956   2580010   2583331   2584757   2581186|   2580010 [  475575]
          Paul Hsieh:    2637094   2637400   2636600   2638300   2636809|   2636600 [  543835]
         One At Time:    2793532   2794126   2792895   2795095   2792770|   2792770 [  477667]
             lookup3:    2680661   2676529   2679988   2680290   2678621|   2676529 [  476566]
        Arash Partow:    2695441   2693787   2694850   2694249   2694542|   2693787 [  478246]
              CRC-32:    2439800   2441408   2441123   2441348   2438523|   2438523 [  472854]
         Ramakrishna:    2716778   2719394   2716583   2714952   2717127|   2714952 [  476020]
            Fletcher:   43749804  43810393  43741532  43797268  43755812|  43741532 [ 2856890]
             Murmur2:    2493861   2493518   2495838   2498585   2492442|   2492442 [  476330]
              Hanson:    2414963   2411485   2412133   2415729   2409295|   2409295 [  534251]
      Novak unrolled:    2485504   2486680   2482821   2484608   2484583|   2482821 [  657377]
                SBox:    2565426   2564018   2563874   2565249   2562416|   2562416 [  476681]
           MaPrime2c:    2674879   2671380   2671990   2673315   2672649|   2671380 [  477151]
           
D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\_KAZE_hash_test_r3\RESULTS_Intel Merom>type BB.TXT
46486 lines read
67108864 elements in the table (26 bits)
        FNV1A_Mantis:      29436     29032     28778     28635     28822|     28635 [      11]
        FNV1A_Meiyan:      25534     25468     25187     24973     24670|     24670 [      11]
     FNV1A_Jesteress:      24572     23919     24773     24399     24366|     23919 [      11]
        FNV1A_Jester:      24113     24260     24383     24407     24204|     24113 [      11]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:      24799     25318     24379     24494     24502|     24379 [      11]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:      33189     33446     33288     33138     33152|     33138 [      11]
          FNV1A_Whiz:      24420     25368     24737     24470     26039|     24420 [      11]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:      16013     17533     15989     16274     16076|     15989 [    6690]
              FNV-1a:      24992     24629     25399     24885     24907|     24629 [      12]
    Sixtinsensitive+:      19426     19366     20728     19335     19033|     19033 [   31572]
     Sixtinsensitive:      19045     19079     19052     19076     19055|     19045 [   31823]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:       5787      5672      5665      5678      5689|      5665 [    5182]
             Alfalfa:       5924      5992      5994      5956      6949|      5924 [    5182]
        Alfalfa_HALF:       5844      5747      5824      5834      5797|      5747 [   10593]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:       6058      5996      6029      5934      6025|      5934 [    5182]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:       6133      6098      6265      5957      6109|      5957 [    5182]
           Bernstein:       6509      6611      6532      6525      6548|      6509 [   12855]
                 K&R:       5448      5474      5524      5494      5496|      5448 [   10593]
        x17 unrolled:       7598      7646      7494      7626      7577|      7494 [   26729]
              x65599:       9721      9651      9616      9862      9682|      9616 [      35]
           Sedgewick:       9475      9465      9463      9408      9468|      9408 [      11]
          Weinberger:       7056      7073      7196      7252      7161|      7056 [   27452]
         Paul Larson:       6327      6541      6481      6643      6670|      6327 [      14]
          Paul Hsieh:      33875     32860     32639     32629     32744|     32629 [      30]
         One At Time:      33162     31732     31345     32075     32479|     31345 [      28]
             lookup3:      34720     34481     34531     35214     34532|     34481 [      28]
        Arash Partow:       8080      8082      7928      8051      8070|      7928 [      11]
              CRC-32:      32560     32040     31941     31940     32317|     31940 [      11]
         Ramakrishna:       6684      6740      6711      6670      6682|      6670 [   11920]
            Fletcher:      21007     20969     21067     20769     20965|     20769 [   42071]
             Murmur2:      28040     27767     27520     27468     27540|     27468 [      30]
              Hanson:      32153     32438     32141     32249     32406|     32141 [      33]
      Novak unrolled:      22583     22532     22588     22616     22558|     22532 [   43340]
                SBox:      32254     32054     32103     32091     33358|     32054 [      26]
           MaPrime2c:      30714     30520     30635     30614     31011|     30520 [      11]
248019 lines read
67108864 elements in the table (26 bits)
        FNV1A_Mantis:     121266    120346    120471    120575    120856|    120346 [     365]
        FNV1A_Meiyan:     119849    119080    118429    118317    118616|    118317 [     365]
     FNV1A_Jesteress:     114555    114584    115367    114165    114818|    114165 [    1938]
        FNV1A_Jester:     114582    114461    114942    115392    114944|    114461 [    1938]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:     122956    122271    120784    121790    121874|    120784 [     365]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:     179664    178907    179153    179446    179809|    178907 [     365]
          FNV1A_Whiz:     115289    115920    114632    115888    115178|    114632 [    1938]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:     105622    105117    106248    104675    105128|    104675 [   13655]
              FNV-1a:     113987    114025    114089    113805    114432|    113805 [     411]
    Sixtinsensitive+:     137866    138034    137320    138415    138302|    137320 [  145278]
     Sixtinsensitive:     114324    111899    112831    112258    111933|    111899 [  139136]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:      43690     44133     43333     43859     44006|     43333 [   13663]
             Alfalfa:      45943     46012     46376     46024     46148|     45943 [   13663]
        Alfalfa_HALF:      41180     41443     41195     41079     41156|     41079 [   22302]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:      46847     47198     46966     47081     47396|     46847 [   13666]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:      48045     48136     48104     48690     48074|     48045 [   13663]
           Bernstein:      44595     43342     43615     42838     43302|     42838 [   37847]
                 K&R:      35114     34914     34840     35020     35221|     34840 [   22302]
        x17 unrolled:      41473     40979     41408     41550     41532|     40979 [   98876]
              x65599:      64422     64060     64050     64388     64121|     64050 [     492]
           Sedgewick:      66793     67139     65752     66549     67355|     65752 [     460]
          Weinberger:      38911     38971     38588     38674     38639|     38588 [   97808]
         Paul Larson:      47121     47226     47132     47308     47413|     47121 [     312]
          Paul Hsieh:     178689    178906    178088    177730    178532|    177730 [     481]
         One At Time:     172547    174098    172997    173974    172010|    172010 [     585]
             lookup3:     185901    185161    185882    185262    184928|    184928 [     480]
        Arash Partow:      65543     65793     65363     65362     65465|     65362 [     560]
              CRC-32:     175159    177384    175086    174693    175290|    174693 [     864]
         Ramakrishna:      45706     45523     45644     45267     45788|     45267 [   30316]
            Fletcher:     134904    134852    135071    133551    133043|    133043 [   49303]
             Murmur2:     171374    172358    171756    171486    171770|    171374 [     451]
              Hanson:     170449    170596    171356    171125    170974|    170449 [     481]
      Novak unrolled:     438736    436897    439957    440773    438862|    436897 [  238439]
                SBox:     169533    169713    168819    169278    169623|    168819 [     448]
           MaPrime2c:     167548    167768    167657    167887    167731|    167548 [     556]
855682 lines read
67108864 elements in the table (26 bits)
        FNV1A_Mantis:     467853    463369    462735    460789    463018|    460789 [    5330]
        FNV1A_Meiyan:     413274    412270    415642    414122    410937|    410937 [    5330]
     FNV1A_Jesteress:     413922    413715    416373    414659    412737|    412737 [    5968]
        FNV1A_Jester:     414704    415015    411019    415376    412493|    411019 [    5968]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:     439383    439682    439671    438331    438069|    438069 [    5330]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:     632326    630732    631072    631087    629204|    629204 [    5330]
          FNV1A_Whiz:     415724    415452    415901    415153    414974|    414974 [    5968]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:     343005    341953    342278    341841    340498|    340498 [   30631]
              FNV-1a:     560354    560228    561239    563014    561981|    560228 [    5560]
    Sixtinsensitive+:     457250    454239    455184    454682    453740|    453740 [  397985]
     Sixtinsensitive:     434730    433856    434485    435027    434180|    433856 [  399637]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:     219276    220736    220103    220087    218764|    218764 [   26670]
             Alfalfa:     222312    222198    224113    223791    223580|    222198 [   26670]
        Alfalfa_HALF:     200259    199876    201539    200106    199915|    199876 [   35000]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:     227771    227482    227673    227763    226555|    226555 [   26671]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:     233636    234136    232118    233658    233864|    232118 [   26670]
           Bernstein:     204099    203630    202548    203423    203351|    202548 [   59573]
                 K&R:     175346    174675    175631    174856    176362|    174675 [   34582]
        x17 unrolled:     181196    181178    180946    181192    181910|    180946 [  190251]
              x65599:     316558    315794    316209    315773    315040|    315040 [    4932]
           Sedgewick:     302714    303212    301968    302747    302675|    301968 [    4428]
          Weinberger:     169686    169583    168872    169626    169443|    168872 [  177873]
         Paul Larson:     243673    242502    243640    243220    243670|    242502 [    5499]
          Paul Hsieh:     649131    649949    648488    649994    645475|    645475 [   30488]
         One At Time:     626641    623071    624939    625774    624507|    623071 [    5476]
             lookup3:     650975    649130    647829    649289    650338|    647829 [    5491]
        Arash Partow:     265070    265825    264401    264930    264790|    264401 [    6272]
              CRC-32:     610859    607187    611789    610533    611337|    607187 [    4450]
         Ramakrishna:     223071    220989    223120    222704    222548|    220989 [   45786]
            Fletcher:     350423    350929    349916    349179    349220|    349179 [  656967]
             Murmur2:     599440    596623    596610    596193    596434|    596193 [    5387]
              Hanson:     616507    614420    615395    613991    614317|    613991 [    5502]
      Novak unrolled:    3703213   3701552   3697230   3695956   3702371|   3695956 [  827051]
                SBox:     615648    616108    612561    614830    614270|    612561 [    5531]
           MaPrime2c:     604237    603232    602706    603185    604472|    602706 [    5418]
2236138 lines read
67108864 elements in the table (26 bits)
        FNV1A_Mantis:    1414060   1396066   1393877   1396518   1398270|   1393877 [   38870]
        FNV1A_Meiyan:    1388087   1383755   1385598   1386043   1386360|   1383755 [   38870]
     FNV1A_Jesteress:    1276767   1278120   1276301   1278992   1277489|   1276301 [   52366]
        FNV1A_Jester:    1276324   1272617   1273682   1272695   1275169|   1272617 [   52366]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:    1606993   1607585   1605035   1608206   1606097|   1605035 [   38870]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:    1734694   1734140   1733263   1732651   1732583|   1732583 [   38870]
          FNV1A_Whiz:    1390833   1391777   1391938   1389530   1388650|   1388650 [   52366]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:    1249256   1251851   1250255   1249701   1249352|   1249256 [  120192]
              FNV-1a:    1551883   1552008   1552458   1553986   1554380|   1551883 [   37073]
    Sixtinsensitive+:    1462062   1464943   1462364   1465825   1461509|   1461509 [  874695]
     Sixtinsensitive:    1587004   1587863   1586630   1588825   1588514|   1586630 [  853608]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:     754643    753367    752366    751711    751470|    751470 [   61964]
             Alfalfa:     759831    760476    760324    755975    758396|    755975 [   61964]
        Alfalfa_HALF:     703983    702255    703254    704896    703020|    702255 [   77952]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:     772994    773507    776440    775655    774433|    772994 [   61957]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:     791489    790109    791096    790529    789867|    789867 [   61964]
           Bernstein:     708235    708293    708170    706924    708002|    706924 [   94387]
                 K&R:     628640    629741    629982    629802    630971|    628640 [   79819]
        x17 unrolled:     602424    602766    601931    602357    601584|    601584 [  261696]
              x65599:    1006278   1004892   1006130   1006777   1005466|   1004892 [   37963]
           Sedgewick:     971510    972081    968579    970603    971071|    968579 [   36010]
          Weinberger:     652452    652945    652292    652099    652433|    652099 [  256510]
         Paul Larson:     818830    819250    821684    819943    820483|    818830 [   36486]
          Paul Hsieh:    1746532   1746605   1746916   1747343   1747962|   1746532 [   75554]
         One At Time:    1733483   1732916   1735070   1731917   1730793|   1730793 [   36793]
             lookup3:    1764904   1765405   1765923   1765881   1765086|   1764904 [   36983]
        Arash Partow:     963668    962974    963429    963413    963106|    962974 [   36388]
              CRC-32:    1663622   1660249   1664231   1660862   1665693|   1660249 [   37609]
         Ramakrishna:     770408    769396    770003    768865    768637|    768637 [   82766]
            Fletcher:    1721008   1721204   1720054   1722647   1723427|   1720054 [  695965]
             Murmur2:    1657460   1677041   1663259   1663913   1666715|   1657460 [   36934]
              Hanson:    1665425   1666912   1667689   1664733   1664926|   1664733 [   37167]
      Novak unrolled:   12656845  12653705  12630037  12648396  12654856|  12630037 [ 2152234]
                SBox:    1672073   1669945   1669037   1668405   1670769|   1668405 [   36476]
           MaPrime2c:    1673357   1672947   1673385   1676177   1672673|   1672673 [   37112]
4803152 lines read
67108864 elements in the table (26 bits)
        FNV1A_Mantis:    3667637   3619626   3619301   3619738   3619989|   3619301 [  168339]
        FNV1A_Meiyan:    3158093   3170332   3157471   3149657   3162523|   3149657 [  168339]
     FNV1A_Jesteress:    3108042   3118687   3117708   3107200   3118254|   3107200 [  170503]
        FNV1A_Jester:    3117035   3127795   3109593   3111441   3104850|   3104850 [  170503]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:    3634410   3638518   3644015   3635830   3642194|   3634410 [  168339]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:    3828805   3833760   3830648   3833406   3830745|   3828805 [  168339]
          FNV1A_Whiz:    3158692   3154045   3145184   3165301   3163577|   3145184 [  170503]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:    3020119   3016961   3012031   3016787   3016000|   3012031 [  215095]
              FNV-1a:    3618889   3619650   3617511   3621621   3622082|   3617511 [  168058]
    Sixtinsensitive+:    3228291   3224199   3222335   3224460   3225548|   3222335 [ 1446295]
     Sixtinsensitive:    3276262   3274611   3279967   3268506   3270754|   3268506 [ 1433399]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:    2038119   2033572   2035803   2038668   2039344|   2033572 [  195034]
             Alfalfa:    2054866   2054098   2055815   2055563   2054383|   2054098 [  195034]
        Alfalfa_HALF:    1931603   1931994   1930541   1930476   1933294|   1930476 [  214254]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:    2075916   2077343   2074443   2077227   2077860|   2074443 [  195036]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:    2142609   2142841   2144551   2144023   2140614|   2140614 [  195034]
           Bernstein:    1949569   1950138   1950618   1950457   1949277|   1949277 [  227590]
                 K&R:    1777344   1773978   1778249   1780201   1779504|   1773978 [  211850]
        x17 unrolled:    1673839   1672945   1675275   1676150   1675708|   1672945 [  432040]
              x65599:    2569081   2567559   2567505   2567406   2563711|   2563711 [  168139]
           Sedgewick:    2501015   2500120   2499380   2502932   2503182|   2499380 [  172013]
          Weinberger:    2166765   2165517   2168824   2164378   2169428|   2164378 [  771987]
         Paul Larson:    2171021   2171078   2172307   2170069   2172243|   2170069 [  166691]
          Paul Hsieh:    3915124   3918454   3916532   3916745   3916634|   3915124 [  238759]
         One At Time:    3968509   3968897   3971247   3972879   3963740|   3963740 [  167708]
             lookup3:    3929637   3930560   3934554   3935090   3932821|   3929637 [  167908]
        Arash Partow:    2327661   2324974   2326664   2324502   2327864|   2324502 [  165769]
              CRC-32:    3827402   3823904   3826003   3824465   3825735|   3823904 [  166743]
         Ramakrishna:    2102876   2096945   2104776   2096236   2100307|   2096236 [  220086]
            Fletcher:    2866068   2864451   2867612   2870070   2866694|   2864451 [ 3262980]
             Murmur2:    3777201   3775199   3776792   3779262   3775499|   3775199 [  167779]
              Hanson:    3794675   3797136   3798722   3795344   3791447|   3791447 [  169743]
      Novak unrolled:   24781943  24801336  24765324  24787730  24792678|  24765324 [ 4562018]
                SBox:    3792345   3791953   3794102   3792559   3795751|   3791953 [  167630]
           MaPrime2c:    3842852   3840271   3841758   3843333   3843608|   3840271 [  167237]
8956496 lines read
67108864 elements in the table (26 bits)
        FNV1A_Mantis:    7238165   7174750   7173415   7174280   7172598|   7172598 [  574438]
        FNV1A_Meiyan:    5785293   5785471   5783231   5785745   5785097|   5783231 [ 1028978]
     FNV1A_Jesteress:    5782319   5781552   5783285   5776728   5778088|   5776728 [ 1028978]
        FNV1A_Jester:    5691056   5694423   5688413   5689528   5691216|   5688413 [  913448]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:    7489839   7496225   7494814   7490145   7494123|   7489839 [  574438]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:    7540153   7539160   7535792   7541224   7536028|   7535792 [  913448]
          FNV1A_Whiz:    5731148   5733867   5731863   5732819   5734153|   5731148 [  913448]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:    6943269   6940225   6936528   6936547   6941259|   6936528 [  896124]
              FNV-1a:    7352504   7351965   7351381   7343253   7355925|   7343253 [  572119]
    Sixtinsensitive+:    7418645   7420299   7420997   7424549   7423662|   7418645 [ 2560474]
     Sixtinsensitive:    6554461   6561619   6552240   6549723   6544012|   6544012 [ 2277956]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:    5215054   5216573   5215516   5218146   5217419|   5215054 [ 1633539]
             Alfalfa:    4729104   4729070   4726638   4726688   4725164|   4725164 [  598532]
        Alfalfa_HALF:    4507165   4510772   4511366   4512481   4509980|   4507165 [  613540]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:    4861767   4863784   4860355   4860968   4859867|   4859867 [  598520]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:    5101948   5100969   5104096   5099370   5100893|   5099370 [  598520]
           Bernstein:    4570598   4571754   4571998   4573560   4570518|   4570518 [  632926]
                 K&R:    4553394   4559056   4560063   4560736   4563033|   4553394 [  609893]
        x17 unrolled:    4026233   4024695   4026958   4027979   4026318|   4024695 [  868872]
              x65599:    5635598   5641981   5636539   5634483   5639369|   5634483 [  574269]
           Sedgewick:    5571934   5575888   5574497   5576708   5574932|   5571934 [  570722]
          Weinberger:    6514845   6512930   6512591   6515809   6509944|   6509944 [ 2462847]
         Paul Larson:    4935348   4933838   4936916   4932347   4932702|   4932347 [  573492]
          Paul Hsieh:    7879237   7878491   7876072   7883724   7883515|   7876072 [  609781]
         One At Time:    8107021   8110202   8108615   8100330   8110020|   8100330 [  572492]
             lookup3:    8046315   8052954   8047261   8048032   8050460|   8046315 [  571014]
        Arash Partow:    5646330   5641066   5645480   5647697   5639981|   5639981 [  569873]
              CRC-32:    7668179   7667150   7664821   7676738   7671295|   7664821 [  570199]
         Ramakrishna:    4919081   4908943   4908436   4909258   4906580|   4906580 [  629279]
            Fletcher:    8630458   8629764   8634048   8631857   8628449|   8628449 [ 2646718]
             Murmur2:    7714643   7711746   7712865   7709524   7713329|   7709524 [  570799]
              Hanson:    7892325   7903920   7893644   7906158   7892381|   7892325 [  581505]
      Novak unrolled:   36087529  36111800  36090350  36077655  35875109|  35875109 [ 8271712]
                SBox:    7452334   7442664   7445438   7450188   7450415|   7442664 [  572545]
           MaPrime2c:    7532988   7532091   7535453   7534930   7534463|   7532091 [  572590]
15006172 lines read
67108864 elements in the table (26 bits)
        FNV1A_Mantis:   13595904  13493992  13494788  13501068  13487730|  13487730 [ 1560014]
        FNV1A_Meiyan:   11537240  11531318  11532993  11532714  11530189|  11530189 [ 1656865]
     FNV1A_Jesteress:   11532153  11528791  11532286  11528071  11530829|  11528071 [ 1656865]
        FNV1A_Jester:   11519463  11513074  11515983  11515509  11514992|  11513074 [ 1599151]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:   13606697  13598877  13599634  13603301  13601308|  13598877 [ 1560794]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:   13652646  13653080  13659376  13655943  13652881|  13652646 [ 1599151]
          FNV1A_Whiz:   11596554  11594431  11597560  11597466  11603005|  11594431 [ 1599151]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:   11743988  11733637  11729284  11731848  11731448|  11729284 [ 1642435]
              FNV-1a:   14308802  14297151  14303444  14302314  14297909|  14297151 [ 1559756]
    Sixtinsensitive+:   12428507  12438356  12430044  12430660  12429333|  12428507 [ 3634999]
     Sixtinsensitive:   12259609  12256110  12259597  12267268  12264516|  12256110 [ 3573121]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:    9511155   9509689   9504519   9512410   9506166|   9504519 [ 1796113]
             Alfalfa:    9555092   9550975   9553087   9552172   9559220|   9550975 [ 1585513]
        Alfalfa_HALF:    9218039   9218235   9223302   9225006   9222260|   9218039 [ 1599087]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:    9691713   9694138   9700336   9694923   9697442|   9691713 [ 1585512]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:   10164107  10160174  10167584  10162423  10164190|  10160174 [ 1585512]
           Bernstein:   10093512  10091343  10091959  10099200  10092111|  10091343 [ 1613382]
                 K&R:    9402234   9394280   9397250   9398806   9400506|   9394280 [ 1601151]
        x17 unrolled:    8394299   8395960   8392668   8394869   8392112|   8392112 [ 1874514]
              x65599:   11807059  11810395  11809685  11803238  11805823|  11803238 [ 1560060]
           Sedgewick:   11783193  11787056  11780403  11788268  11779812|  11779812 [ 1561162]
          Weinberger:   14785493  14786543  14786632  14790689  14787418|  14785493 [ 4913597]
         Paul Larson:    9901819   9903143   9906866   9907658   9905496|   9901819 [ 1558905]
          Paul Hsieh:   14378519  14376157  14375557  14378731  14376534|  14375557 [ 1601618]
         One At Time:   14861583  14868479  14866356  14864822  14865832|  14861583 [ 1559519]
             lookup3:   14293697  14299839  14295553  14296455  14292584|  14292584 [ 1559611]
        Arash Partow:   10611056  10620010  10620099  10609896  10613214|  10609896 [ 1561948]
              CRC-32:   13870795  13875501  13884321  13880811  13876553|  13870795 [ 1559521]
         Ramakrishna:   10757801  10767700  10764462  10763909  10767034|  10757801 [ 1617827]
            Fletcher:   11053223  11055436  11067722  11058159  11061779|  11053223 [ 8696395]
             Murmur2:   13965824  13963006  13973767  13972600  13971766|  13963006 [ 1558392]
              Hanson:   14241355  14239783  14230664  14243646  14241452|  14230664 [ 1589703]
      Novak unrolled:   41789232  42857092  42932938  42933366  42920306|  41789232 [13102749]
                SBox:   14898681  14881080  14887601  14890377  14889406|  14881080 [ 1560519]
           MaPrime2c:   15120643  15122431  15128919  15121175  15130827|  15120643 [ 1557844]
22992127 lines read
67108864 elements in the table (26 bits)
        FNV1A_Mantis:   24158626  24026820  24012915  24018580  24018477|  24012915 [ 3525152]
        FNV1A_Meiyan:   21796203  21790975  21797423  21794329  21792231|  21790975 [ 3611850]
     FNV1A_Jesteress:   21778671  21783601  21790965  21787867  21790894|  21778671 [ 3611850]
        FNV1A_Jester:   21966314  21964206  21964506  21966308  21952556|  21952556 [ 3654062]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:   24319429  24321402  24325090  24318674  24326226|  24318674 [ 3525152]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:   24922977  24916925  24912583  24920637  24926298|  24912583 [ 3654062]
          FNV1A_Whiz:   21929037  21924909  21927514  21925535  21917368|  21917368 [ 3654062]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:   22924216  22935837  22933260  22926232  22942546|  22924216 [ 3739373]
              FNV-1a:   24774128  24775678  24763143  24761864  24764053|  24761864 [ 3527537]
    Sixtinsensitive+:   23957250  23960758  23957393  23954151  23961592|  23954151 [ 5880454]
     Sixtinsensitive:   22665764  22667747  22669624  22669263  22656709|  22656709 [ 5652221]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:   18499756  18518101  18497826  18504499  18489872|  18489872 [ 3613229]
             Alfalfa:   18700728  18707556  18706164  18687605  18704447|  18687605 [ 3544682]
        Alfalfa_HALF:   18118347  18109749  18096846  18098991  18107586|  18096846 [ 3558121]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:   19011231  18999288  19008383  19012153  19004319|  18999288 [ 3544682]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:   19697884  19711517  19700974  19700169  19699546|  19697884 [ 3544682]
           Bernstein:   18554484  18546685  18557135  18556775  18554435|  18546685 [ 3574833]
                 K&R:   17823310  17806216  17804168  17809417  17827806|  17804168 [ 3561685]
        x17 unrolled:   16913241  16919297  16923539  16912180  16924955|  16912180 [ 3832933]
              x65599:   21123155  21117897  21117002  21114840  21110771|  21110771 [ 3528251]
           Sedgewick:   20807177  20793834  20797859  20578555  20276595|  20276595 [ 3525723]
          Weinberger:   25977983  25979240  25986103  25979034  25979342|  25977983 [ 7239926]
         Paul Larson:   20232801  20241230  20230396  20239305  20244618|  20230396 [ 3523757]
          Paul Hsieh:   24913566  24909014  24908465  24906169  24907676|  24906169 [ 3551794]
         One At Time:   25886716  25887608  25886076  25888907  25886085|  25886076 [ 3525042]
             lookup3:   25183352  25184934  25182102  25182689  25185551|  25182102 [ 3526141]
        Arash Partow:   20689284  20687946  20690665  20688826  20691385|  20687946 [ 3528077]
              CRC-32:   24207209  24200303  24198482  24207292  24196060|  24196060 [ 3529021]
         Ramakrishna:   19398256  19646882  19640795  19650220  19651888|  19398256 [ 3580093]
            Fletcher:   29948959  29951502  29942569  29939246  29936698|  29936698 [ 7785869]
             Murmur2:   25104250  25095587  25105976  25107442  25104796|  25095587 [ 3523751]
              Hanson:   25416767  25424741  25414078  25401871  25416062|  25401871 [ 3607402]
      Novak unrolled:   45947542  45941565  45941924  45934532  45954285|  45934532 [17947092]
                SBox:   25078289  25076715  25082075  25078397  25087439|  25076715 [ 3523461]
           MaPrime2c:   25533547  25545953  25539706  25533713  25525412|  25525412 [ 3525183]
32707519 lines read
67108864 elements in the table (26 bits)
        FNV1A_Mantis:   39988351  39527120  39521415  39517286  39515840|  39515840 [ 6818433]
        FNV1A_Meiyan:   37825600  37837441  37833562  37838891  37841104|  37825600 [ 6848898]
     FNV1A_Jesteress:   37820102  37837411  37838488  37824783  37824491|  37820102 [ 6848898]
        FNV1A_Jester:   38397086  38390674  38389672  38382813  38398400|  38382813 [ 6844433]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:   39457813  39441298  39448008  39439015  39443900|  39439015 [ 6820479]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:   39791140  39796216  39808856  39799403  39800874|  39791140 [ 6844433]
          FNV1A_Whiz:   38659808  38682414  38685801  38675892  38683641|  38659808 [ 6844433]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:   35980270  35978571  35979878  35987750  35989149|  35978571 [ 6862897]
              FNV-1a:   40298648  39483868  39493026  39497644  39495955|  39483868 [ 6820338]
    Sixtinsensitive+:   36900751  36903534  36910701  36896828  36889738|  36889738 [ 8918604]
     Sixtinsensitive:   36455568  36449586  36466176  36460641  36469852|  36449586 [ 8890228]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:   30764553  30756924  30755192  30770170  30774059|  30755192 [ 6874377]
             Alfalfa:   31512989  31505690  31501917  31524668  31524038|  31501917 [ 6837237]
        Alfalfa_HALF:   30843476  30846660  30852204  30856627  30847004|  30843476 [ 6844423]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:   31647513  31629638  31652716  31649628  31661832|  31629638 [ 6837236]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:   32605462  32604801  32604673  32606284  32602752|  32602752 [ 6837236]
           Bernstein:   31515964  31527181  31525803  31528160  31532190|  31515964 [ 6857971]
                 K&R:   30705519  30717854  30714617  30724354  30718401|  30705519 [ 6850978]
        x17 unrolled:   29116291  29103703  29104379  29110681  29086496|  29086496 [ 7098408]
              x65599:   34793236  34799253  34770455  34784362  34780468|  34770455 [ 6819716]
           Sedgewick:   34569251  34567002  34577666  34564315  34561164|  34561164 [ 6818912]
          Weinberger:   40935422  40917253  40930788  40914273  40930111|  40914273 [10307895]
         Paul Larson:   32586003  32587787  32585940  32588440  32595531|  32585940 [ 6817853]
          Paul Hsieh:   39995081  39979023  39987648  39988538  39995288|  39979023 [ 6855160]
         One At Time:   42011913  42013280  42013413  42005403  42012211|  42005403 [ 6818900]
             lookup3:   39556854  39557417  39562823  39551936  39547381|  39547381 [ 6816040]
        Arash Partow:   33946649  33934254  33946380  33943225  33946021|  33934254 [ 6820854]
              CRC-32:   39418224  39412442  39409394  39413075  39418628|  39409394 [ 6818991]
         Ramakrishna:   33070346  33070213  33057437  33063991  33072336|  33057437 [ 6864715]
            Fletcher:   33975405  33979633  33980083  33978743  33984025|  33975405 [17501262]
             Murmur2:   39083610  39084038  39088283  39125362  39086522|  39083610 [ 6817202]
              Hanson:   40003706  39985623  40002751  40006958  40002786|  39985623 [ 7000005]
      Novak unrolled:   43914519  43911986  43911667  43918337  43922803|  43911667 [20559205]
                SBox:   39584409  39580139  39596249  39576245  39580381|  39576245 [ 6821829]
           MaPrime2c:   40608889  40618248  40606235  40624182  40616532|  40606235 [ 6819946]
43802365 lines read
67108864 elements in the table (26 bits)
        FNV1A_Mantis:   58974113  58369951  58374841  58362704  58348745|  58348745 [11635004]
        FNV1A_Meiyan:   54874951  54879206  54869062  54886841  54860495|  54860495 [11659429]
     FNV1A_Jesteress:   51859108  51862487  51866801  51875308  51874220|  51859108 [11818547]
        FNV1A_Jester:   52771438  52721088  52767159  52695121  52695328|  52695121 [12062644]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:   59260782  59269339  59270899  59280591  59264188|  59260782 [11635004]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:   59714542  59698697  59682475  59683315  59693458|  59682475 [11677586]
          FNV1A_Whiz:   56905173  56908842  56910921  56921806  56906767|  56905173 [12062644]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:   57900056  57924189  57906727  57925634  57920465|  57900056 [12199626]
              FNV-1a:   60694815  60698345  60691119  60698018  60708890|  60691119 [11630492]
    Sixtinsensitive+:   58201284  58202603  58207591  58200774  58194895|  58194895 [14097063]
     Sixtinsensitive:   60218653  60228138  60219754  60223908  60217933|  60217933 [14027127]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:   50265495  50268500  50283150  50248168  50274462|  50248168 [11667363]
             Alfalfa:   50810912  50824358  50812412  50815218  50811538|  50810912 [11646579]
        Alfalfa_HALF:   49993765  50001833  49983017  49970084  49978918|  49970084 [11652948]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:   51407650  51407289  51433755  51415972  51415940|  51407289 [11646593]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:   52764856  52793832  52772720  52765259  52770670|  52764856 [11646573]
           Bernstein:   51254993  51259595  51254995  51248968  51261416|  51248968 [11662585]
                 K&R:   50156462  50146775  50153904  50155035  50158917|  50146775 [11655087]
        x17 unrolled:   47880045  47888111  47908213  47894567  47887530|  47880045 [11861222]
              x65599:   55195718  55213920  55209340  55209840  55209749|  55195718 [11632515]
           Sedgewick:   55140272  55150778  55146067  55133415  55163562|  55133415 [11633458]
          Weinberger:   63275904  63268669  63269355  63288042  63277133|  63268669 [15481171]
         Paul Larson:   52455207  52456798  52453479  52454611  52448618|  52448618 [11630978]
          Paul Hsieh:   60694738  60701136  60705950  60699796  60694817|  60694738 [11651683]
         One At Time:   64224929  64228551  64244266  64234036  64221616|  64221616 [11634172]
             lookup3:   61644201  61619352  61627501  61635981  61622698|  61619352 [11632483]
        Arash Partow:   55895677  55910037  55910817  55904852  55895717|  55895677 [11628687]
              CRC-32:   60090499  60101814  60093724  60090572  60082081|  60082081 [11633685]
         Ramakrishna:   53303066  53293073  53300578  53286401  53297342|  53286401 [11671893]
            Fletcher:   73381324  73401070  73377277  73403336  73407899|  73377277 [17365212]
             Murmur2:   59768623  59788312  59783939  59778956  59781951|  59768623 [11630747]
              Hanson:   61857219  61852257  61848326  61852462  61849178|  61848326 [11992494]
      Novak unrolled:   42718033  42712352  42711496  42715566  42699013|  42699013 [19028002]
                SBox:   60689731  60692603  60691247  60701986  60705897|  60689731 [11633664]
           MaPrime2c:   62103888  62114951  62100360  62106704  62118843|  62100360 [11628836]

D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\_KAZE_hash_test_r3\RESULTS_Intel Merom>           
           
D:\WorkTemp\_KAZE_hash_test_r2_enwik>hash "Word-list_00,584,879_Russian_Spell-Check_Unknown-Quality.slv"
584879 lines read
2097152 elements in the table (21 bits)
        FNV1A_Mantis:     433292    414606    414699    414327    415485|    414327 [   74643]
        FNV1A_Meiyan:     395834    396420    397419    398415    397845|    395834 [   75377]
     FNV1A_Jesteress:     394035    393301    393869    392759    394087|    392759 [   75404]
        FNV1A_Jester:     393466    393357    394683    393213    393492|    393213 [   74478]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:     423057    421188    420991    419938    420987|    419938 [   74554]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:     424882    422897    423452    422477    423934|    422477 [   74510]
          FNV1A_Whiz:     402838    399576    401139    400823    400771|    399576 [   74478]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:     410716    411345    409512    411163    410681|    409512 [   74597]
              FNV-1a:     446752    447704    445087    446719    443748|    443748 [   74184]
    Sixtinsensitive+:     427341    426709    427705    425846    427176|    425846 [   78303]
     Sixtinsensitive:     426444    426659    427084    426534    426657|    426444 [   75351]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:     358526    358316    356909    359645    358622|    356909 [   74773]
             Alfalfa:     367388    366231    366471    367111    366013|    366013 [   74581]
        Alfalfa_HALF:     362721    364525    361837    363541    362886|    361837 [   74959]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:     370116    367279    369297    367727    368422|    367279 [   74764]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:     382263    382291    381850    380988    380065|    380065 [   74544]
           Bernstein:     378824    379106    378587    378196    379222|    378196 [   73941]
                 K&R:     361366    360204    359923    363356    359354|    359354 [   74758]
        x17 unrolled:     364702    362985    365934    363519    364982|    362985 [   75124]
              x65599:     384952    382228    383741    384072    384530|    382228 [   74541]
           Sedgewick:     373543    372734    374373    374214    373628|    372734 [   74796]
          Weinberger:     484143    483779    484161    483246    483947|    483246 [  140473]
         Paul Larson:     376642    376688    375547    377194    375440|    375440 [   74389]
          Paul Hsieh:     447260    444118    445200    444059    446564|    444059 [   74724]
         One At Time:     470383    467767    469418    470807    471086|    467767 [   74614]
             lookup3:     458985    457962    458897    459440    458853|    457962 [   74784]
        Arash Partow:     383643    383933    385687    381777    384760|    381777 [   74558]
              CRC-32:     429007    429629    429310    428642    429072|    428642 [   74307]
         Ramakrishna:     394494    394460    397206    394521    394829|    394460 [   74499]
            Fletcher:     481416    482321    483359    481936    481438|    481416 [  323403]
             Murmur2:     429547    429434    431137    432518    429648|    429434 [   74234]
              Hanson:     440258    440485    440324    441485    440447|    440258 [   82666]
      Novak unrolled:     390613    392690    391512    391566    391470|    390613 [  117885]
                SBox:     436251    436405    435717    437996    436744|    435717 [   74645]
           MaPrime2c:     456508    456965    456583    455300    455864|    455300 [   74249]

D:\WorkTemp\_KAZE_hash_test_r2_enwik>hash "Word-list_12,561,874_wikipedia-en-html.tar.wrd"
12561874 lines read
33554432 elements in the table (25 bits)
        FNV1A_Mantis:   13025913  12941933  12936990  12930739  12931958|  12930739 [ 2082213]
        FNV1A_Meiyan:   12661558  12659545  12658145  12659879  12660024|  12658145 [ 2111271]
     FNV1A_Jesteress:   12596903  12602762  12598847  12600127  12605185|  12596903 [ 2121868]
        FNV1A_Jester:   12622228  12621510  12624276  12620132  12645242|  12620132 [ 2138053]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:   13081017  13089179  13094246  13082423  13088104|  13081017 [ 2083208]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:   13161377  13156271  13161779  13160798  13155463|  13155463 [ 2104754]
          FNV1A_Whiz:   12723632  12714292  12720050  12716932  12714050|  12714050 [ 2138053]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:   12975439  12972944  12968316  12970019  12962745|  12962745 [ 2252381]
              FNV-1a:   13485692  13478666  13478893  13479758  13485449|  13478666 [ 2081195]
    Sixtinsensitive+:   13393335  13397119  13392683  13392720  13393269|  13392683 [ 2251734]
     Sixtinsensitive:   13133206  13123326  13129833  13131186  13126694|  13123326 [ 2139242]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:   11931702  11940983  11934975  11938328  11932875|  11931702 [ 2114568]
             Alfalfa:   12099473  12097970  12104741  12098181  12099029|  12097970 [ 2074883]
        Alfalfa_HALF:   11967153  11964687  11963729  11958004  11957514|  11957514 [ 2077426]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:   12178647  12168223  12165878  12162584  12160517|  12160517 [ 2074883]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:   12424108  12406482  12419677  12417910  12414650|  12406482 [ 2074883]
           Bernstein:   12273941  12267380  12272109  12268807  12266884|  12266884 [ 2074237]
                 K&R:   12021643  12040364  12023988  12033987  12022094|  12021643 [ 2083145]
        x17 unrolled:   11756564  11753086  11754753  11757836  11754012|  11753086 [ 2410605]
              x65599:   12614103  12624012  12613298  12614709  12608723|  12608723 [ 2102893]
           Sedgewick:   12528412  12528424  12520723  12522468  12518290|  12518290 [ 2080640]
          Weinberger:   15296607  15280304  15279982  15276695  15280469|  15276695 [ 3541181]
         Paul Larson:   12319721  12305980  12311804  12306637  12311424|  12305980 [ 2080111]
          Paul Hsieh:   13664107  13655820  13662689  13656528  13660826|  13655820 [ 2180206]
         One At Time:   13954009  13949498  13944807  13944318  13938482|  13938482 [ 2087861]
             lookup3:   13741374  13745691  13753979  13740605  13746673|  13740605 [ 2084889]
        Arash Partow:   12688415  12683455  12680961  12687358  12679559|  12679559 [ 2084572]
              CRC-32:   13217962  13228412  13217117  13221364  13220603|  13217117 [ 2075088]
         Ramakrishna:   12574166  12574505  12565820  12564419  12564615|  12564419 [ 2093253]
            Fletcher:   40373113  40364475  40359342  40375056  40372740|  40359342 [ 9063797]
             Murmur2:   13243146  13244046  13238086  13240588  13240356|  13238086 [ 2081476]
              Hanson:   13351601  13356831  13355175  13355085  13348765|  13348765 [ 2129832]
      Novak unrolled:   40669387  40672956  40666950  40655254  40673645|  40655254 [ 6318611]
                SBox:   13229607  13233338  13233287  13234148  13239758|  13229607 [ 2084018]
           MaPrime2c:   13623451  13638199  13631678  13636544  13627828|  13623451 [ 2084467]

D:\WorkTemp\_KAZE_hash_test_r2_enwik>hash "Word-list_22,202,980_wikipedia-de-en-es-fr-it-nl-pt-ro-html.tar.wrd"
22202980 lines read
67108864 elements in the table (26 bits)
        FNV1A_Mantis:   25494347  25184767  25191381  25192563  25196596|  25184767 [ 3298270]
        FNV1A_Meiyan:   24608412  24606988  24615159  24605618  24608875|  24605618 [ 3345260]
     FNV1A_Jesteress:   24495550  24501637  24494654  24499443  24501047|  24494654 [ 3355676]
        FNV1A_Jester:   24528623  24535643  24522728  24535292  24531084|  24522728 [ 3369088]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:   25414387  25420832  25409604  25401088  25399886|  25399886 [ 3298433]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:   25478095  25476487  25487670  25476978  25484455|  25476487 [ 3333193]
          FNV1A_Whiz:   24726720  24719635  24734745  24712231  24734918|  24712231 [ 3369088]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:   24538621  24518183  24537242  24525723  24514211|  24514211 [ 3505371]
              FNV-1a:   26184586  26188546  26191476  26182717  26187223|  26182717 [ 3297552]
    Sixtinsensitive+:   25270424  25279648  25272347  25269507  25282389|  25269507 [ 3507772]
     Sixtinsensitive:   24905472  24895751  24908884  24908408  24906831|  24895751 [ 3373923]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:   22583441  22581399  22572791  22569538  22586514|  22569538 [ 3408920]
             Alfalfa:   22884125  22891052  22884076  22883168  22890956|  22883168 [ 3288684]
        Alfalfa_HALF:   22443371  22447307  22440735  22439119  22431857|  22431857 [ 3286890]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:   22937778  22943611  22939829  22949285  22940614|  22937778 [ 3288684]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:   23438617  23432255  23428391  23427070  23426567|  23426567 [ 3288684]
           Bernstein:   23093392  23089451  23097113  23089267  23094195|  23089267 [ 3290766]
                 K&R:   22609184  22618815  22595611  22641760  22617522|  22595611 [ 3290941]
        x17 unrolled:   22050776  22029009  22043137  22037542  22039408|  22029009 [ 3830652]
              x65599:   24293278  24308184  24300650  24314292  24292847|  24292847 [ 3325064]
           Sedgewick:   24144258  24141855  24149228  24143304  24140802|  24140802 [ 3302263]
          Weinberger:   28477342  28475184  28476945  28468589  28462932|  28462932 [ 5732660]
         Paul Larson:   23420856  23415635  23413254  23418684  23409268|  23409268 [ 3296692]
          Paul Hsieh:   26476061  26487753  26487210  26491646  26494016|  26476061 [ 3498543]
         One At Time:   27124361  27131909  27136213  27132909  27128473|  27124361 [ 3304908]
             lookup3:   26625122  26625602  26621784  26623375  26636929|  26621784 [ 3299369]
        Arash Partow:   24288549  24288749  24297912  24290040  24298147|  24288549 [ 3325683]
              CRC-32:   25689258  25696609  25694660  25694885  25694936|  25689258 [ 3298998]
         Ramakrishna:   23721149  23709456  23720039  23708997  23716555|  23708997 [ 3321824]
            Fletcher:   63643667  63633157  63641870  63636762  63644313|  63633157 [14915258]
             Murmur2:   25680120  25679170  25680368  25684702  25677670|  25677670 [ 3297709]
              Hanson:   26013717  26007562  26009393  26004069  26007862|  26004069 [ 3408497]
      Novak unrolled:   79673540  79674315  77631866  77520098  79480554|  77520098 [10591108]
                SBox:   25728400  25725435  25717289  25711903  25715216|  25711903 [ 3298021]
           MaPrime2c:   26434133  26438687  26431104  26435134  26440244|  26431104 [ 3299747]

D:\WorkTemp\_KAZE_hash_test_r2_enwik>hash enwik8
919074 lines read
2097152 elements in the table (21 bits)
        FNV1A_Mantis:    1033229   1020232   1022150   1018821   1021463|   1018821 [  315394]
        FNV1A_Meiyan:    1002905   1007051   1003813   1002090   1004849|   1002090 [  315896]
     FNV1A_Jesteress:    1002921   1001218   1003519   1005302   1004096|   1001218 [  316210]
        FNV1A_Jester:    1071482   1071567   1072452   1072278   1071216|   1071216 [  315221]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:    1268884   1268907   1271641   1268030   1268842|   1268030 [  315159]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:    1088467   1084973   1085919   1088084   1086616|   1084973 [  315363]
          FNV1A_Whiz:    1080198   1079862   1080608   1079864   1080239|   1079862 [  315221]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:    1095710   1095304   1094566   1095972   1095196|   1094566 [  315017]
              FNV-1a:    1610918   1610261   1610390   1612379   1610072|   1610072 [  314801]
    Sixtinsensitive+:    1229714   1228876   1228294   1229187   1226981|   1226981 [  318004]
     Sixtinsensitive:    1272345   1269384   1270718   1272037   1267963|   1267963 [  317380]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:    1283905   1276236   1275904   1275605   1275392|   1275392 [  315641]
             Alfalfa:    1604437   1605047   1605618   1605128   1605220|   1604437 [  315210]
        Alfalfa_HALF:    1624906   1623466   1623733   1624470   1622595|   1622595 [  315095]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:    1653406   1652292   1651419   1654278   1653129|   1651419 [  315312]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:    1505313   1505259   1504602   1504956   1503165|   1503165 [  315200]
           Bernstein:    1660213   1661711   1658705   1658291   1662041|   1658291 [  314979]
                 K&R:    1656849   1656492   1656669   1657161   1657273|   1656492 [  314963]
        x17 unrolled:    1641523   1644347   1641573   1642418   1643330|   1641523 [  315388]
              x65599:    1619079   1619361   1621860   1619911   1618999|   1618999 [  315732]
           Sedgewick:    1663036   1634199   1636894   1634682   1636983|   1634199 [  314968]
          Weinberger:    3279382   3279717   3280152   3281914   3278772|   3278772 [  501816]
         Paul Larson:    1621532   1617613   1620717   1618781   1621256|   1617613 [  315253]
          Paul Hsieh:    1346432   1342157   1343371   1343957   1345467|   1342157 [  315244]
         One At Time:    2209085   2211673   2211455   2213234   2210790|   2209085 [  315418]
             lookup3:    1381967   1378148   1378813   1378829   1378402|   1378148 [  315370]
        Arash Partow:    2136272   2140238   2140562   2140294   2138502|   2136272 [  315008]
              CRC-32:    1500835   1499952   1499140   1497856   1495970|   1495970 [  314715]
         Ramakrishna:    1952815   1950413   1954540   1952528   1952637|   1950413 [  315085]
            Fletcher:    1150090   1145629   1147048   1147148   1146122|   1145629 [  334599]
             Murmur2:    1137819   1136947   1139202   1135478   1138187|   1135478 [  314921]
              Hanson:    1788300   1786686   1786203   1788174   1788178|   1786203 [  409582]
      Novak unrolled:    1263043   1262344   1263382   1261279   1263250|   1261279 [  320229]
                SBox:    1248400   1250614   1248987   1247315   1248411|   1247315 [  314979]
           MaPrime2c:    1650863   1653696   1651634   1653381   1649328|   1649328 [  315057]

D:\WorkTemp\_KAZE_hash_test_r2_enwik>hash enwik9
10920423 lines read
33554432 elements in the table (25 bits)
        FNV1A_Mantis:   12988561  12886053  12863399  12868641  12879614|  12863399 [ 4523028]
        FNV1A_Meiyan:   12769900  12759593  12762876  12763194  12764377|  12759593 [ 4562577]
     FNV1A_Jesteress:   12749896  12754845  12746881  12741295  12740429|  12740429 [ 4564891]
        FNV1A_Jester:   13387234  13373862  13380851  13375862  13386965|  13373862 [ 4527332]
       FNV1A_Smaragd:   15342602  15316439  15318957  15318572  15314340|  15314340 [ 4514617]
     FNV1A_Peregrine:   13523515  13526511  13530249  13529663  13533897|  13523515 [ 4525910]
          FNV1A_Whiz:   13482372  13484890  13490214  13478041  13478878|  13478041 [ 4527332]
     FNV1A_Nefertiti:   13659281  13658889  13662425  13652929  13647707|  13647707 [ 4533171]
              FNV-1a:   18844334  18851619  18838588  18856768  18866092|  18838588 [ 4514228]
    Sixtinsensitive+:   15208202  15194138  15197427  15200174  15194425|  15194138 [ 4571792]
     Sixtinsensitive:   15686056  15675147  15675532  15675416  15677496|  15675147 [ 4574963]
     Alfalfa_Rollick:   15498510  15505679  15496285  15505810  15486202|  15486202 [ 4578086]
             Alfalfa:   18691053  18703142  18705084  18699808  18727316|  18691053 [ 4512330]
        Alfalfa_HALF:   18854539  18859750  18849253  18853461  18849216|  18849216 [ 4515984]
       Alfalfa_DWORD:   19143659  19238510  19151048  19205053  19177588|  19143659 [ 4512167]
       Alfalfa_QWORD:   17789030  17776300  17757255  17753925  17755538|  17753925 [ 4511936]
           Bernstein:   19291200  19302214  19340487  19296857  19277998|  19277998 [ 4514664]
                 K&R:   19290405  19282402  19336179  19280168  19317313|  19280168 [ 4514310]
        x17 unrolled:   19024203  19034653  19030783  19022472  19037605|  19022472 [ 4518655]
              x65599:   18878727  18883522  18888396  18883028  18886054|  18878727 [ 4519641]
           Sedgewick:   19012112  19010869  19009618  19019726  19003576|  19003576 [ 4514049]
          Weinberger:   37229689  37232759  37231108  37239490  37288342|  37229689 [ 6171423]
         Paul Larson:   18964255  18924290  18898430  18904925  18924518|  18898430 [ 4516902]
          Paul Hsieh:   16378768  16205221  16212642  16208594  16202524|  16202524 [ 4538732]
         One At Time:   24785370  24770898  24775511  24779519  24779318|  24770898 [ 4513773]
             lookup3:   16454883  16445334  16437735  16438718  16457536|  16437735 [ 4513053]
        Arash Partow:   24042232  24023152  24046103  24050015  24041337|  24023152 [ 4511414]
              CRC-32:   17615125  17622436  17624638  17631244  17614311|  17614311 [ 4517290]
         Ramakrishna:   22198438  22195405  22202053  22195139  22205071|  22195139 [ 4516115]
            Fletcher:   21287396  21277818  21263837  21264085  21263236|  21263236 [ 5125308]
             Murmur2:   14096794  14075221  14067201  14077413  14075908|  14067201 [ 4512608]
              Hanson:  974261781 982675775 982334451 980617769 981943891| 974261781 [ 5824709]
      Novak unrolled:   16430422  16422476  16383546  16361514  16372587|  16361514 [ 4792872]
                SBox:   15214945  15250881  15186352  15192458  15203459|  15186352 [ 4513800]
           MaPrime2c:   19237607  19240213  19241669  19249336  19244629|  19237607 [ 4514406]

D:\WorkTemp\_KAZE_hash_test_r2_enwik>

Add-on from 2011-Mar-16:

Some tests (on my Intel Merom 2.16GHz, Windows XP 32bit, VS2008 32bit compiler):

D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\VivaNicolaTesla>dir/oe
 Volume in drive D is H320_Vol5
 Volume Serial Number is 0CB3-C881

 Directory of D:\_KAZE_new-stuff\VivaNicolaTesla

03/16/2011  07:54 AM    <DIR>          ..
03/16/2011  07:54 AM    <DIR>          .
03/16/2011  07:39 AM           218,698 hash.cod
03/16/2011  07:39 AM            65,440 hash.cpp
03/16/2011  07:39 AM            87,552 hash.exe
03/16/2011  07:39 AM             8,390 BuildLog.htm
11/14/2010  02:39 PM         7,000,453 Word-list_00,584,879_Russian_Spell-Check_Unknown-Quality.slv
12/03/2010  07:30 AM        42,892,307 IPS.TXT
11/14/2010  02:39 PM         4,347,243 Sentence-list_00,032,359_English_The_Holy_Bible.txt
03/15/2011  12:10 PM       104,857,601 100MB_as_one_line.TXT
03/16/2011  07:54 AM       409,829,386 googlebooks-eng-us-all-4gram-20090715-graffith_A_distinct.txt
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Album: Exilarch
Lyrics: Conjure One - I Dream In Colour

I look at the river
But I'm thinking of the sea
The past overwritten 
By what I hope to be 

I search for the essence 
It's my command 
That is the centre 
It's what I demand 

In my mind
I'm standing in a glass house 
Looking below 
Don't wanna look without seeing 
Don't wanna touch without feeling 

I dream in colour,
yeah I dream in colour 
When the world's in black and sepia tone 
Or in sleepy monochrome 
I dream in colour,
yeah I dream in colour 
I see much further than this 
I see much further than this, yeah 

In a room with no windows 
And painted doors 
What once was my ceiling 
Now is the floor 
My landscape is changing 
From out of the dust 
It's some kind of healing 
Like the sun's coming up 

In my mind
I'm standing in a glass house 
Looking below 
Don't wanna hear without listening 
Don't wanna talk without speaking 

I can see through the clouds of grey 
Got a window on the world 
I can sweep them all away 
Got a window on the world 
Don't wanna look without seeing 
Don't wanna touch without feeling 

I dream in colour, 
yeah I dream in colour 
When the world's in black and sepia tone
Or in sleepy monochrome 
I dream in colour, 
yeah I dream in colour 
I see much further than this 
There is gotta be more than this, yeah ...
Album: Extraordinary Ways
Lyrics: Conjure One - Forever lost

So many times
So many promises
Heard all the lies
I've heard all the things you've said

Truth is like a fear
Fear of heaven
Truth's your only fear
Fear of heaven ...
Forever lost ...

Lost? Listen following ambient music:
Delerium - 1989 - Faces Forms And Illusions - Mecca
Delerium - 1989 - Morpheus - Gaza
Delerium - 1989 - Morpheus - Somnolent
Delerium - 1990 - (Re-Release 1997) Syrophenikan - Fallen Idols
Delerium - 1990 - Stone Tower - Aftermath
Delerium - 1991 - (Re-Release 1997) Spiritual Archives - Aftermath
Delerium - 1991 - (Re-Release 1997) Spiritual Archives - Sermon (Bonus Track)
Delerium - 1991 - Euphoric - Decade
Delerium - 1994 - (Re-Release 1997) Spheres II - Hypoxia
Delerium - 1994 - Semantic Spaces - Consensual Worlds
Delerium - 1994 - Semantic Spaces - Incantation
Delerium - 1995 - Reflections I - Lost Passion
Delerium - 1997 - (Re-Release 1999) Karma Limited Edition CD1 - 'til The End Of Time
Delerium - 1997 - (Re-Release 1999) Karma Limited Edition CD1 - Euphoria (Firefly)
Delerium - 1997 - (Re-Release 1999) Karma Limited Edition CD1 - Forgotten Worlds
Delerium - 1997 - (Re-Release 1999) Karma Limited Edition CD1 - Remembrance
Delerium - 1997 - (Re-Release 1999) Karma Limited Edition CD1 - Silence
Delerium - 1997 - (Re-Release 1999) Karma Limited Edition CD1 - Twilight
Delerium - 1997 - (Re-Release 1999) Karma Limited Edition CD1 - Wisdom
Delerium - 1997 - (Re-Release 1999) Karma Limited Edition CD2 - Incantation [12'' Mix Edit]
Delerium - 1997 - (Re-Release 1999) Karma Limited Edition CD2 - Silence [Sanctuary Mix]
Delerium - 1997 - (Re-Release 2000) Karma German Limited Edition CD2 - Silence [Airscape Remix] (Edit)
Delerium - 1997 - (Re-Release 2000) Karma German Limited Edition CD2 - Silence [Airscape Remix]
Delerium - 1997 - (Re-Release 2000) Karma German Limited Edition CD2 - Silence [Dj Tiesto In Search Of Sunrise Remix]
Delerium - 1997 - Karma (1st Press) - 'til The End Of Time
Delerium - 1997 - Karma (1st Press) - Euphoria (Firefly)
Delerium - 1997 - Karma (1st Press) - Forgotten Worlds
Delerium - 1997 - Karma (1st Press) - Remembrance
Delerium - 1997 - Karma (1st Press) - Silence
Delerium - 1997 - Karma (1st Press) - Twilight
Delerium - 1997 - Karma (1st Press) - Wisdom
Delerium - 2000 - (Re-Release 2001) Poem Belgian Limited Edition CD2 - Innocente [Mr Sam's The Space Between Us Remix] (Featuring Leigh Nash)
Delerium - 2000 - (Re-Release 2001) Poem Belgian Limited Edition CD2 - Silence [Dj Tiesto's In Search Of Sunrise Remix] (Featuring Sarah Mclachlan)
Delerium - 2000 - (Re-Release 2001) Poem Belgian Limited Edition CD2 - Terra Firma (Featuring Aude)
Delerium - 2000 - Poem Limited Edition CD1 - Innocente (Featuring Leigh Nash)
Delerium - 2000 - Poem Limited Edition CD1 - Terra Firma (Featuring Aude)
Delerium - 2000 - Poem Limited Edition CD1 - Underwater (Featuring Rani Kamal)
Delerium - 2001 - Archives Vol 1 CD1 - Monuments Of Deceit [Faces, Forms & Illusions 1988]
Delerium - 2001 - Archives Vol 1 CD1 - New Dawn [Faces, Forms & Illusions 1988]
Delerium - 2001 - Archives Vol 1 CD1 - Somnolent [Morpheus 1989]
Delerium - 2001 - Archives Vol 1 CD1 - Sword [Faces, Forms & Illusions 1988]
Delerium - 2001 - Archives Vol 2 CD2 - Hypoxia [Spheres II 1994]
Delerium - 2001 - Odyssey The Remix Collection CD1 - Silence [Dj Tiesto's In Search Of Sunrise Remix]
Delerium - 2001 - Odyssey The Remix Collection CD1 - Underwater [Above And Beyond's 21st Century Mix]
Delerium - 2001 - Odyssey The Remix Collection CD2 - Incantation [12'' Mix] (Edit)
Delerium - 2001 - Odyssey The Remix Collection CD2 - Silence [Fade's Sanctuary Mix]
Delerium - 2001 - Odyssey The Remix Collection CD2 - Underwater [Mauve's Dark Vocal Mix]
Delerium - 2003 - (Re-Release) Chimera UK Limited Edition CD2 - After All [Amniotic Insomniac Remix By Adrian Shubert] (Featuring Jael)
Delerium - 2003 - (Re-Release) Chimera UK Limited Edition CD2 - After All [Andrew Sega Mix] (Featuring Jael)
Delerium - 2003 - (Re-Release) Chimera UK Limited Edition CD2 - After All [Satoshi Tomiie Remix] (Featuring Jael)
Delerium - 2003 - (Re-Release) Chimera UK Limited Edition CD2 - Stopwatch Hearts (Featuring Emily Haines)
Delerium - 2003 - After All (US Single 1) - After All [Album Edit] (Featuring Jael)
Delerium - 2003 - After All (US Single 1) - After All [Amniotic Insomniac Mix By Adrian Schubert] (Featuring Jael)
Delerium - 2003 - After All (US Single 1) - After All [Satoshie Tomiie Remix] (Featuring Jael)
Delerium - 2003 - After All (US Single 1) - After All [Svenson & Gielen Remix] (Featuring Jael)
Delerium - 2003 - Chimera Limited Edition CD1 - After All (Featuring Jael)
Delerium - 2003 - Chimera Limited Edition CD1 - Fallen (Featuring Rani)
Delerium - 2003 - Chimera Limited Edition CD1 - Returning (Featuring Kristy Thirsk)
Delerium - 2003 - Chimera Limited Edition CD1 - Run For It (Featuring Leigh Nash)
Delerium - 2003 - Chimera Limited Edition CD1 - Truly (Featuring Nerina Pallot)
Delerium - 2003 - Chimera Limited Edition CD2 - After All [Andrew Sega Remix] (Featuring Jael)
Delerium - 2003 - Chimera Limited Edition CD2 - Stopwatch Hearts (Featuring Emily Haines)
Delerium - 2004 - The Best Of - After All (Featuring Jael)
Delerium - 2004 - The Best Of - Euphoria (Firefly) (Featuring Jacqui Hunt)
Delerium - 2004 - The Best Of - Incantation (Featuring Kristy Thirsk)
Delerium - 2004 - The Best Of - Innocente (Falling In Love) (Featuring Leigh Nash)
Delerium - 2004 - The Best Of - Remembrance (Instrumental)
Delerium - 2004 - The Best Of - Run For It (Featuring Leigh Nash)
Delerium - 2004 - The Best Of - Silence (Featuring Sarah Mclachlan)
Delerium - 2004 - The Best Of - Terra Firma (Featuring Aude)
Delerium - 2004 - The Best Of - Truly [Wise Buddah Radio Edit] (Featuring Nerina Pallot)
Delerium - 2004 - The Best Of - Underwater [Above & Beyond's 21st Century Remix] (Featuring Rani)
Delerium - 2006 - Nuages Du Monde - Indoctrination (Featuring Kiran Arwuhalia)
Delerium - 2006 - Nuages Du Monde - Tectonic Shift

Conjure One - Tears From The Moon (Album Version)
Conjure One - Tears From The Moon (Hybrid Twisted On The Terrace Mix V.2) (Edit)
Conjure One - Tears From The Moon (Hybrid Twisted On The Terrace Mix V.2)
Conjure One - Tears From The Moon (Hybrid Twisted On The Terrace Mix)
Conjure One - Tears From The Moon (Robbie Rivera Mix)
Conjure One - Tears From The Moon (Tiesto In Search Of Sunrise Remix)
Conjure One - Exilarch - Existential Exile
Conjure One - Exilarch - I Dream In Colour
Conjure One - Exilarch - Like Ice
Conjure One - Exilarch - Nargis
Conjure One - Exilarch - Nomadic Code
Conjure One - Exilarch - Oligarch
Conjure One - Exilarch - Places That Don't Exist
Conjure One - Exilarch - Run For Cover
Conjure One - Exilarch - The Distance
Conjure One - Exilarch - Zephyr
Conjure One - I Dream In Colour (Radio Edit)
Conjure One - I Dream In Colour (Vegas Baby Radio Edit)
Conjure One - Forever Lost
Conjure One - Dying Light

Enigma - 1990 - MCMXC AD - The Voice Of Enigma
Enigma - 1990 - MCMXC AD - The Principles Of Lust
Enigma - 1990 - MCMXC AD - Callas Went Away
Enigma - 1990 - MCMXC AD - Mea Culpa
Enigma - 1990 - MCMXC AD - The Voice & The Snake
Enigma - 1990 - MCMXC AD - Knocking On Forbidden Doors
Enigma - 1990 - MCMXC AD - Back To The Rivers Of Belief
Enigma - 1993 - The Cross Of Changes - The Eyes Of Truth
Enigma - 1993 - The Cross Of Changes - I Love You... I'll Kill You
Enigma - 1993 - The Cross Of Changes - Age Of Loneliness (Carly's Song)
Enigma - 1993 - The Cross Of Changes - Age Of Loneliness (Enigmatic Club Mix)
Enigma - 1996 - Le Roi Est Mort, Vive Le Roi - Beyond The Invisible
Enigma - 1996 - Le Roi Est Mort, Vive Le Roi - Shadows In Silence
Enigma - 1996 - Le Roi Est Mort, Vive Le Roi - Almost Full Moon
Enigma - 1996 - Le Roi Est Mort, Vive Le Roi - The Roundabout
Enigma - 2000 - The Screen Behind The Mirror - The Gate
Enigma - 2000 - The Screen Behind The Mirror - Push The Limits
Enigma - 2000 - The Screen Behind The Mirror - Gravity Of Love
Enigma - 2000 - The Screen Behind The Mirror - Smell Of Desire
Enigma - 2000 - The Screen Behind The Mirror - Modern Crusaders
Enigma - 2000 - The Screen Behind The Mirror - Traces (Light And Weight)
Enigma - 2000 - The Screen Behind The Mirror - Endless Quest
Enigma - 2000 - The Screen Behind The Mirror - Camera Obscura
Enigma - 2000 - The Screen Behind The Mirror - Silence Must Be Heard
Enigma - 2003 - Voyageur - Voyageur
Enigma - 2003 - Voyageur - Page Of Cups
Enigma - 2003 - Voyageur - Look Of Today

Charlene Choi as Meiyan in the 'A Chinese Tall Story' movie:

Sanmayce Sanmayce
Sanmayce Sanmayce
Sanmayce Sanmayce
Sanmayce Sanmayce
Sanmayce Sanmayce
Meiyan: "Hell that no fury like a beauty scorned. Haven't you heard?"
Meiyan: "No wonder they say all good people are tricky."
Ha-ha, right said Meiyan.
Meiyan: "I'm not garbage. Don't just throw me away. I'm not just a thing. I have a name! My name is Meiyan."

Sanmayce Sanmayce

Acknowledgements:

I wish to thank mainly to Mr. Noll for several things(advises, sources, bona-fide attitude) also to my brother for his constant support in time of troubles also to Peter Kankowski for his very useful site and testbed, also to Mr. Bloom for his creative critics and "useless" test. Sam Obernik did hit me hard with her super dynamism, I was heavily inspired - many thanks go to her. Also many thanks to m^2 (Maciej Adamczyk) for his 'irrepressible' attitude and help.

Sam Obernik

Sam Obernik

Sam Obernik

Sam Obernik

Lyrics: Jean Claude Ades feat. Sam Obernik - Work Of Art
... You're so beautiful, you love to give, I want more ...

Lyrics: Dada, Sam Obernik, Paul Harris - Stereo Flo
...
Get down, get down, get down, get it on show love and give it up
What are you waiting on?

Lyrics: Sam Obernik - Mr Butterfly
...
i fly all night to beautify
the world while you are sleeping
i colour out the darkest clouds
and stellify your dreams

i'll be the rose in the mouth of a turtle dove
cause i think you know that it's you i love
i'll be the light in the tail of a fire fly
we're gonna light up the sky, me and you mr butterfly

any time i mess it up
im gonna make it up to you my love
i'll be the raindrops when the tears run dry
i'm gonna fly with you my, mr you, mr high
mr please what you do, mr mr mr butterfly

flying out of sight
flying to leave behind our loveless crimes
...

Lyrics: Tim Hudson Feat. Sam Obernik - The Answer
...
Question everything
this aint no time to give up
...
Lookin for answers, understand this, love is blind
Here in the darkness, make a promise, eye to eye
...

Lyrics: Huggy & Dean Newton feat. Sam Obernik - Get Lifted
... get lifted get lifted yeah live your life ...

Lyrics: Sam Obernik - I Don't Love You (Club Mix)
Rewind and replay the sound of space, we are erased,
just woke up and i knew
you always said jump and i fell, fell for you
and i hurt myself, and now i'm through
...
dont need no hand of destiny beggin the best of me
fall (down) like i did at your feet (down)
but that dont make me weak,
ding ding do the extra round with me
i hit the ground runnin free
...

An outstanding piece-of-art:
'Sam Obernik - I Don't Love You (Club Mix)' is nothing less than one absolutely fantastic smasher - NOT TO BE LISTEN IN QUALITY DIFFERENT THAN Extreme-Fidelity!
Deep/High Density Dynamic Sound:
Tomcraft Feat. Sam Obernik - The Noyz (Radio Edit)
Tomcraft Feat. Sam Obernik - The Noyz (Lissat & Voltaxx Remix)
Want to have a fine sound remembrance - what should I say: you don't feel the air around - volume up, forget for once 110+db volume limitations.
Viva Sam!
Sam Obernik

Sam Obernik

Sam Obernik

Sam Obernik

Sam Obernik  Sam Obernik

Sam Obernik  Sam Obernik  Sam Obernik

David_Bowie
Solitary Man Lyrics
Johnny Cash

Melinda was mine, 'till the time, that I found her,
holdin' Jim, and lovin' him.
Then Sue came along, loved me strong, that's what I thought.
Me and Sue, but that died too.
Don't know that I will, but until, I can find me,
a girl who'll stay, and won't play games behind me.
I'll be what I am,
a solitary man, a solitary man.

I've had it to here, being where love's a small word,
a part time thing, a paper ring.
I know it's been done, havin' one, girl who loved me,
right or wrong, weak or strong.

Don't know that I will, but until, I can find me,
the girl who'll stay, and won't play games behind me.
I'll be what I am,
a solitary man, a solitary man.

Don't know that I will, but until, love can find me,
and the girl who'll stay, and won't play games behind me.
I'll be what I am,
a solitary man, a solitary man, a solitary man.

/SOLITARY MAN was written by Neil Diamond and first recorded and released by him in 1966.
Cash's version is just perfect and he won a Grammy Award for "Best Male Vocal Peformance - Country".
From the album "AMERICAN III: SOLITARY MAN"./

David_Bowie
Bravo!
Here the artist Ed van der Linden captured the main facet of Mr. Bowie charisma - the seriousness.
I love this piece-of-art.

Back in 1993 or adjacent years I watched 'Cat People' movie on video, and I remember how at least ten times in a row I used to rewind the final/credit part where the next song faded in as the close still of head of encaged black panther roaring (right behind the bars) with untamed green eyes faded out. Unforgettable.
See these eyes so green
I can stare for a thousand years
Colder than the moon
It's been so long
And I've been putting out fire
With gasoline

Feel my blood enraged
It's just the fear of losing you
Don't you know my name
Well, you been so long

See these eyes so red
Red like jungle burning bright
Those who feel me near
Pull the blinds and change their minds
It's been so long

Still this pulsing night
A plague I call a heartbeat
Just be still with me
Ya wouldn't believe what I've been thru
You've been so long
Well it's been so long
And I've been putting out fire
with gasoline
putting out fire
with gasoline

See these tears so blue
An ageless heart
that can never mend
These tears can never dry
A judgement made
can never bend
See these eyes so green
I can stare for a thousand years
Just be still with me
You wouldn't believe what I've been thru

You've been so long
Well, it's been so long
And I've been putting out fire
with gasoline
putting out fire with gasoline

/Giorgio Moroder & David Bowie 'Cat People' OST final song - Cat People (Putting Out The Fire) LYRICS/

...
Time will crawl
Till the 21st century lose
...
I know a government man
He was as blind as the moon and he
He saw the sun in the night
He took a top-gun pilot and he
He made him fly thru a hole
Till he grew real old and he
And he never came down
He just flew till he burst
...

/David Bowie, 'Time Will Crawl' Lyrics/

(Hallo) Spaceboy,
you're sleepy now
Your silhouette (is) so stationary
You're released but your custody calls
And I want to be free
Don't you want to be free
Do you like girls or boys
It's confusing these days
But Moondust will cover you
Cover you

This chaos is killing me

So bye bye love
Yeah bye bye love
Bye bye love
Yeah bye bye love
This chaos is killing me

And the chaos is calling me
Yeah bye bye love

This chaos is killing me [x2]

Yeah bye bye love
Bye bye love
Good time love
Be sweet sweet dove
Bye bye spaceboy
Bye bye love

Moondust will cover you/me ...

/David Bowie, 'Hallo Spaceboy' Lyrics/
A post of mine on http://forum.thefreedictionary.com/:
What 'custody calls' means?

Drag0nspeaker your help got me started to re-think the core all over.

Having heard again the variant (5:14 minutes long) from the album 'The Outside Sampler' and not missing the key part (at 4:20) where 'sleep sleep tight' appears my new guess is that 'your custody calls' has one only meaning:
'your calm death is calling (me)'.

The SOED defines 'custody' as:
1. Safe-keeping; protection; care; guardianship.
T.Capote: He was returned to the custody of his father.
2. Imprisonment.

For so long I have been under the impression of second definition that I couldn't see the obvious.
Or in more words:
Your calm/serene overwhelmedness/demise/submission/acceptance/letting-go draws/attracts/affects (me).

Here a major Taoistic term rises before me: 'wu-wei' meaning doing-without-any-effort, here, accepting the status quo calmly i.e. be in custody of the world i.e. world to find your place without any fighting/striving on your behalf.

My non-literal (or rather second idiomatic usage) understanding of 'sleep tight' is R.I.P. (rest-in-peace) not as the common idiom holds: sleep soundly/undisturbed. Why? The reason is Sarah Brightman's 'Sleep Tight' supersong.
My core belief here is that the singer and the spaceboy are interchangeable - they are alike, they share one fate: having said good-bye to love to be covered by Earth/Moon dust remaining calm/released. The sadness: they both are not free - the chaos overcomes love since dust covers everything.
'You're sleeping now, hallo' simply means 'You are in oblivion/dreamland and I'm joining you now'.
A dark and sad vision of mine, anyone to correct me?

And a final remark: it is amazing how Mr. Bowie managed masterfully to convey the unification of different-world children/boys of FATHER/GOD (between them and with HIM) without involving any religious notions.
Also SOED again hits the target by supplying a Truman Capote's sentence.

Drag0nspeaker I want to share my feeling how two other superb Bowie's songs form a triad/trilogy along with 'Hallo Spaceboy' - they are 'Putting Out Fire' and 'I am Deranged', these three are my favorite. Róisín Murphy's 'OVERPOWERED' is another fantastic song which I dare to say is a sister-song to 'Hallo Spaceboy', I salute you with 'overpowered' you helped me to regain a long-eluding meaning.

I have more to say but better not, I got spirited away. Combining my chatterboxness with something of value for me makes me unstoppable.

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Germany, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Willich1
Germany, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Wuppertal5
Germany, Rheinland-Pfalz, Kaiserslautern1
Germany, Rheinland-Pfalz, Koblenz2
Germany, Rheinland-Pfalz, Mainz(+1) 3
Germany, Rheinland-Pfalz, Worms1
Germany, Saarland, Homburg1
Germany, Saarland, Saarbrucken (NEW)1
Germany, Sachsen, Dresden3
Germany, Sachsen, Leipzig11
Germany, Sachsen-Anhalt, Magdeburg2
Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Kiel1
Germany, Thuringen, Erfurt2
Germany, Thuringen, Jena(+2) 4
Germany, Thuringen, Weimar1
Gibraltar (in total)1
Gibraltar, Gibraltar, Gibraltar1
Greece (in total)73
Greece, -, -7
Greece, Akhaia, Patras1
Greece, Attiki, Athens(+1) 48
Greece, Attiki, Piraeus3
Greece, Iraklion, Irakleion (NEW)1
Greece, Messinia, Kalamata1
Greece, Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki12
Greenland (in total)1
Greenland, Vestgronland, Nuuk1
Guatemala (in total)9
Guatemala, -, -2
Guatemala, Guatemala, Guatemala7
Honduras (in total)2
Honduras, -, -1
Honduras, Atlantida, La Ceiba1
Hong Kong (in total)77
Hong Kong, -, -27
Hong Kong, Hong Kong (Sar), Hong Kong(+1) 48
Hong Kong, Hong Kong (Sar), Kowloon2
Hungary (in total)77
Hungary, -, -6
Hungary, Baranya, Pecs1
Hungary, Borsod-Abauj-Zemplen, Miskolc1
Hungary, Budapest, Budapest(+1) 55
Hungary, Csongrad, Szeged1
Hungary, Gyor, Gyor1
Hungary, Hajdu-Bihar, Debrecen2
Hungary, Jasz-Nagykun-Szolnok, Szolnok3
Hungary, Komarom-Esztergom, Esztergom1
Hungary, Pest, Nagykoros4
Hungary, Tolna, Szekszard1
Hungary, Zala, Zalaegerszeg1
Iceland (in total)5
Iceland, Reykjavik, Reykjavík5
India (in total)267
India, -, -31
India, Andhra Pradesh, Guntur1
India, Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad9
India, Andhra Pradesh, Kakinada1
India, Andhra Pradesh, Vijayawada2
India, Assam, Noida1
India, Chandigarh, Chandigarh5
India, Delhi, Delhi12
India, Delhi, New Delhi73
India, Gujarat, Ahmedabad3
India, Gujarat, Rajkot1
India, Gujarat, Surat4
India, Haryana, Gurgaon3
India, Karnataka, Bangalore(+1) 25
India, Karnataka, Belgaum1
India, Karnataka, Mangalore1
India, Kerala, Cochin1
India, Kerala, Kozhikode1
India, Kerala, Thrissur1
India, Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal2
India, Madhya Pradesh, Indore4
India, Maharashtra, Amravati1
India, Maharashtra, Mumbai(+1) 35
India, Maharashtra, Nagpur3
India, Maharashtra, Pune(+1) 9
India, Maharashtra, Sangli1
India, Maharashtra, Vasai1
India, Punjab, Amritsar1
India, Punjab, Jalandhar1
India, Punjab, Ludhiana2
India, Rajasthan, Jaipur2
India, Tamil Nadu, Chennai16
India, Tamil Nadu, Erode1
India, Tamil Nadu, Salem1
India, Tamil Nadu, Tiruchirappalli1
India, West Bengal, Calcutta9
India, West Bengal, Durgapur1
Indonesia (in total)109
Indonesia, -, -23
Indonesia, Bali, Denpasar2
Indonesia, Banten, Tangerang3
Indonesia, Jakarta Raya, Jakarta55
Indonesia, Jawa Barat, Bandung5
Indonesia, Jawa Barat, Bogor1
Indonesia, Jawa Tengah, Semarang1
Indonesia, Jawa Timur, Surabaya7
Indonesia, Kalimantan Barat, Pontianak2
Indonesia, Kalimantan Timur, Samarinda1
Indonesia, Riau, Pakanbaru1
Indonesia, Sulawesi Selatan, Ujung Pandang(+1) 2
Indonesia, Sumatera Selatan, Palembang2
Indonesia, Sumatera Utara, Medan4
Iran (in total)13
Iran, Islamic Republic Of, Islamic Republic Of, -5
Iran, Islamic Republic Of, Islamic Republic Of, Azarbayjan-E Bakhtari1
Iran, Islamic Republic Of, Islamic Republic Of, Khorasan1
Iran, Islamic Republic Of, Islamic Republic Of, Tehran6
Iraq (in total)1
Iraq, -, -1
Ireland (in total)31
Ireland, -, -1
Ireland, Cork, Cork3
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin20
Ireland, Galway, Galway4
Ireland, Limerick, Limerick1
Ireland, Waterford, Waterford2
Israel (in total)61
Israel, -, -13
Israel, Hamerkaz, Modiin1
Israel, Hamerkaz, Petah Tiqva1
Israel, Hefa, Haifa1
Israel, Tel Aviv, Bat Yam1
Israel, Tel Aviv, Givatayim1
Israel, Tel Aviv, Herzliyya2
Israel, Tel Aviv, Holon1
Israel, Tel Aviv, Ono1
Israel, Tel Aviv, Ramat Gan2
Israel, Tel Aviv, Ramat Hasharon1
Israel, Tel Aviv, Rishon Le Zion2
Israel, Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv33
Israel, Yerushalayim, Jerusalem1
Italy (in total)303
Italy, -, -33
Italy, Abruzzi, Pescara5
Italy, Basilicata, Matera1
Italy, Basilicata, Potenza1
Italy, Calabria, Cosenza1
Italy, Calabria, Crotone1
Italy, Calabria, Lamezia Terme2
Italy, Campania, Caserta1
Italy, Campania, Napoli3
Italy, Emilia-Romagna, Bologna4
Italy, Emilia-Romagna, Cesena2
Italy, Emilia-Romagna, Forli1
Italy, Emilia-Romagna, Modena3
Italy, Emilia-Romagna, Parma3
Italy, Emilia-Romagna, Piacenza2
Italy, Emilia-Romagna, Rimini4
Italy, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Pordenone2
Italy, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Trieste4
Italy, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Udine2
Italy, Lazio, Latina1
Italy, Lazio, Rome(+1) 66
Italy, Liguria, Genoa2
Italy, Liguria, Genova3
Italy, Liguria, La Spezia1
Italy, Lombardia, Bergamo9
Italy, Lombardia, Brescia2
Italy, Lombardia, Cologno Monzese1
Italy, Lombardia, Como1
Italy, Lombardia, Milano41
Italy, Lombardia, Sondrio1
Italy, Lombardia, Vimercate1
Italy, Marche, Ancona1
Italy, Marche, Ascoli Piceno4
Italy, Marche, Pesaro1
Italy, Molise, Campobasso1
Italy, Piemonte, Ivrea7
Italy, Piemonte, Novara3
Italy, Piemonte, Torino3
Italy, Piemonte, Torre Pellice1
Italy, Piemonte, Trecate1
Italy, Piemonte, Turin12
Italy, Puglia, Bari2
Italy, Puglia, Foggia1
Italy, Puglia, Lecce1
Italy, Puglia, Taranto2
Italy, Sardegna, Cagliari7
Italy, Sardegna, Sassari1
Italy, Sicilia, Catania2
Italy, Sicilia, Messina2
Italy, Sicilia, Palermo3
Italy, Toscana, Arezzo2
Italy, Toscana, Cecina1
Italy, Toscana, Firenze2
Italy, Toscana, Florence4
Italy, Toscana, Follonica1
Italy, Toscana, Livorno2
Italy, Toscana, Lucca2
Italy, Toscana, Pisa4
Italy, Toscana, Prato1
Italy, Toscana, Siena2
Italy, Trentino-Alto Adige, Bolzano3
Italy, Trentino-Alto Adige, Trento1
Italy, Umbria, Perugia1
Italy, Veneto, Abano Terme1
Italy, Veneto, Padova3
Italy, Veneto, Treviso1
Italy, Veneto, Venice9
Italy, Veneto, Vicenza4
Jamaica (in total)3
Jamaica, -, -1
Jamaica, Kingston, Kingston2
Japan (in total)223
Japan, -, -21
Japan, Aichi, Hekinan1
Japan, Aichi, Nagoya2
Japan, Chiba, Chiba2
Japan, Chiba, Funabashi1
Japan, Chiba, Ichihara1
Japan, Chiba, Kashiwa1
Japan, Fukuoka, Kitakyushu1
Japan, Gifu, Tajimi1
Japan, Hokkaido, Sapporo3
Japan, Hyogo, Himeji2
Japan, Hyogo, Kobe3
Japan, Ibaraki, Mito1
Japan, Ibaraki, Tsukuba1
Japan, Kanagawa, Kawasaki2
Japan, Kanagawa, Yokohama4
Japan, Kyoto, Kyoto1
Japan, Miyagi, Sendai1
Japan, Nagano, Okaya1
Japan, Niigata, Nagaoka1
Japan, Niigata, Niigata1
Japan, Osaka, Osaka6
Japan, Shizuoka, Shizuoka2
Japan, Tokyo, Hachioji1
Japan, Tokyo, Nerima2
Japan, Tokyo, Tokyo(+4) 159
Japan, Yamanashi, Kofu1
Jordan (in total)7
Jordan, -, -1
Jordan, Amman, Amman(+1) 6
Kazakhstan (in total)18
Kazakhstan, -, -10
Kazakhstan, Almaty, Almaty7
Kazakhstan, Pavlodar, Pavlodar1
Kenya (in total)3
Kenya, -, -2
Kenya, Nairobi Area, Nairobi1
Korea (in total)67
Korea, Republic Of, Republic Of, -(+1) 13
Korea, Republic Of, Republic Of, Kyonggi-Do(+3) 54
Kuwait (in total)23
Kuwait, Al Kuwayt, Kuwait(+2) 23
Kyrgyzstan (in total)2
Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek, Bishkek2
Lao People's Democratic Republic (in total)8
Lao People's Democratic Republic, Vientiane, Vientiane8
Latvia (in total)24
Latvia, -, -1
Latvia, Riga, Riga(+1) 23
Lebanon (in total)4
Lebanon, Beyrouth, Beirut4
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (in total)1
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Tarabulus, Tripoli1
Liechtenstein (in total)1
Liechtenstein, -, -1
Lithuania (in total)21
Lithuania, -, -1
Lithuania, Klaipedos Apskritis, Klaipeda5
Lithuania, Panevezio Apskritis, Panevezys1
Lithuania, Vilniaus Apskritis, Vilnius14
Luxembourg (in total)7
Luxembourg, -, -(+1) 4
Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Luxembourg3
Macao (in total)1
Macao, Macau, Macau1
Macedonia (in total)12
Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic Of, The Former Yugoslav Republic Of, -4
Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic Of, The Former Yugoslav Republic Of, Aracinovo7
Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic Of, The Former Yugoslav Republic Of, Ohrid1
Malaysia (in total)56
Malaysia, -, -11
Malaysia, Johor, Johor Baharu2
Malaysia, Johor, Kluang1
Malaysia, Johor, Kota Tinggi1
Malaysia, Negeri Sembilan, Seremban1
Malaysia, Perak, Ipoh2
Malaysia, Pulau Pinang, Penang1
Malaysia, Sabah, Kota Kinabalu2
Malaysia, Selangor, Puchong3
Malaysia, Selangor, Shah Alam1
Malaysia, Wilayah Persekutuan, Kuala Lumpur31
Maldives (in total)2
Maldives, Kaafu, Male2
Malta (in total)3
Malta, -, -2
Malta, Malta, Attard1
Mauritius (in total)3
Mauritius, -, -1
Mauritius, Plaines Wilhems, Quatre Bornes2
Mexico (in total)123
Mexico, -, -32
Mexico, Baja California, Tijuana3
Mexico, Chihuahua, Chihuahua2
Mexico, Coahuila De Zaragoza, Torreon1
Mexico, Distrito Federal, Mexico(+1) 52
Mexico, Guanajuato, Leon1
Mexico, Guanajuato, Salamanca1
Mexico, Jalisco, Guadalajara9
Mexico, Jalisco, Zapopan3
Mexico, Morelos, Cuernavaca1
Mexico, Nuevo Leon, Monterrey2
Mexico, Oaxaca, Oaxaca1
Mexico, Puebla, Puebla1
Mexico, Quintana Roo, Cancun1
Mexico, Quintana Roo, Cozumel1
Mexico, Quintana Roo, Playa Del Carmen1
Mexico, San Luis Potosi, San Luis Potosí3
Mexico, Sinaloa, Culiacan(+1) 2
Mexico, Sonora, Cananea1
Mexico, Sonora, Hermosillo1
Mexico, Veracruz-Llave, Veracruz2
Mexico, Veracruz-Llave, Xalapa1
Mexico, Zacatecas, Zacatecas1
Moldova (in total)17
Moldova, Republic Of, Republic Of, -4
Moldova, Republic Of, Republic Of, Chisinau9
Moldova, Republic Of, Republic Of, Stinga Nistrului4
Monaco (in total)4
Monaco, Monaco, Monaco(+1) 4
Mongolia (in total)3
Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Ulaanbaatar3
Montenegro (in total)3
Montenegro, -, -3
Morocco (in total)16
Morocco, -, -4
Morocco, Casablanca, Casablanca2
Morocco, Marrakech, Marrakesh2
Morocco, Rabat-Sale, Rabat8
Mozambique (in total)1
Mozambique, -, -1
Myanmar (in total)1
Myanmar, Yangon, Yangon1
Nepal (in total)4
Nepal, -, -2
Nepal, Bagmati, Kathmandu2
Netherlands Antilles (in total)1
Netherlands Antilles, Curacao, Willemstad1
Netherlands (in total)203
Netherlands, -, -7
Netherlands, Drenthe, Assen1
Netherlands, Drenthe, Emmen1
Netherlands, Drenthe, Roden1
Netherlands, Flevoland, Almere3
Netherlands, Flevoland, Dronten1
Netherlands, Flevoland, Lelystad1
Netherlands, Gelderland, Apeldoorn2
Netherlands, Gelderland, Arnhem2
Netherlands, Gelderland, Barneveld1
Netherlands, Gelderland, Neede1
Netherlands, Gelderland, Nijmegen3
Netherlands, Gelderland, Wageningen1
Netherlands, Limburg, Geleen1
Netherlands, Limburg, Maastricht2
Netherlands, Limburg, Venray1
Netherlands, Limburg, Weert1
Netherlands, Noord-Brabant, 's-Hertogenbosch2
Netherlands, Noord-Brabant, Bergen Op Zoom4
Netherlands, Noord-Brabant, Breda2
Netherlands, Noord-Brabant, Eindhoven7
Netherlands, Noord-Brabant, Helmond1
Netherlands, Noord-Brabant, Oss2
Netherlands, Noord-Brabant, Roosendaal1
Netherlands, Noord-Brabant, Tilburg2
Netherlands, Noord-Brabant, Uden2
Netherlands, Noord-Brabant, Valkenswaard1
Netherlands, Noord-Holland, Amstelveen2
Netherlands, Noord-Holland, Amsterdam73
Netherlands, Noord-Holland, Den Helder1
Netherlands, Noord-Holland, Haarlem(+1) 3
Netherlands, Noord-Holland, Heemskerk1
Netherlands, Noord-Holland, Heerhugowaard1
Netherlands, Noord-Holland, Hilversum1
Netherlands, Overijssel, Almelo1
Netherlands, Overijssel, Enschede3
Netherlands, Overijssel, Hengelo2
Netherlands, Overijssel, Raalte1
Netherlands, Overijssel, Zwolle3
Netherlands, Utrecht, Amersfoort3
Netherlands, Utrecht, De Bilt1
Netherlands, Utrecht, Nieuwegein1
Netherlands, Utrecht, Utrecht5
Netherlands, Zeeland, Goes1
Netherlands, Zeeland, Middelburg1
Netherlands, Zeeland, Vlissingen1
Netherlands, Zuid-Holland, Delft3
Netherlands, Zuid-Holland, Dordrecht4
Netherlands, Zuid-Holland, Katwijk2
Netherlands, Zuid-Holland, Leiden(+1) 4
Netherlands, Zuid-Holland, Noordwijk (NEW)1
Netherlands, Zuid-Holland, Rotterdam14
Netherlands, Zuid-Holland, Spijkenisse2
Netherlands, Zuid-Holland, The Hague10
Netherlands, Zuid-Holland, Voorburg3
Netherlands, Zuid-Holland, Zoetermeer1
New Zealand (in total)34
New Zealand, -, -8
New Zealand, Auckland, Auckland(+1) 17
New Zealand, Canterbury, Christchurch1
New Zealand, Manawatu-Wanganui, Palmerston North1
New Zealand, Wellington, Lower Hutt2
New Zealand, Wellington, Wellington5
Nicaragua (in total)1
Nicaragua, Managua, Managua1
Nigeria (in total)2
Nigeria, -, -1
Nigeria, Lagos, Lagos1
Norway (in total)55
Norway, -, -3
Norway, Aust-Agder, Arendal1
Norway, Buskerud, Drammen4
Norway, Buskerud, Kongsberg1
Norway, Hedmark, Elverum1
Norway, Hordaland, Bergen(+1) 4
Norway, More Og Romsdal, Kristiansund1
Norway, More Og Romsdal, Molde1
Norway, Oslo, Oslo22
Norway, Ostfold, Moss1
Norway, Rogaland, Sandnes1
Norway, Sor-Trondelag, Trondheim8
Norway, Telemark, Notodden1
Norway, Telemark, Skien1
Norway, Troms, Harstad1
Norway, Vest-Agder, Kristiansand1
Norway, Vestfold, Horten1
Norway, Vestfold, Larvik1
Norway, Vestfold, Tønsberg1
Pakistan (in total)44
Pakistan, -, -1
Pakistan, Islamabad, Islamabad14
Pakistan, Punjab, Lahore14
Pakistan, Sindh, Karachi15
Paraguay (in total)5
Paraguay, -, -3
Paraguay, Central, Fernando De La Mora1
Paraguay, Nueva Asuncion, Asuncion1
Peru (in total)37
Peru, -, -4
Peru, Arequipa, Arequipa2
Peru, Lima, Lima(+1) 31
Philippines (in total)81
Philippines, -, -34
Philippines, Batangas, Batangas1
Philippines, Cebu City, Cebu5
Philippines, Cebu, Lapu-Lapu City1
Philippines, Iloilo City, Iloilo1
Philippines, La Union, San Fernando1
Philippines, Leyte, Tacloban City3
Philippines, Manila, Makati2
Philippines, Manila, Manila19
Philippines, Manila, Quezon City(+1) 4
Philippines, Negros Occidental, Bacolod2
Philippines, Quezon City, Quezon2
Philippines, Rizal, Cainta3
Philippines, Rizal, Muntinlupa1
Philippines, Sorsogon, San Juan1
Philippines, Zamboanga, Zamboanga City1
Poland (in total)132
Poland, -, -20
Poland, Dolnoslaskie, Wroclaw(+1) 5
Poland, Kujawsko-Pomorskie, Bydgoszcz6
Poland, Lodzkie, Lodz5
Poland, Lodzkie, Tomaszow Mazowiecki1
Poland, Lubelskie, Lublin2
Poland, Malopolskie, Krakow14
Poland, Mazowieckie, Warsaw(+1) 50
Poland, Podkarpackie, Rzeszow2
Poland, Podlaskie, Bialystok2
Poland, Pomorskie, Gdansk3
Poland, Pomorskie, Gdynia1
Poland, Slaskie, Gliwice1
Poland, Slaskie, Katowice5
Poland, Slaskie, Zawiercie1
Poland, Wielkopolskie, Poznan9
Poland, Zachodniopomorskie, Szczecin5
Portugal (in total)62
Portugal, -, -(+2) 15
Portugal, Aveiro, Aveiro3
Portugal, Azores, Ponta Delgada (NEW)1
Portugal, Braga, Guimarães1
Portugal, Coimbra, Coimbra2
Portugal, Evora, Evora1
Portugal, Faro, Faro5
Portugal, Faro, Tavira1
Portugal, Lisboa, Amadora4
Portugal, Lisboa, Ericeira1
Portugal, Lisboa, Lisbon(+1) 18
Portugal, Lisboa, Sintra1
Portugal, Madeira, Funchal1
Portugal, Porto, Maia1
Portugal, Porto, Matosinhos1
Portugal, Porto, Porto3
Portugal, Porto, Vila Nova De Gaia2
Portugal, Setubal, Almada1
Puerto Rico (in total)7
Puerto Rico, -, - (NEW)1
Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, Caguas1
Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, San Juan(+1) 5
Qatar (in total)4
Qatar, Ad Dawhah, Doha4
Romania (in total)79
Romania, -, -1
Romania, Arad, Arad1
Romania, Arges, Pitesti1
Romania, Bihor, Oradea2
Romania, Brasov, Brasov1
Romania, Bucuresti, Bucharest54
Romania, Cluj, Cluj-Napoca6
Romania, Constanta, Constanta1
Romania, Dolj, Craiova2
Romania, Galati, Galati1
Romania, Prahova, Ploiesti1
Romania, Timis, Timisoara5
Romania, Tulcea, Tulcea3
Russian Federation (in total)713
Russian Federation, -, -(+11) 229
Russian Federation, Altaisky Krai, Biysk1
Russian Federation, Bashkortostan, Ufa4
Russian Federation, Chelyabinsk, Chelyabinsk4
Russian Federation, Irkutsk, Irkutsk1
Russian Federation, Khabarovsk, Khabarovsk1
Russian Federation, Khanty-Mansiy, Surgut3
Russian Federation, Krasnodar, Krasnodar2
Russian Federation, Krasnodar, Krasnogorsk(+1) 2
Russian Federation, Krasnoyarsk, Krasnoyarsk1
Russian Federation, Leningrad, Vyborg1
Russian Federation, Mariy-El, Yoshkar-Ola2
Russian Federation, Moscow City, Dubna1
Russian Federation, Moscow City, Troitsk1
Russian Federation, Moskva, Moscow(+8) 398
Russian Federation, Murmansk, Murmansk5
Russian Federation, Nizhegorod, Nizhniy Novgorod(+1) 3
Russian Federation, Novgorod, Novgorod2
Russian Federation, Novgorod, Novosibirsk3
Russian Federation, Orenburg, Orenburg2
Russian Federation, Penza, Penza1
Russian Federation, Rostov, Rostov-On-Don1
Russian Federation, Saint Petersburg City, St. Petersburg26
Russian Federation, Samara, Togliatti1
Russian Federation, Smolensk, Smolensk1
Russian Federation, Sverdlovsk, Ekaterinburg9
Russian Federation, Tambovskaya Oblast, Tambov1
Russian Federation, Tatarstan, Kazan2
Russian Federation, Tomsk, Tomsk1
Russian Federation, Volgograd, Cherepovets1
Russian Federation, Volgograd, Volgograd1
Russian Federation, Yaroslavl', Pereslavl'-Zalesskiy1
Russian Federation, Yaroslavl', Rybinsk (NEW)1
Saudi Arabia (in total)32
Saudi Arabia, -, -(+1) 8
Saudi Arabia, Ar Riyad, Riyadh16
Saudi Arabia, Ash Sharqiyah, Dammam3
Saudi Arabia, Ash Sharqiyah, Jubail3
Saudi Arabia, Makkah, Jeddah2
Serbia And Montenegro (in total)15
Serbia And Montenegro, -, -15
Serbia (in total)44
Serbia, -, -(+1) 44
Singapore (in total)138
Singapore, Singapore, Queenstown1
Singapore, Singapore, Singapore(+1) 135
Singapore, Singapore, Woodlands2
Slovakia (in total)27
Slovakia, -, -2
Slovakia, Bratislava, Bratislava19
Slovakia, Kosice, Kosice2
Slovakia, Presov, Presov2
Slovakia, Trnava, Trnava2
Slovenia (in total)19
Slovenia, -, -5
Slovenia, Celje, Celje1
Slovenia, Ljubljana, Ljubljana11
Slovenia, Maribor, Maribor1
Slovenia, Trzic, Trzic1
South Africa (in total)28
South Africa, -, -5
South Africa, Gauteng, Johannesburg11
South Africa, Gauteng, Pretoria4
South Africa, Gauteng, Sandton1
South Africa, Kwazulu-Natal, Durban3
South Africa, Western Cape, Bellville1
South Africa, Western Cape, Cape Town2
South Africa, Western Cape, Stellenbosch1
Spain (in total)235
Spain, -, -12
Spain, Andalucia, Algeciras1
Spain, Andalucia, Cadiz1
Spain, Andalucia, Córdoba2
Spain, Andalucia, Granada3
Spain, Andalucia, Huelva1
Spain, Andalucia, Malaga3
Spain, Andalucia, Sevilla5
Spain, Aragon, Zaragoza4
Spain, Asturias, Gijon1
Spain, Asturias, Navia1
Spain, Asturias, Oviedo2
Spain, Canarias, Arrecife1
Spain, Canarias, Las Palmas2
Spain, Canarias, Puerto De La Cruz5
Spain, Canarias, Santa Cruz De Tenerife1
Spain, Castilla Y Leon, Leon3
Spain, Castilla Y Leon, Salamanca1
Spain, Castilla Y Leon, Valladolid1
Spain, Castilla-La Mancha, Cuenca1
Spain, Castilla-La Mancha, Toledo4
Spain, Catalonia, Barcelona(+2) 57
Spain, Catalonia, Sabadell1
Spain, Comunidad Valenciana, Alicante6
Spain, Comunidad Valenciana, Torrevieja1
Spain, Comunidad Valenciana, Valencia4
Spain, Extremadura, Badajoz1
Spain, Galicia, A Coruña4
Spain, Galicia, Pontevedra1
Spain, Galicia, Vigo4
Spain, Islas Baleares, Palma De Mallorca6
Spain, La Rioja, Logroño1
Spain, Madrid, Madrid(+1) 77
Spain, Murcia, Cartagena1
Spain, Murcia, Murcia3
Spain, Navarra, Pamplona3
Spain, Pais Vasco, Bilbao6
Spain, Pais Vasco, San Sebastian4
Sri Lanka (in total)32
Sri Lanka, -, -21
Sri Lanka, Colombo, Colombo8
Sri Lanka, Gampaha, Gampaha3
Sudan (in total)1
Sudan, Al Khartum, Khartoum1
Sweden (in total)178
Sweden, -, -45
Sweden, Blekinge Lan, Karlskrona1
Sweden, Blekinge Lan, Ronneby1
Sweden, Dalarnas Lan, Borlänge1
Sweden, Dalarnas Lan, Falun(+1) 2
Sweden, Gotlands Lan, Visby2
Sweden, Hallands Lan, Halmstad4
Sweden, Jamtlands Lan, Östersund1
Sweden, Jonkopings Lan, Gislaved1
Sweden, Kronobergs Lan, Kallax1
Sweden, Kronobergs Lan, Piteå1
Sweden, Kronobergs Lan, Rönninge1
Sweden, Ostergotlands Lan, Linköping3
Sweden, Skane Lan, Helsingborg3
Sweden, Skane Lan, Landskrona1
Sweden, Skane Lan, Lund2
Sweden, Skane Lan, Malmö6
Sweden, Sodermanlands Lan, Eskilstuna1
Sweden, Sodermanlands Lan, Strängnäs1
Sweden, Stockholms Lan, Solna1
Sweden, Stockholms Lan, Stockholm63
Sweden, Stockholms Lan, Södertälje1
Sweden, Stockholms Lan, Taby1
Sweden, Stockholms Lan, Tyresö1
Sweden, Uppsala Lan, Uppsala3
Sweden, Varmlands Lan, Karlstad2
Sweden, Vasterbottens Lan, Skellefteå1
Sweden, Vasterbottens Lan, Umea4
Sweden, Vasternorrlands Lan, Sundsvall1
Sweden, Vastmanlands Lan, Västerås1
Sweden, Vastra Gotaland, Alingsås1
Sweden, Vastra Gotaland, Borås6
Sweden, Vastra Gotaland, Gothenburg11
Sweden, Vastra Gotaland, Kungälv1
Sweden, Vastra Gotaland, Mölndal2
Switzerland (in total)96
Switzerland, -, -9
Switzerland, Aargau, Aarau1
Switzerland, Aargau, Zofingen1
Switzerland, Basel-Landschaft, Liestal1
Switzerland, Basel-Stadt, Basel5
Switzerland, Bern, Bern9
Switzerland, Bern, Biel(+1) 2
Switzerland, Bern, Thun1
Switzerland, Geneve, Geneva(+1) 7
Switzerland, Sankt Gallen, Winterthur1
Switzerland, Schwyz, Schwyz1
Switzerland, Thurgau, Kreuzlingen1
Switzerland, Ticino, Lugano1
Switzerland, Valais, Martigny1
Switzerland, Valais, Sion2
Switzerland, Vaud, Lausanne8
Switzerland, Vaud, Vevey1
Switzerland, Vaud, Yverdon1
Switzerland, Zug, Baar2
Switzerland, Zug, Zug4
Switzerland, Zurich, Kloten1
Switzerland, Zurich, Uster1
Switzerland, Zurich, Zurich35
Syrian Arab Republic (in total)4
Syrian Arab Republic, -, -1
Syrian Arab Republic, Dimashq, Damascus3
Taiwan (in total)71
Taiwan, -, -11
Taiwan, Kao-Hsiung, Kaohsiung1
Taiwan, Kao-Hsiung, Tainan1
Taiwan, T'ai-Pei, Taipei(+1) 58
Thailand (in total)34
Thailand, -, -8
Thailand, Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai(+1) 5
Thailand, Krung Thep, Bangkok20
Thailand, Surat Thani, Koh Samui1
Trinidad And Tobago (in total)3
Trinidad And Tobago, -, -3
Tunisia (in total)5
Tunisia, -, -1
Tunisia, Tunis, Carthage1
Tunisia, Tunis, Tunis3
Turkey (in total)144
Turkey, -, -3
Turkey, Adana, Adana2
Turkey, Ankara, Ankara(+2) 39
Turkey, Antalya, Antalya3
Turkey, Aydin, Aydin1
Turkey, Balikesir, Balikesir1
Turkey, Bursa, Bursa3
Turkey, Diyarbakir, Diyarbakir2
Turkey, Eskisehir, Eskisehir1
Turkey, Gaziantep, Gaziantep1
Turkey, Icel, Mersin1
Turkey, Istanbul, Istanbul(+2) 69
Turkey, Izmir, Izmir10
Turkey, Kocaeli, Kocaeli1
Turkey, Manisa, Manisa1
Turkey, Nigde, Konya3
Turkey, Samsun, Samsun3
Turkmenistan (in total)1
Turkmenistan, -, -1
Ukraine (in total)260
Ukraine, -, -(+3) 92
Ukraine, Dnipropetrovs'ka Oblast', Dnepropetrovsk4
Ukraine, Donets'ka Oblast', Donetsk5
Ukraine, Donets'ka Oblast', Mariupol1
Ukraine, Kharkivs'ka Oblast', Kharkiv4
Ukraine, Kyyiv, Kiev(+2) 98
Ukraine, L'vivs'ka Oblast', Lviv(+2) 11
Ukraine, Luhans'ka Oblast', Lugansk6
Ukraine, Mykolayivs'ka Oblast', Kherson2
Ukraine, Mykolayivs'ka Oblast', Nikolaev6
Ukraine, Odes'ka Oblast', Odessa15
Ukraine, Poltavs'ka Oblast', Poltava5
Ukraine, Rivnens'ka Oblast', Rivne2
Ukraine, Sevastopol', Sevastopol1
Ukraine, Zakarpats'ka Oblast', Uzhgorod1
Ukraine, Zaporiz'ka Oblast', Zaporizhzhya7
United Arab Emirates (in total)16
United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi1
United Arab Emirates, Dubai, Dubai(+1) 15
United Kingdom (in total)1360
United Kingdom, -, -(+23) 987
United Kingdom, England, Ashford2
United Kingdom, England, Barnsley1
United Kingdom, England, Basingstoke1
United Kingdom, England, Bedford1
United Kingdom, England, Birmingham9
United Kingdom, England, Blackpool3
United Kingdom, England, Bolton3
United Kingdom, England, Bournemouth1
United Kingdom, England, Bradford1
United Kingdom, England, Brighton3
United Kingdom, England, Bristol11
United Kingdom, England, Burnley1
United Kingdom, England, Cambridge2
United Kingdom, England, Chatham1
United Kingdom, England, Chelmsford1
United Kingdom, England, Chorley1
United Kingdom, England, Coventry(+1) 6
United Kingdom, England, Dartford1
United Kingdom, England, Derby1
United Kingdom, England, Dudley1
United Kingdom, England, Durham1
United Kingdom, England, Epsom1
United Kingdom, England, Fleet1
United Kingdom, England, Gosport1
United Kingdom, England, Grimsby4
United Kingdom, England, Guildford1
United Kingdom, England, Halifax (NEW)1
United Kingdom, England, Hertford1
United Kingdom, England, High Wycombe1
United Kingdom, England, Huddersfield1
United Kingdom, England, Ipswich1
United Kingdom, England, Kenilworth1
United Kingdom, England, Kettering1
United Kingdom, England, Kingston Upon Hull1
United Kingdom, England, Leeds9
United Kingdom, England, Leicester4
United Kingdom, England, Letchworth2
United Kingdom, England, Lincoln2
United Kingdom, England, Liverpool6
United Kingdom, England, London(+4) 188
United Kingdom, England, Lowestoft1
United Kingdom, England, Luton1
United Kingdom, England, Maidstone1
United Kingdom, England, Manchester9
United Kingdom, England, Milton Keynes2
United Kingdom, England, Newcastle Upon Tyne1
United Kingdom, England, Northampton2
United Kingdom, England, Norwich3
United Kingdom, England, Nottingham5
United Kingdom, England, Oldham1
United Kingdom, England, Oxford4
United Kingdom, England, Plymouth1
United Kingdom, England, Portsmouth5
United Kingdom, England, Preston3
United Kingdom, England, Reading2
United Kingdom, England, Redditch2
United Kingdom, England, Rugby2
United Kingdom, England, Salisbury1
United Kingdom, England, Sheffield4
United Kingdom, England, Solihull2
United Kingdom, England, Southampton1
United Kingdom, England, Stafford3
United Kingdom, England, Stevenage1
United Kingdom, England, Stoke On Trent2
United Kingdom, England, Sutton1
United Kingdom, England, Swindon2
United Kingdom, England, Wakefield3
United Kingdom, England, Warrington2
United Kingdom, England, Wokingham2
United Kingdom, England, Wolverhampton1
United Kingdom, England, Worcester2
United Kingdom, England, Worthing1
United Kingdom, England, York1
United Kingdom, Northern Ireland, Belfast2
United Kingdom, Scotland, Aberdeen1
United Kingdom, Scotland, Dundee1
United Kingdom, Scotland, Edinburgh6
United Kingdom, Scotland, Glasgow5
United Kingdom, Scotland, Perth1
United Kingdom, Scotland, Stranraer1
United Kingdom, Wales, Cardiff1
United Kingdom, Wales, Mold1
United Kingdom, Wales, Swansea1
United States (in total)3622
United States, -, -(+2) 133
United States, Alabama, Anniston1
United States, Alabama, Bessemer1
United States, Alabama, Birmingham1
United States, Alabama, Decatur1
United States, Alabama, Dothan1
United States, Alabama, Helena1
United States, Alabama, Madison3
United States, Alabama, Montgomery1
United States, Alabama, Phenix City1
United States, Alabama, Tuscaloosa1
United States, Alaska, Anchorage2
United States, Alaska, Eagle River1
United States, Alaska, Wasilla1
United States, Arizona, Cave Creek2
United States, Arizona, Chandler1
United States, Arizona, Gilbert (NEW)1
United States, Arizona, Glendale1
United States, Arizona, Mesa3
United States, Arizona, Phoenix(+1) 13
United States, Arizona, Scottsdale6
United States, Arizona, Sierra Vista1
United States, Arizona, Springerville1
United States, Arizona, Tempe4
United States, Arizona, Tucson(+1) 9
United States, Arizona, Waddell1
United States, Arizona, Yuma1
United States, Arkansas, Arkadelphia1
United States, Arkansas, Bentonville2
United States, Arkansas, Cabot1
United States, Arkansas, Fayetteville3
United States, Arkansas, Hot Springs National Park1
United States, Arkansas, Little Rock2
United States, Arkansas, Malvern1
United States, Arkansas, Mountain Home1
United States, Arkansas, Siloam Springs1
United States, Arkansas, Springdale3
United States, Arkansas, Yellville1
United States, California, Alhambra1
United States, California, Anaheim10
United States, California, Antioch3
United States, California, Bakersfield1
United States, California, Beaumont1
United States, California, Berkeley6
United States, California, Beverly Hills2
United States, California, Brea1
United States, California, Brisbane1
United States, California, Buena Park1
United States, California, Burbank(+1) 3
United States, California, Burlingame6
United States, California, Campbell3
United States, California, Canoga Park1
United States, California, Canyon Country1
United States, California, Carlsbad(+1) 2
United States, California, Carmel1
United States, California, Carson1
United States, California, Chino2
United States, California, Citrus Heights2
United States, California, Claremont17
United States, California, Concord2
United States, California, Corcoran2
United States, California, Corona1
United States, California, Costa Mesa4
United States, California, Crescent City1
United States, California, Culver City3
United States, California, Cupertino(+1) 7
United States, California, Danville1
United States, California, Diamond Bar3
United States, California, Dublin3
United States, California, El Cajon3
United States, California, El Monte1
United States, California, Elk Grove1
United States, California, Emeryville2
United States, California, Escondido1
United States, California, Fair Oaks2
United States, California, Fallbrook2
United States, California, Fontana1
United States, California, Foster City3
United States, California, Fountain Valley2
United States, California, Frazier Park1
United States, California, Fremont5
United States, California, Fresno4
United States, California, Fullerton3
United States, California, Glendale1
United States, California, Hacienda Heights1
United States, California, Hanford1
United States, California, Harbor City1
United States, California, Hayward1
United States, California, Hemet1
United States, California, Hesperia2
United States, California, Hollister2
United States, California, Huntington Beach6
United States, California, Huntington Park1
United States, California, Irvine6
United States, California, Kerman1
United States, California, La Habra3
United States, California, La Jolla2
United States, California, La Mirada1
United States, California, Laguna Beach1
United States, California, Laguna Hills1
United States, California, Laguna Niguel1
United States, California, Lake Forest2
United States, California, Lakewood1
United States, California, Lancaster1
United States, California, Lincoln2
United States, California, Livermore1
United States, California, Lompoc1
United States, California, Long Beach8
United States, California, Los Alamitos1
United States, California, Los Altos4
United States, California, Los Angeles(+4) 58
United States, California, Los Gatos16
United States, California, Lucerne1
United States, California, Malibu1
United States, California, Manhattan Beach2
United States, California, Marina Del Rey3
United States, California, Maywood1
United States, California, Menifee1
United States, California, Menlo Park2
United States, California, Merced1
United States, California, Mill Valley1
United States, California, Milpitas2
United States, California, Mission Viejo1
United States, California, Modesto3
United States, California, Monrovia1
United States, California, Montara7
United States, California, Monterey1
United States, California, Monterey Park1
United States, California, Montrose1
United States, California, Mountain View(+17) 293
United States, California, Murrieta1
United States, California, Newark1
United States, California, Newport Beach1
United States, California, Northridge1
United States, California, Novato4
United States, California, Oakland12
United States, California, Oceanside2
United States, California, Ojai1
United States, California, Orange2
United States, California, Oroville2
United States, California, Pacific Palisades1
United States, California, Palmdale1
United States, California, Palo Alto8
United States, California, Paramount1
United States, California, Petaluma1
United States, California, Placentia1
United States, California, Pleasant Hill1
United States, California, Pleasanton1
United States, California, Poway1
United States, California, Rancho Cucamonga1
United States, California, Rancho Santa Margarita1
United States, California, Redlands(+1) 2
United States, California, Redondo Beach1
United States, California, Redwood City8
United States, California, Reseda1
United States, California, Richmond1
United States, California, Riverbank1
United States, California, Riverside2
United States, California, Roseville2
United States, California, Rowland Heights2
United States, California, Sacramento5
United States, California, San Bernardino1
United States, California, San Carlos2
United States, California, San Diego36
United States, California, San Dimas1
United States, California, San Francisco(+3) 68
United States, California, San Jose(+1) 22
United States, California, San Juan Capistrano1
United States, California, San Leandro1
United States, California, San Lorenzo1
United States, California, San Luis Obispo6
United States, California, San Mateo3
United States, California, San Pedro1
United States, California, San Rafael2
United States, California, San Ramon1
United States, California, Santa Barbara(+1) 8
United States, California, Santa Clara(+6) 25
United States, California, Santa Cruz2
United States, California, Santa Maria1
United States, California, Santa Monica3
United States, California, Santa Rosa2
United States, California, Sausalito1
United States, California, Seaside1
United States, California, South Pasadena1
United States, California, Stanton1
United States, California, Studio City1
United States, California, Sunland1
United States, California, Sunnyvale(+2) 72
United States, California, Temple City2
United States, California, Torrance6
United States, California, Truckee1
United States, California, Tujunga1
United States, California, Tustin4
United States, California, Union City2
United States, California, Upland2
United States, California, Valencia1
United States, California, Van Nuys1
United States, California, Venice1
United States, California, Victorville1
United States, California, Visalia1
United States, California, Vista1
United States, California, Walnut Creek1
United States, California, Watsonville1
United States, California, West Sacramento1
United States, California, Westminster1
United States, California, Wilmington1
United States, California, Windsor3
United States, California, Woodland1
United States, California, Yorba Linda1
United States, Colorado, Aurora5
United States, Colorado, Boulder3
United States, Colorado, Castle Rock1
United States, Colorado, Colorado Springs3
United States, Colorado, Conifer1
United States, Colorado, Denver23
United States, Colorado, Durango1
United States, Colorado, Englewood4
United States, Colorado, Ft. Collins2
United States, Colorado, Grand Junction1
United States, Colorado, Johnstown1
United States, Colorado, Las Animas2
United States, Colorado, Littleton7
United States, Colorado, Longmont3
United States, Colorado, Louisville1
United States, Colorado, Loveland1
United States, Colorado, Morrison1
United States, Colorado, Parker (NEW)1
United States, Colorado, Peyton1
United States, Colorado, Pueblo1
United States, Connecticut, Avon1
United States, Connecticut, Berlin1
United States, Connecticut, Bloomfield1
United States, Connecticut, Branford1
United States, Connecticut, Bridgeport2
United States, Connecticut, Danbury1
United States, Connecticut, Farmington1
United States, Connecticut, Glastonbury1
United States, Connecticut, Greenwich1
United States, Connecticut, Manchester1
United States, Connecticut, Meriden1
United States, Connecticut, Middletown1
United States, Connecticut, Naugatuck1
United States, Connecticut, New Britain2
United States, Connecticut, New Canaan1
United States, Connecticut, New Fairfield1
United States, Connecticut, New Haven4
United States, Connecticut, New London1
United States, Connecticut, South Windsor1
United States, Connecticut, Stamford1
United States, Connecticut, West Hartford1
United States, Connecticut, Weston1
United States, Connecticut, Willimantic (NEW)1
United States, Delaware, Georgetown1
United States, Delaware, Newark2
United States, Delaware, Rehoboth Beach1
United States, Delaware, Wilmington1
United States, District Of Columbia, Washington21
United States, Florida, Altamonte Springs1
United States, Florida, Auburndale1
United States, Florida, Boca Raton1
United States, Florida, Bonita Springs1
United States, Florida, Cape Coral1
United States, Florida, Clearwater3
United States, Florida, Davie2
United States, Florida, Daytona Beach2
United States, Florida, Deland2
United States, Florida, Ft. Myers2
United States, Florida, Gainesville7
United States, Florida, Hallandale1
United States, Florida, Hollywood1
United States, Florida, Homestead1
United States, Florida, Indiantown1
United States, Florida, Jacksonville4
United States, Florida, Kathleen3
United States, Florida, Kissimmee2
United States, Florida, Lakeland1
United States, Florida, Lithia1
United States, Florida, Longwood1
United States, Florida, Lutz1
United States, Florida, Lynn Haven1
United States, Florida, Miami6
United States, Florida, Naples1
United States, Florida, Navarre2
United States, Florida, Odessa1
United States, Florida, Orlando8
United States, Florida, Ormond Beach1
United States, Florida, Palm Harbor2
United States, Florida, Pensacola3
United States, Florida, Pompano Beach1
United States, Florida, Sarasota1
United States, Florida, Sebring1
United States, Florida, Stuart1
United States, Florida, Tallahassee6
United States, Florida, Tampa7
United States, Florida, Valrico1
United States, Florida, Venice1
United States, Florida, West Palm Beach1
United States, Florida, Weston1
United States, Florida, Winter Garden1
United States, Florida, Winter Haven1
United States, Florida, Winter Springs1
United States, Georgia, Alpharetta2
United States, Georgia, Athens7
United States, Georgia, Atlanta34
United States, Georgia, Augusta3
United States, Georgia, Blairsville1
United States, Georgia, Buford1
United States, Georgia, Canton2
United States, Georgia, Carrollton1
United States, Georgia, Conyers1
United States, Georgia, Dacula1
United States, Georgia, Demorest1
United States, Georgia, Dublin1
United States, Georgia, Griffin2
United States, Georgia, Kennesaw1
United States, Georgia, Lithia Springs1
United States, Georgia, Loganville1
United States, Georgia, Marietta (NEW)1
United States, Georgia, Morrow1
United States, Georgia, Norcross1
United States, Georgia, Powder Springs1
United States, Georgia, Rex1
United States, Georgia, Roswell9
United States, Georgia, Savannah1
United States, Georgia, Thomasville1
United States, Georgia, Thomson1
United States, Georgia, Waycross1
United States, Georgia, Woodstock1
United States, Hawaii, Honolulu4
United States, Idaho, Boise2
United States, Idaho, Coeur D Alene1
United States, Idaho, Meridian1
United States, Idaho, Moscow1
United States, Idaho, Nampa1
United States, Idaho, Rexburg1
United States, Illinois, Algonquin1
United States, Illinois, Alton1
United States, Illinois, Arlington Heights2
United States, Illinois, Aurora2
United States, Illinois, Bloomington (NEW)1
United States, Illinois, Bolingbrook1
United States, Illinois, Buffalo Grove2
United States, Illinois, Carbondale1
United States, Illinois, Chenoa1
United States, Illinois, Chicago(+1) 44
United States, Illinois, Des Plaines1
United States, Illinois, East Peoria1
United States, Illinois, Evanston1
United States, Illinois, Glenview(+1) 2
United States, Illinois, La Grange1
United States, Illinois, Lisle1
United States, Illinois, Lombard1
United States, Illinois, Mascoutah1
United States, Illinois, Mattoon2
United States, Illinois, Maywood1
United States, Illinois, Morton Grove1
United States, Illinois, Mt. Vernon1
United States, Illinois, Naperville4
United States, Illinois, Northbrook3
United States, Illinois, Oak Forest1
United States, Illinois, Palos Park1
United States, Illinois, Riverdale1
United States, Illinois, Rockford2
United States, Illinois, Schaumburg2
United States, Illinois, Shorewood1
United States, Illinois, Skokie2
United States, Illinois, South Elgin1
United States, Illinois, Tinley Park2
United States, Illinois, Toulon1
United States, Illinois, Urbana2
United States, Illinois, Westmont1
United States, Illinois, Wheaton1
United States, Illinois, Wheeling1
United States, Illinois, Woodstock(+1) 3
United States, Indiana, Bloomington2
United States, Indiana, Clinton1
United States, Indiana, Crawfordsville2
United States, Indiana, Crown Point1
United States, Indiana, Evansville1
United States, Indiana, Fishers1
United States, Indiana, Greenwood1
United States, Indiana, Hammond1
United States, Indiana, Indianapolis3
United States, Indiana, Lafayette1
United States, Indiana, Marion1
United States, Indiana, Mishawaka2
United States, Indiana, Noblesville1
United States, Indiana, Pittsboro1
United States, Indiana, Portage1
United States, Indiana, South Bend2
United States, Indiana, Upland1
United States, Indiana, West Lafayette3
United States, Indiana, Wilkinson1
United States, Iowa, Cedar Rapids2
United States, Iowa, Des Moines3
United States, Iowa, Fairfield1
United States, Iowa, Johnston1
United States, Iowa, Sheldon1
United States, Iowa, Sioux Center2
United States, Iowa, Storm Lake1
United States, Iowa, Vinton1
United States, Iowa, Waterloo1
United States, Kansas, Emporia2
United States, Kansas, Garden City1
United States, Kansas, Girard1
United States, Kansas, Kansas City1
United States, Kansas, Lawrence2
United States, Kansas, Manhattan1
United States, Kansas, Mission1
United States, Kansas, Newton1
United States, Kansas, Olathe1
United States, Kansas, Overland Park(+2) 5
United States, Kansas, Shawnee Mission1
United States, Kansas, Wichita3
United States, Kentucky, Bardstown1
United States, Kentucky, Baxter1
United States, Kentucky, Beattyville1
United States, Kentucky, Columbia1
United States, Kentucky, Erlanger1
United States, Kentucky, Frankfort1
United States, Kentucky, Leitchfield1
United States, Kentucky, Lexington(+1) 4
United States, Kentucky, Louisville6
United States, Kentucky, Mayfield2
United States, Kentucky, Monticello1
United States, Kentucky, Paris1
United States, Kentucky, Radcliff1
United States, Kentucky, Richmond1
United States, Kentucky, Versailles1
United States, Louisiana, Baton Rouge4
United States, Louisiana, Kenner1
United States, Louisiana, Kinder1
United States, Louisiana, Lake Charles1
United States, Louisiana, Metairie (NEW)1
United States, Louisiana, Monroe2
United States, Louisiana, Morgan City1
United States, Louisiana, New Orleans4
United States, Louisiana, Ponchatoula1
United States, Louisiana, Sulphur1
United States, Maine, Bangor1
United States, Maine, Biddeford1
United States, Maine, Cape Elizabeth1
United States, Maine, Kennebunkport1
United States, Maine, Lewiston1
United States, Maine, Orono2
United States, Maine, Portland1
United States, Maine, Sanford1
United States, Maine, Skowhegan1
United States, Maine, South Portland1
United States, Maine, Unity2
United States, Maine, Warren1
United States, Maine, Westbrook1
United States, Maine, Windham1
United States, Maine, Yarmouth1
United States, Maryland, Accokeek2
United States, Maryland, Annapolis1
United States, Maryland, Baltimore7
United States, Maryland, Bel Air1
United States, Maryland, Bowie1
United States, Maryland, Burtonsville2
United States, Maryland, Catonsville1
United States, Maryland, Chevy Chase1
United States, Maryland, Cockeysville1
United States, Maryland, College Park1
United States, Maryland, Columbia3
United States, Maryland, Ellicott City1
United States, Maryland, Frederick3
United States, Maryland, Gaithersburg1
United States, Maryland, Glen Arm1
United States, Maryland, Hagerstown1
United States, Maryland, Hanover1
United States, Maryland, Hyattsville2
United States, Maryland, Jefferson1
United States, Maryland, Laurel (NEW)1
United States, Maryland, Middle River1
United States, Maryland, Nottingham1
United States, Maryland, Odenton1
United States, Maryland, Oxon Hill1
United States, Maryland, Parsonsburg1
United States, Maryland, Potomac1
United States, Maryland, Reisterstown1
United States, Maryland, Ridge1
United States, Maryland, Rockville2
United States, Maryland, Salisbury1
United States, Maryland, Severn2
United States, Maryland, Silver Spring(+1) 6
United States, Massachusetts, Acton (NEW)1
United States, Massachusetts, Adams1
United States, Massachusetts, Arlington1
United States, Massachusetts, Belmont1
United States, Massachusetts, Beverly1
United States, Massachusetts, Billerica1
United States, Massachusetts, Boston8
United States, Massachusetts, Boxborough1
United States, Massachusetts, Brighton2
United States, Massachusetts, Brookline (NEW)2
United States, Massachusetts, Burlington3
United States, Massachusetts, Cambridge(+15) 62
United States, Massachusetts, Canton1
United States, Massachusetts, Chestnut Hill1
United States, Massachusetts, Chicopee1
United States, Massachusetts, Dedham1
United States, Massachusetts, East Bridgewater1
United States, Massachusetts, Fall River1
United States, Massachusetts, Fitchburg1
United States, Massachusetts, Foxboro1
United States, Massachusetts, Framingham1
United States, Massachusetts, Franklin1
United States, Massachusetts, Groton1
United States, Massachusetts, Haverhill1
United States, Massachusetts, Hyde Park1
United States, Massachusetts, Lawrence1
United States, Massachusetts, Lee1
United States, Massachusetts, Lowell2
United States, Massachusetts, Mansfield1
United States, Massachusetts, Marshfield1
United States, Massachusetts, Maynard1
United States, Massachusetts, Melrose1
United States, Massachusetts, Nantucket1
United States, Massachusetts, Newton2
United States, Massachusetts, North Attleboro2
United States, Massachusetts, North Chelmsford1
United States, Massachusetts, North Reading1
United States, Massachusetts, Pittsfield1
United States, Massachusetts, Quincy3
United States, Massachusetts, Roslindale1
United States, Massachusetts, Rutland1
United States, Massachusetts, Sandwich1
United States, Massachusetts, Scituate1
United States, Massachusetts, Somerville2
United States, Massachusetts, South Easton1
United States, Massachusetts, Southbridge1
United States, Massachusetts, Springfield1
United States, Massachusetts, Tewksbury1
United States, Massachusetts, West Newton(+1) 2
United States, Massachusetts, Westborough1
United States, Massachusetts, Westfield1
United States, Massachusetts, Williamstown1
United States, Massachusetts, Woburn1
United States, Massachusetts, Worcester2
United States, Michigan, Ann Arbor7
United States, Michigan, Baraga1
United States, Michigan, Big Rapids1
United States, Michigan, Cadillac1
United States, Michigan, Canton2
United States, Michigan, Clarkston1
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United States, Michigan, Grand Rapids1
United States, Michigan, Grant1
United States, Michigan, Grosse Pointe1
United States, Michigan, Haslett1
United States, Michigan, Highland Park (NEW)1
United States, Michigan, Holland2
United States, Michigan, Jackson1
United States, Michigan, Kalamazoo2
United States, Michigan, Lake Orion2
United States, Michigan, Lansing8
United States, Michigan, Macomb1
United States, Michigan, Manchester2
United States, Michigan, Marquette1
United States, Michigan, Metamora1
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United States, Michigan, Monroe1
United States, Michigan, Muskegon1
United States, Michigan, New Baltimore1
United States, Michigan, Novi1
United States, Michigan, Okemos1
United States, Michigan, Ortonville1
United States, Michigan, Oxford1
United States, Michigan, Pinckney1
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United States, Michigan, Rochester2
United States, Michigan, Roseville1
United States, Michigan, Saginaw1
United States, Michigan, Spring Lake1
United States, Michigan, Taylor1
United States, Michigan, Traverse City1
United States, Michigan, Trenton1
United States, Michigan, Troy3
United States, Michigan, West Bloomfield1
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United States, Minnesota, Austin2
United States, Minnesota, Buffalo1
United States, Minnesota, Champlin2
United States, Minnesota, Cokato1
United States, Minnesota, Eden Prairie1
United States, Minnesota, Farmington1
United States, Minnesota, Hutchinson1
United States, Minnesota, Longville1
United States, Minnesota, Mankato4
United States, Minnesota, Minneapolis10
United States, Minnesota, Moorhead1
United States, Minnesota, Northfield1
United States, Minnesota, Rochester2
United States, Minnesota, Sauk Rapids (NEW)1
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United States, Minnesota, St. Paul1
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United States, Mississippi, Batesville1
United States, Mississippi, Corinth1
United States, Mississippi, Mccomb1
United States, Mississippi, New Albany1
United States, Missouri, Branson1
United States, Missouri, Brookline Station1
United States, Missouri, Chesterfield1
United States, Missouri, Columbia2
United States, Missouri, Independence1
United States, Missouri, Kansas City3
United States, Missouri, Kearney1
United States, Missouri, Kirksville2
United States, Missouri, O Fallon2
United States, Missouri, Springfield3
United States, Missouri, St. Louis(+1) 5
United States, Missouri, St. Peters1
United States, Missouri, Steedman1
United States, Missouri, Sullivan1
United States, Missouri, Wentzville1
United States, Montana, Helena1
United States, Montana, Kalispell1
United States, Montana, Stevensville2
United States, Nebraska, Beatrice1
United States, Nebraska, Bellevue1
United States, Nebraska, Lincoln5
United States, Nebraska, Omaha3
United States, Nebraska, Pilger1
United States, Nebraska, Scottsbluff1
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United States, Nevada, Dayton1
United States, Nevada, Gerlach1
United States, Nevada, Las Vegas13
United States, Nevada, Reno(+1) 8
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United States, New Hampshire, Derry1
United States, New Hampshire, Dover(+1) 2
United States, New Hampshire, Durham1
United States, New Hampshire, Jaffrey1
United States, New Hampshire, Laconia2
United States, New Hampshire, Londonderry1
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United States, New Hampshire, Moultonborough1
United States, New Jersey, Absecon5
United States, New Jersey, Beachwood1
United States, New Jersey, Bedminster(+1) 17
United States, New Jersey, Blairstown1
United States, New Jersey, Bloomfield1
United States, New Jersey, Brick1
United States, New Jersey, Burlington1
United States, New Jersey, Chester1
United States, New Jersey, Clementon1
United States, New Jersey, East Brunswick2
United States, New Jersey, Edgewater1
United States, New Jersey, Elmwood Park1
United States, New Jersey, Englishtown1
United States, New Jersey, Freehold1
United States, New Jersey, Glenwood1
United States, New Jersey, Harrison1
United States, New Jersey, Highland Park1
United States, New Jersey, Hoboken1
United States, New Jersey, Irvington1
United States, New Jersey, Jackson1
United States, New Jersey, Jersey City7
United States, New Jersey, Kearny1
United States, New Jersey, Livingston15
United States, New Jersey, Maple Shade1
United States, New Jersey, Maplewood1
United States, New Jersey, Medford1
United States, New Jersey, Middletown2
United States, New Jersey, Milltown1
United States, New Jersey, Monmouth Junction1
United States, New Jersey, Montclair1
United States, New Jersey, Mt. Laurel(+1) 24
United States, New Jersey, New Brunswick1
United States, New Jersey, New Providence1
United States, New Jersey, Newark2
United States, New Jersey, Oak Ridge1
United States, New Jersey, Oradell1
United States, New Jersey, Parsippany1
United States, New Jersey, Passaic1
United States, New Jersey, Paterson1
United States, New Jersey, Pennington1
United States, New Jersey, Princeton6
United States, New Jersey, Princeton Junction1
United States, New Jersey, Randolph1
United States, New Jersey, Sewell1
United States, New Jersey, Sicklerville1
United States, New Jersey, South Plainfield1
United States, New Jersey, Totowa1
United States, New Jersey, Trenton2
United States, New Jersey, Union City1
United States, New Jersey, Vincentown1
United States, New Jersey, Warren1
United States, New Jersey, West Orange1
United States, New Jersey, Westfield1
United States, New Jersey, Woodbine1
United States, New Jersey, Woodbridge1
United States, New Jersey, Woodcliff Lake1
United States, New Mexico, Albuquerque10
United States, New Mexico, Edgewood1
United States, New Mexico, Las Cruces1
United States, New Mexico, Ojo Caliente1
United States, New Mexico, Santa Fe1
United States, New York, Albany2
United States, New York, Albertson1
United States, New York, Alfred1
United States, New York, Amityville1
United States, New York, Astoria1
United States, New York, Bayside1
United States, New York, Beacon2
United States, New York, Bethpage1
United States, New York, Binghamton2
United States, New York, Bronx9
United States, New York, Brooklyn21
United States, New York, Buffalo7
United States, New York, Cambridge1
United States, New York, Cicero1
United States, New York, Clinton1
United States, New York, Corning1
United States, New York, Delhi1
United States, New York, East Aurora1
United States, New York, East Meadow1
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United States, New York, Fairport2
United States, New York, Far Rockaway1
United States, New York, Farmingdale1
United States, New York, Flushing1
United States, New York, Forest Hills1
United States, New York, Ft. Drum1
United States, New York, Garden City1
United States, New York, Geneva1
United States, New York, Glen Cove1
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United States, New York, Gloversville2
United States, New York, Great Neck1
United States, New York, Greenvale1
United States, New York, Hamilton1
United States, New York, Hampton Bays1
United States, New York, Hartsdale1
United States, New York, Hempstead1
United States, New York, Henrietta1
United States, New York, Hicksville3
United States, New York, High Falls2
United States, New York, Holbrook2
United States, New York, Hollis1
United States, New York, Huntington Station1
United States, New York, Hyde Park1
United States, New York, Islandia1
United States, New York, Ithaca2
United States, New York, Jackson Heights1
United States, New York, Jamaica(+1) 3
United States, New York, Jericho1
United States, New York, Johnson City1
United States, New York, Katonah1
United States, New York, Kings Park2
United States, New York, Kingston1
United States, New York, Little Neck1
United States, New York, Liverpool1
United States, New York, Lockport1
United States, New York, Malone1
United States, New York, Manhasset1
United States, New York, Manlius1
United States, New York, Medford1
United States, New York, Merrick1
United States, New York, Middletown2
United States, New York, Monsey1
United States, New York, New Hartford1
United States, New York, New Hyde Park1
United States, New York, New Rochelle(+1) 2
United States, New York, New Windsor5
United States, New York, New York(+8) 138
United States, New York, Newark1
United States, New York, Northport1
United States, New York, Nyack1
United States, New York, Oceanside1
United States, New York, Old Westbury1
United States, New York, Oneonta1
United States, New York, Oswego1
United States, New York, Patchogue1
United States, New York, Pelham1
United States, New York, Plainview2
United States, New York, Poughkeepsie10
United States, New York, Rochester8
United States, New York, Roosevelt1
United States, New York, Rosedale2
United States, New York, Rosendale1
United States, New York, Rye1
United States, New York, Scarsdale2
United States, New York, Shelter Island1
United States, New York, Skaneateles1
United States, New York, Spring Valley1
United States, New York, Staten Island(+1) 2
United States, New York, Stony Brook3
United States, New York, Syosset1
United States, New York, Syracuse4
United States, New York, Tappan1
United States, New York, Tarrytown1
United States, New York, Thornwood1
United States, New York, Utica1
United States, New York, Verplanck1
United States, New York, Wappingers Falls1
United States, New York, Waterloo2
United States, New York, Watertown1
United States, New York, West Babylon1
United States, New York, Westport1
United States, New York, White Plains1
United States, New York, Wurtsboro1
United States, New York, Yonkers4
United States, New York, Yorktown Heights1
United States, North Carolina, Angier1
United States, North Carolina, Asheville2
United States, North Carolina, Candler1
United States, North Carolina, Cary6
United States, North Carolina, Charlotte7
United States, North Carolina, Durham4
United States, North Carolina, Greensboro1
United States, North Carolina, Havelock1
United States, North Carolina, Hendersonville1
United States, North Carolina, Hope Mills1
United States, North Carolina, Huntersville1
United States, North Carolina, Iron Station1
United States, North Carolina, Knightdale2
United States, North Carolina, Lowell1
United States, North Carolina, Lumberton1
United States, North Carolina, Marion1
United States, North Carolina, Monroe1
United States, North Carolina, Mooresville1
United States, North Carolina, Nashville1
United States, North Carolina, New Bern1
United States, North Carolina, Pisgah Forest1
United States, North Carolina, Pittsboro1
United States, North Carolina, Raeford1
United States, North Carolina, Raleigh7
United States, North Carolina, Roanoke Rapids1
United States, North Carolina, Roxboro1
United States, North Carolina, Sherrills Ford1
United States, North Carolina, Whiteville1
United States, North Carolina, Wilmington1
United States, North Dakota, Belfield1
United States, North Dakota, Dickinson1
United States, North Dakota, Fargo1
United States, North Dakota, Grand Forks1
United States, North Dakota, Jamestown1
United States, Ohio, Akron1
United States, Ohio, Amelia1
United States, Ohio, Beachwood1
United States, Ohio, Bellbrook1
United States, Ohio, Boardman1
United States, Ohio, Chesterland1
United States, Ohio, Cincinnati5
United States, Ohio, Cleveland9
United States, Ohio, Columbus(+1) 9
United States, Ohio, Dayton3
United States, Ohio, Gallipolis1
United States, Ohio, Germantown1
United States, Ohio, Groveport1
United States, Ohio, Hamilton1
United States, Ohio, Hilliard1
United States, Ohio, Lakewood1
United States, Ohio, Lebanon1
United States, Ohio, Logan2
United States, Ohio, Marietta1
United States, Ohio, Maumee1
United States, Ohio, Miamisburg1
United States, Ohio, Milford2
United States, Ohio, New Albany1
United States, Ohio, North Olmsted1
United States, Ohio, Northfield1
United States, Ohio, Portsmouth3
United States, Ohio, Sunbury1
United States, Ohio, Toledo2
United States, Ohio, Union City2
United States, Ohio, Warren1
United States, Ohio, West Chester1
United States, Ohio, Wooster1
United States, Oklahoma, Ada1
United States, Oklahoma, Broken Arrow1
United States, Oklahoma, Edmond (NEW)1
United States, Oklahoma, Jenks1
United States, Oklahoma, Lawton2
United States, Oklahoma, Oklahoma City4
United States, Oklahoma, Owasso1
United States, Oklahoma, Stillwater1
United States, Oklahoma, Taloga1
United States, Oklahoma, Tulsa2
United States, Oregon, Ashland1
United States, Oregon, Beaverton2
United States, Oregon, Corvallis1
United States, Oregon, Eugene2
United States, Oregon, Forest Grove1
United States, Oregon, Grants Pass1
United States, Oregon, Gresham1
United States, Oregon, Hillsboro(+2) 7
United States, Oregon, Portland(+2) 26
United States, Oregon, Salem2
United States, Oregon, West Linn1
United States, Oregon, Wilsonville2
United States, Pennsylvania, Altoona1
United States, Pennsylvania, Ambler1
United States, Pennsylvania, Ambridge2
United States, Pennsylvania, Beaver Falls1
United States, Pennsylvania, Blue Bell1
United States, Pennsylvania, Braddock1
United States, Pennsylvania, Butler1
United States, Pennsylvania, Carlisle2
United States, Pennsylvania, Conshohocken1
United States, Pennsylvania, Elizabeth1
United States, Pennsylvania, Ephrata1
United States, Pennsylvania, Erie1
United States, Pennsylvania, Etters1
United States, Pennsylvania, Glenmoore1
United States, Pennsylvania, Grove City1
United States, Pennsylvania, Harrisburg1
United States, Pennsylvania, Hershey3
United States, Pennsylvania, Hunlock Creek1
United States, Pennsylvania, Huntingdon Valley1
United States, Pennsylvania, Johnstown1
United States, Pennsylvania, Lancaster3
United States, Pennsylvania, Lansdowne (NEW)1
United States, Pennsylvania, Mechanicsburg1
United States, Pennsylvania, Meyersdale1
United States, Pennsylvania, Natrona Heights1
United States, Pennsylvania, New Kensington2
United States, Pennsylvania, Norwood1
United States, Pennsylvania, Palmerton1
United States, Pennsylvania, Palmyra1
United States, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia26
United States, Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh8
United States, Pennsylvania, Schwenksville1
United States, Pennsylvania, Scranton3
United States, Pennsylvania, Shenandoah1
United States, Pennsylvania, Shermans Dale1
United States, Pennsylvania, Spring City1
United States, Pennsylvania, Spring Grove1
United States, Pennsylvania, State College3
United States, Pennsylvania, Stroudsburg1
United States, Pennsylvania, Walnutport1
United States, Pennsylvania, Wayne2
United States, Pennsylvania, West Chester4
United States, Rhode Island, Cranston2
United States, Rhode Island, Cumberland1
United States, Rhode Island, Newport1
United States, Rhode Island, Providence4
United States, Rhode Island, Wakefield1
United States, Rhode Island, Warren1
United States, Rhode Island, Warwick1
United States, Rhode Island, Woonsocket1
United States, South Carolina, Chester1
United States, South Carolina, Columbia4
United States, South Carolina, Ft. Mill2
United States, South Carolina, Gaffney1
United States, South Carolina, Goose Creek1
United States, South Carolina, Greenville2
United States, South Carolina, Greer1
United States, South Carolina, Hartsville1
United States, South Carolina, Hilton Head Island3
United States, South Carolina, Lyman1
United States, South Carolina, Murrells Inlet1
United States, South Carolina, Myrtle Beach2
United States, South Carolina, Pelion2
United States, South Carolina, Rock Hill (NEW)1
United States, South Carolina, Simpsonville1
United States, South Carolina, Summerville1
United States, South Carolina, Woodruff1
United States, South Dakota, Aberdeen1
United States, South Dakota, Rapid City2
United States, South Dakota, Sioux Falls2
United States, Tennessee, Bartlett1
United States, Tennessee, Brentwood1
United States, Tennessee, Chapel Hill1
United States, Tennessee, Chattanooga1
United States, Tennessee, Christiana1
United States, Tennessee, Collierville1
United States, Tennessee, Crossville1
United States, Tennessee, Dayton1
United States, Tennessee, Franklin1
United States, Tennessee, Goodlettsville1
United States, Tennessee, Kingsport1
United States, Tennessee, Knoxville4
United States, Tennessee, Maryville1
United States, Tennessee, Memphis3
United States, Tennessee, Morristown1
United States, Tennessee, Murfreesboro1
United States, Tennessee, Nashville(+1) 8
United States, Tennessee, Oak Ridge1
United States, Tennessee, Spring Hill1
United States, Tennessee, Tullahoma1
United States, Texas, Allen1
United States, Texas, Arlington3
United States, Texas, Austin25
United States, Texas, Beeville1
United States, Texas, Burleson1
United States, Texas, Canutillo1
United States, Texas, Carrollton2
United States, Texas, Coppell1
United States, Texas, Cypress1
United States, Texas, Dallas(+3) 34
United States, Texas, Del Rio1
United States, Texas, Denton3
United States, Texas, Duncanville1
United States, Texas, El Paso4
United States, Texas, Frisco2
United States, Texas, Garland1
United States, Texas, Grand Prairie1
United States, Texas, Gunter1
United States, Texas, Helotes2
United States, Texas, Houston16
United States, Texas, Irving2
United States, Texas, Keller (NEW)1
United States, Texas, Lake Jackson1
United States, Texas, Laredo1
United States, Texas, Leander1
United States, Texas, Lewisville1
United States, Texas, Longview1
United States, Texas, Lubbock1
United States, Texas, Marble Falls1
United States, Texas, Missouri City4
United States, Texas, Munday1
United States, Texas, Pasadena1
United States, Texas, Pearland1
United States, Texas, Plano(+1) 12
United States, Texas, Round Rock3
United States, Texas, San Antonio10
United States, Texas, Spring2
United States, Texas, Sugar Land1
United States, Texas, Sulphur Springs1
United States, Texas, The Colony1
United States, Texas, Tyler2
United States, Texas, Waco1
United States, Texas, Wichita Falls1
United States, Texas, Wylie1
United States, Utah, American Fork1
United States, Utah, Delta1
United States, Utah, Logan1
United States, Utah, Orem(+1) 8
United States, Utah, Pleasant Grove1
United States, Utah, Provo(+1) 3
United States, Utah, Riverton1
United States, Utah, Salt Lake City5
United States, Utah, Sandy1
United States, Utah, Springville1
United States, Vermont, Bristol1
United States, Vermont, Burlington3
United States, Vermont, Canaan1
United States, Vermont, Huntington1
United States, Virginia, Alexandria6
United States, Virginia, Arlington3
United States, Virginia, Ashburn1
United States, Virginia, Carrollton1
United States, Virginia, Centreville1
United States, Virginia, Chantilly1
United States, Virginia, Charlottesville7
United States, Virginia, Chesapeake3
United States, Virginia, Colonial Beach (NEW)1
United States, Virginia, Colonial Heights1
United States, Virginia, Fairfax2
United States, Virginia, Falls Church1
United States, Virginia, Fredericksburg1
United States, Virginia, Galax1
United States, Virginia, Hampton1
United States, Virginia, Herndon10
United States, Virginia, Manassas2
United States, Virginia, Mclean(+1) 3
United States, Virginia, Mechanicsville3
United States, Virginia, Newport News1
United States, Virginia, Norfolk(+1) 4
United States, Virginia, Phenix1
United States, Virginia, Portsmouth1
United States, Virginia, Quantico1
United States, Virginia, Reston11
United States, Virginia, Richmond12
United States, Virginia, Roanoke1
United States, Virginia, Ruckersville1
United States, Virginia, Salem1
United States, Virginia, Smithfield1
United States, Virginia, Springfield3
United States, Virginia, Stafford1
United States, Virginia, Stephens City1
United States, Virginia, Sterling6
United States, Virginia, Toano1
United States, Virginia, Vienna1
United States, Virginia, Vinton1
United States, Virginia, Virginia Beach4
United States, Virginia, Williamsburg2
United States, Virginia, Woodbridge1
United States, Washington, Auburn2
United States, Washington, Bellevue4
United States, Washington, Bellingham1
United States, Washington, Bremerton1
United States, Washington, Duvall1
United States, Washington, Ellensburg1
United States, Washington, Everett1
United States, Washington, Federal Way2
United States, Washington, Ferndale1
United States, Washington, Gig Harbor1
United States, Washington, Issaquah1
United States, Washington, Kenmore1
United States, Washington, Kirkland(+1) 2
United States, Washington, Lakewood1
United States, Washington, Lynnwood1
United States, Washington, Mercer Island1
United States, Washington, Mountlake Terrace1
United States, Washington, Olympia1
United States, Washington, Ravensdale1
United States, Washington, Redmond(+3) 318
United States, Washington, Renton4
United States, Washington, Richland2
United States, Washington, Sammamish1
United States, Washington, Seattle81
United States, Washington, Shelton1
United States, Washington, Spokane3
United States, Washington, Tacoma1
United States, Washington, Vancouver5
United States, Washington, Washougal1
United States, Washington, Wenatchee1
United States, Washington, Yakima1
United States, West Virginia, Charleston1
United States, West Virginia, Martinsburg1
United States, West Virginia, Shady Spring1
United States, West Virginia, True1
United States, Wisconsin, Danbury1
United States, Wisconsin, Dresser1
United States, Wisconsin, Eau Claire1
United States, Wisconsin, Fond Du Lac1
United States, Wisconsin, Grafton1
United States, Wisconsin, Greendale2
United States, Wisconsin, Janesville1
United States, Wisconsin, Lake Geneva1
United States, Wisconsin, Madison12
United States, Wisconsin, Menomonee Falls3
United States, Wisconsin, Milwaukee5
United States, Wisconsin, Monroe1
United States, Wisconsin, Neenah1
United States, Wisconsin, New Berlin1
United States, Wisconsin, Oak Creek2
United States, Wisconsin, Pardeeville (NEW)1
United States, Wisconsin, Plover1
United States, Wisconsin, Racine1
United States, Wisconsin, Rice Lake1
United States, Wisconsin, Salem1
United States, Wisconsin, Washburn1
United States, Wisconsin, Waukesha1
United States, Wisconsin, West Bend1
Uruguay (in total)10
Uruguay, -, -2
Uruguay, Maldonado, Maldonado1
Uruguay, Montevideo, Montevideo7
Uzbekistan (in total)10
Uzbekistan, -, -1
Uzbekistan, Toshkent, Tashkent9
Venezuela (in total)19
Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic Of, Bolivarian Republic Of, Carabobo4
Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic Of, Bolivarian Republic Of, Distrito Federal11
Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic Of, Bolivarian Republic Of, Lara1
Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic Of, Bolivarian Republic Of, Nueva Esparta1
Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic Of, Bolivarian Republic Of, Zulia2
Viet Nam (in total)30
Viet Nam, -, -(+2) 16
Viet Nam, Ha Noi, Hanoi4
Viet Nam, Ho Chi Minh, Ho Chi Minh City(+2) 10
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