From: Ian Bicking <ianb@co...> - 2004-12-30 17:49:44
Eric Radman wrote:
> On 22:21 Wed 29 Dec , Ian Bicking wrote:
>>Hmm... the numbers seem kind of odd, hitting a distinct point when
>>performance degrades. Have you tried any profiling? E.g., with hotshot:
> I couldn't figure out how to use hotshot...and when you search for
> "hotshot python run" you find that a lot of others can't figure it out
> either. do you know of another profiler...one that's documented?
Wow, I hadn't looked at the documentation. It really is horrible, isn't
it? The profile module's documentation is a bit better, it seems.
Maybe just something like:
>>The results would probably be very interesting. Another interesting
>>test might be a simple Webware app vs. a simple Twisted app (maybe just
>>a static file for Twisted).
> I ran the same tests against Apache2/WebKit and found that it scaled
> nicely (30-35% better performance than WSGIKit) as long as you don't
> factor in the hit the web server took from having to fork 20 or 30 more
> instances of Apache (at a loss of 10MB of RAM per instance).