[Twisted-Python] twisted.web and MySQLdb
bob at redivi.com
Wed Oct 29 13:13:44 EST 2003
On Oct 29, 2003, at 12:33 PM, Rene Dudfield wrote:
> ecn at metaslash.com wrote:
>> > Can you qualify "long time"? And what's the bottleneck? At the
>> scale > of 100K or so function calls, Python isn't egregiously slow,
>> certainly > not slow enough to not be able to outrun TCP connection
>> Hmm, maybe a minute? I forget exactly. It was like 4x slower than
>> (I'm running Linux 2.6test1 with dual AMD Athlon MP/2000's).
> Probably be quite a bit quicker with psyco. Psyco is generally quite
> a bit quicker for looping things like this.
> Is there no batch interface for creating connections? Something where
> you pass it an array of your required connections, then let it fly.
> Batching apis are good for things like this where function call, and
> function setup are so large.
In any case, a benchmark that opens a whole bunch of sockets and does
nothing with them is pretty retarded. I'm actually pretty impressed
that Python was only 4x slower at this kind of task, it has a whole lot
of overhead (without psyco) for tight loops like that.
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