[Twisted-Python] documentation / kqueue / feedback
dr.pythoniac at googlemail.com
Wed Apr 16 18:17:50 EDT 2008
Oops, me newbie. Sorry for the noise * g
I find it very strange anyway, that the beast breaks as soon as it's
daemonized. Any idea, why ?
And where can I learn more about trial ?
On 4/16/08, Jean-Paul Calderone <exarkun at divmod.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 16 Apr 2008 22:25:48 +0200, Dr aio <dr.pythoniac at googlemail.com>
> > [snip]
> > > (FreeBSD) ... so you
> > > have only to worry about kqueue issues (which therve and others have
> > > done a ton of work on).
> > >
> > Would someone listen, please ?
> > Actually py-kqueue 1.4 IS WORKING on my FreeBSD.
> > I stressed it a little bit on my devel box, a P4, 1.8GHz, 768MB box
> > and it delivered nicely - around 300 connections/s with a payload of
> > around 2.5 KB delivered by a simple rpy. (with system load of ca.
> > 0.75)
> > The problem is only, when it's daemonized. then it breaks (see my
> > earlier post for detailled output)
> To clarify what I think is a miscommunication:
> When a Twisted developers says something like "KQueue doesn't work" what
> that means specifically is that:
> trial --reactor=kqueue twisted
> results in some test failures. It may indeed seem to work for your
> application, and it may even *actually* work for your application, but
> the way we know if it is working or not is whether it can pass the full
> test suite. We need this so we can judge whether changes are introducing
> regressions or not.
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