[Twisted-Python] Re: http server performance
dr.marc.byrd at gmail.com
Tue Mar 4 15:22:54 EST 2008
Clearly image_retrieve should also be async. All the beauty of twisted is
destroy by locking it for such a retrieve. Almost anything that goes
offboard (incl. filesystem) should be a deferred. The only exception i've
found is memcached, because it's so dang fast ;^)
I presume your needs are slightly beyond your code sample, which may have
been modified for clarity, but if not, other web servers and proxys
suggested may be a good way to go.
On Tue, Mar 4, 2008 at 11:47 AM, Nicola Larosa <nico at teknico.net> wrote:
> Matthew Glubb wrote:
> > if you are looking for high performance based on an asynchronous events
> > you might do well to take a look at the lighttpd web server.
> And to nginx, also asynchronous, and without a history of leaking memory.
> Notice how I actually said nothing about Lighttpd: you may have imagined
> it. ;-)
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