[Twisted-Python] How to improve response time of twisted.web?
pbastov at gmail.com
Fri Mar 28 03:12:16 EDT 2008
Yes, I see what you mean.
I really love Twisted, and will never switch to Apache or the like, since I like
its simplicity and the ability to have all my code in one place.
On Fri, Mar 28, 2008 at 12:27 PM, <glyph at divmod.com> wrote:
> On 03:57 am, pbastov at gmail.com wrote:
> >Thanks for the replies.
> >In fact, I just tried to compare it against the static files -- almost
> >the same result --
> >a little bit faster, but far from Apache :(
> Twisted is not, and has never been, as fast as Apache in this kind of
> naive raw-speed comparison on static files. It's probably not as fast
> for most other things either.
> If you would like to make it faster, there's no trick or configuration
> option or tweak. The solution is simple: optimize the code. This may
> just involve using a profiler and submitting patches, this may involve
> using some tool like cython or rpython to put the really critical parts
> into an extension module. Nobody else has volunteered to do this so far
> because Twisted is, in fact, fast enough for most things :).
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