[Twisted-Python] network server on multiprocessor hardware

Kevin Horn kevin.horn at gmail.com
Wed Sep 16 17:25:34 EDT 2009

On Sat, Sep 5, 2009 at 9:07 AM, Bokhan Artem <art at academ.org> wrote:

> Laurens Van Houtven пишет:
> > Are you sure it's dying out because of CPU limitations?
> Yes, with 1k req/s cpu is 100% busy with python.
> > Can you show any real applications where this happens?
> I do not have real application in python/twisted now.
> That could be any internet server with high load or under dos.
> > In my experience your network IO always gives up ages before my
> processors croak :-)
> It depends.
> >
> > I happen to be in the middle of writing a project with a big
> > computational component (at least when I'm not hacking away at
> > twisted.positioning), and generally the heavy computational stuff
> > doesn't live in the Twisted layer.
> I do not have any heavy computations, just high request rate.
> If you are looking for load balancing, you might also find txLoadBalancer

Kevin Horn
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