[Twisted-Python] Speed of twisted on Amazon EC2

Tobias Oberstein tobias.oberstein at tavendo.de
Sun Apr 21 08:36:14 EDT 2013


which OS are you running on your EC2 instance? Amazon Linux?

Which reactor are you running your Twisted test with? Epoll?

Are you running on CPython or PyPy?

Can we see you Twisted hello world test app?


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Von: twisted-python-bounces at twistedmatrix.com [mailto:twisted-python-bounces at twistedmatrix.com] Im Auftrag von Tom van Neerijnen
Gesendet: Sonntag, 21. April 2013 12:58
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Betreff: [Twisted-Python] Speed of twisted on Amazon EC2

Hi all
I recently wrote a hello world HTTP app in Twisted, Cyclone, node, Go and Scala on the Play framework, and used a combination of ab and gattling to see how fast each was on an m1.small instance on Amazon EC2. I also tested it on bare metal (my laptop:)) but I'll get to that later.
The code I used for twisted was the web server code sample from the front page of twistedmatrix.com with the numberRequests increment dropped and a simple "Hello World!" returned instead.
For cyclone I used the sample code from the cyclone docs with the same string being returned.
Node was the sample from their front page.
Play and Go I've never worked with before so those were copy pastes from various examples on their pages but again same URI and return string as the other frameworks.

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