[erlang-questions] 10,000 simultaneous connections

john s wolter <>
Thu Nov 20 06:45:29 CET 2008


Bob, Dave, t,

Thank you for your educational replies, they will get me started.  Most
interesting to see that  Erlang has already demonstrated that level of
capability.  That gives me confidence to see how far I can push this.  This
could occupy December but maybe less time then that.  The coming holiday may
speed things up.

Do you have any other insights that may be of use?

On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 6:06 PM, t ty <> wrote:

> http://tsung.erlang-projects.org/user_manual.html#htoc6
>
> 2008/11/19 john s wolter <>:
> > Yes, 10,000 simultaneous connections to a server.  Whew!  I have to sit
> down
> > for a moment, I'm a little faint.  Is Erlang up to the task or threads?
> > (Ah, Ah,).
> > Imagine a server that has to run at that level of multitasking.  Right
> now
> > this is all blue sky thinking.  How could I benchmark an individual
> server's
> > capability to run child threads for a web service?    Next I want to
> write
> > some test programs that use the threads to judge application loading
> issues.
> >  I'm hoping to start to better understand applying the Erlang system.
> >
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