[erlang-questions] Erlang vs. Stackless Python

Ulf Wiger (TN/EAB) ulf.wiger@REDACTED
Fri Aug 3 18:34:17 CEST 2007

Well, sure. The ring benchmark serializes all processes,
which means that there is practically no parallelism in
There's a similar benchmark, called big.erl (big bang),
where a thousand or so processes are created, and all
start talking to everyone else.
It gives excellent speedup on SMP Erlang.
That might be another good benchmark to try in other
Ulf W


	From: erlang-questions-bounces@REDACTED
[mailto:erlang-questions-bounces@REDACTED] On Behalf Of tsuraan
	Sent: den 3 augusti 2007 18:07
	To: Dmitrii 'Mamut' Dimandt
	Cc: Zac Brown; erlang-questions@REDACTED
	Subject: Re: [erlang-questions] Erlang vs. Stackless Python
	An interesting result was that the -smp flag caused erlang to
slow down for that test.  Should that ever happen?
	On 03/08/07, Dmitrii 'Mamut' Dimandt <dmitriid@REDACTED> wrote:

		Zac Brown wrote:
		> That benchmark has some pitfalls in that it doesn't
really demonstrate the
		> scalabilty of erlang that well. I feel confident
saying that erlang would
		> scale to a much larger scale far better than stackless
python would. 
		> Interesting post no doubt, but could've been a little
less biased.
		Indeed. There's a longish discussion on hat in the
comments. It looks
		like erlang is unbeatable still :)
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