[erlang-questions] Erlang, Yaws, and the deadly Tornado

Roberto Ostinelli roberto@REDACTED
Sat Sep 19 12:38:12 CEST 2009

glad to see that yucan and misultin seem to outperform all ;)

would be interesting to see also how these perform re cpu, memory  
usage, ... but i do get these tests need loads of time.

thank you lev for sharing the results of these tests with the rest of  



On 19/set/09, at 09:54, Lev Walkin wrote:

> ======================
> Since Facebook acquisition of FriendFeed, a bunch of technologies  
> were released to the wild, including, most notably, a Tornado web  
> server written in Python. The Tornado is touted as a «a scalable,  
> non-blocking web server and web framework». See Wikipedia article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tornado_HTTP_Server 
>  on some details on the performance of that server, as well as some  
> comparison with other web servers.
> The numbers looked interesting, so I decided to benchmark Tornado  
> myself to check out how it fares against some Erlang tools.
> ======================
> Since the data is highly graphical, I can only give the link to the  
> rest
> of the benchmark.
> http://lionet.livejournal.com/42016.html
> -- 
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