Relevant part of the video with the normal Python stats on the left and PyParallel on the right:
Regular Python HTTP server:
Thread Stats Avg Stdev Max Latency 4.93ms 714us 10ms Req/Seq 552 154 1.1k 10,480 requests in 10s, 69MB 1048 reqs/sec, 6.9MB/s
PyParallel (4 core Windows VM):
Thread Stats Avg Stdev Max Latency 2.41ms 531us 10ms Req/Seq 1.74k 183 2.33k 32,831 requests in 10s, 216MB 3263 reqs/sec, 21MB/s
So basically a bit less than linear scaling with more cores, which isn't too bad for a full debug build running on a VM.
-----Original Message----- From: Trent Nelson Sent: Wednesday, November 26, 2014 3:36 PM To: 'Paul Colomiets'; python-ideas Subject: RE: [Python-ideas] Asynchronous IO ideas for Python
Have you seen this?:
I spend the first 80-ish slides on async I/O.
(That was a year ago. I've done 2-3 sprints on it since then and have gotten it to a point where I can back up the claims with hard numbers on load testing benchmarks, demonstrated in the most recent video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4L4Ww3ROuro.)
-----Original Message----- From: Python-ideas [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Paul Colomiets Sent: Wednesday, November 26, 2014 12:35 PM To: python-ideas Subject: [Python-ideas] Asynchronous IO ideas for Python
I've written an article about how I perceive the future of asynchronous I/O in Python. It's not something that should directly be incorporated into python now, but I believe it's useful for python-ideas list.
And a place for comments at Hacker News:
I hope being helpful with this writeup :)
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