Porting Java web application to Python to make it faster?
webstuff at fluidic.com
Sun Jul 11 02:17:38 CEST 2004
On 2004-07-08 08:19:30 -0400, Wolfgang Keller
<wolfgang.keller.nospam at gmx.de> said:
>> There was thread on a another list that I read like this recently. The
>> difference in performance between Java and python on the web server
>> probably doesn't really matter that much. If anything I might guess that
>> Java would be faster. Tons of huge applications are run by Java servers
>> everyday. A gig of RAM on the server is nothing.
> Errr, >>1 GByte just to provide an interactive GUI to something like 5
> users and doing some inter-application communication - I wouldn't really
> consider that as nothing. Especially not if it scales hyper-exponentially
> with the number of users and/or the data volume. After this first
> application, we expect to be able to use the same application for sites
> with something like 100 concurrent users as well.
i have a gig of memory in my laptop. Memory is cheap. If you are
going to have a DB, WebServer, Application Server on a server 1 gig of
memory is a mininum. I create database data loads, and my boss almost
lost his lunch when I told him I want a server 10gigs of main memory.
"If there is anything I can do for you or more to the point to you, let
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