[Seaside] Re: Confused over the use of WAExternalFileLibrary...

Boris Popov boris at deepcovelabs.com
Tue Jun 17 12:45:38 UTC 2008

Oh, now we are back to 'my gun is bigger than your gun' discussion again. It's great that one can achieve decent performance serving content with a built in server, let's have a group hug and move on ;)

Thanks, Lukas, it's nice to see that piece get addressed. It means I can mostly get rid of my own directory emulation library and just dump files from an image into a subdirectory marked with a version number on deployment.


-Boris (via BlackBerry)

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Subject: Re: [Seaside] Re: Confused over the use of WAExternalFileLibrary...

Michael Lucas-Smith wrote:

> Randal: Inefficient? That's a random stretch, if you're using 
> Opentalk-HTTP then it's not going to be particularly inefficient and 
> it's a wild call to assume that Komanche and Swazoo would be slow 
> without trying it out.

Swazoo is definitely not inefficient serving static content anymore, on 
VW is now only 4x slower than Apache, achieving 36MBytes/s, which is 
about 300Mbits/s, that is 3 times saturation of 100M ethernet:


How much is Opentalk-HTTP able to achieve?

Best regards

Janko Mivšek
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