ASW would be interesting as that's a very common use case for us and I am sure many other people.
On Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 12:44 PM, Koaps Freeman <koapsfree...@gmail.com>wrote: > I was initially playing with Erlang, talk about good times, and I just got > frustrated trying to do things I can do easily in Ruby and decided to fall > back to Camping which I like a lot. > > Then I came across Celluloid (http://celluloid.io/) and with it on JRuby > you can pretty much take full advantage of all your CPU cores. > > Plus it does the 'let it fail' actor model, so when your Camping app > crashes, it just restarts the actor again. > > This can make for a really robust webapp with all the benefits of running > within a JVM. > > I then saw Reel-Rack which made running Camping easier, but I had the > question of, how good would the performance be with all the overhead of JVM > - JRuby - Celluloid::IO - Reel - Reel-Rack - Camping. > > That's when I started putting together the benchmark project just to see > how that setup would look against a MRI version of my webapps. > > The simple tests don't really do it much justice, I'm starting to play > with DCell and ZeroMQ, so I might try to come up with some examples where > JRuby can use all the cores and see how MRI does with the same code. > > I also tried to play with Rubinis but ran into install issues with some > Gems so I decided to stick with JRuby. > > I'm also on SmartOS in a Zone and KVM for Linux, so the tests might be > completely different on a pure linux install on the same hardware, for > better or worse. > > Would be interesting to see but I'm not going to rebuild my server to find > out, maybe I'll try it in AWS or something. > > > On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 2:53 PM, Tim Uckun <timuc...@gmail.com> wrote: > >> >> Those are fascinating and very surprising results. >> >> I thought for sure trinidad would rule over all of them. The performance >> of Puma is also very surprising. >> >> So do you think there is any reason to use jruby at all given your >> benchmarks. MRI seems to be pretty good. >> >> _______________________________________________ >> Camping-list mailing list >> Campingemail@example.com >> http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/camping-list >> > > > _______________________________________________ > Camping-list mailing list > Campingfirstname.lastname@example.org > http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/camping-list >
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