On Sunday, 14 February 2016 at 08:17:34 UTC, Sönke Ludwig wrote:
Am 11.02.2016 um 00:24 schrieb sigod:
Did some benchmarks between `std.net.curl.get` and
`vibe.http.client.requestHTTP`. Only GET requests.

100 requests, ~1.4mb file:

     curl total: 131304, average: 1 sec and 313 ms
     vibe total:  21975, average: 219 ms

52 different files:

     curl total: 24851, average: 477 ms
     vibe total: 11290, average: 217 ms

50 different files (excluded 2 of the biggest ones):

     curl total: 20892, average: 417 ms
     vibe total: 11368, average: 227 ms

(Looks like `std.net.curl.get` doesn't like if file is bigger than ~1mb.)

Is vibe.d's API really that fast? Or am I doing something wrong?

How fast was the network connection in that case? Could it make a difference if keep-alive connections are used or not? Were the requests done in parallel or in sequence? I certainly wouldn't expect curl to be slower for a simple sequential transfer of a single file, but who knows.

https://gist.github.com/sigod/c78c61ac6118fa9fda26

I'm getting something like this:

        HTTPS:
        curl total: 23401, average: 458ms
        vibe total: 12136, average: 237ms
        HTTP:
        curl total: 5577, average: 278ms
        vibe total: 4268, average: 213ms

Windows 7 x86, dmd 2.070.0

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