Surprising indeed.

Why then the static content is so much slower is again weird. It almost
looks like there's a fixed speed for WSGI. Someone who knows more about
how the WSGI support may be able to say more...


WSGI in itself should not make a difference there. However, if the
WSGI server used is Twisted, then Twisted has a higher overhead per
request than ZServer. However, these results seem to indicate that
this overhead suddenly becomes the major factor, which clearly is
impossible.

the number of concurrent requests were 100

It's usually a good idea to test this with smaller numbers of
concurrent requests as well, to see how speed reacts to increasing
loads.

Those WSGI tests make no sense, I think they are somehow faulty.
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