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Article:
  Untwisting Python Network Programming
Subject:   performance
Date:   2006-08-14 08:16:53
From:   radix
Response to: Why untwisting?

How were these numbers reached? Can you show us any python code or commands that you used to find them?


I notice that your synchronous version of the telnet code immediately closes the socket whereas the twisted version is waiting for the *server* to end the connection; this could definitely be affecting your times. If you add a transport.loseConnection call after your write call, the semantics should line up better, and I imagine performance will be closer to what we expect.


Also, why are you calling the private "_write" method in the telnet example?


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    2006-08-17 04:57:06  Kendrew [View]

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