brianm at dealnews.com
Mon Nov 12 15:55:17 UTC 2007
> When you use patched client and trunk server, you effectively do not
> wait for the results in the client (even though they are being sent to
> it). That's why you see the speedup (though the mix would block at
> some point). No, Perl assignment is not that slow, see numbers above.
> You see 14->4 saving, and you'll perhaps see a bit more when you use
> patched server. Everything is correct :).
I disagree. I don't see anything here that is not a Perl client tweak.
200ms for 100k sets is not a significant increase for me. And since
it requires a perl client trick of knowing if you are returning a value
or not it does not seem that portable to other clients. Not sure how
you do that in the PHP, Python, C etc.
It's good to be cheap =)
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