Experimental IRC log happs-2008-07-15

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08:31:45<gavin0>anyone alive?
08:34:29<fxr>gavin0: yup
08:40:07<gavin0>have any live happs sites I can hit?
08:40:12<gavin0>how do you like happs?
08:40:37<gavin0>I read some paul graham where he said strong ly typed languages hurt exploratory proramming...what do you think?
08:41:07<gavin0>I think happs is a brilliant idea........all the parts fo LAMP lead to pain...
08:44:39<gavin0>the database part kinda scares me, until I thought that blobs just need a name and location, so then all the data is mostly text and numbers
08:44:55<gavin0>I bet haskell has some interesting ways to reduce sets
08:45:07<gavin0>so there are the queries.....wow
08:45:13<gavin0>such possibilities
08:51:22<gavin0>then again postgresql has 20+ years of db research behind it I was told...
08:51:25<gavin0>hmm
08:51:26<gavin0>not sure
08:51:35<gavin0>is happs threaded?
08:52:09<gavin0>my reading about aolserver and elsewhere told me that threads are higher in performance than forked
08:52:23<gavin0>and some new stuff shows event based liek nginx is good..
08:52:25<gavin0>I dunno
09:12:23<eelco>wow, nice braindump
10:20:25<dcoutts>:-)
21:26:53<GrayShade>hello.. is there any caveat regarding HAppS performance with many clients at the same time?
21:29:50<Saizan>it got good results on some benchmarks, iirc
21:30:22<GrayShade>i'm seeing some other behaviour
21:31:37<GrayShade>it serves requests pretty slow, but without using processor time
21:31:50<Saizan>are you compiling with -O2 -threaded ?
21:33:50<GrayShade>yes
21:41:41<GrayShade>this is strange. with 6 or less connected clients, it flies (apachebench says 0.5 ms/request). with 7 it needs 10 ms/request, and then it skyrockets
21:44:43<GrayShade>(59 for 8)
21:46:45<Saizan>what if you run it with more OS threads? passing +RTS -N4 for example, however you should try posting to the mailing list
21:48:41<GrayShade>it doesn't help too much. anyway, it doesn't use more that 1-2% cpu, even with many clients
21:54:21<GrayShade>maybe i'll file a ticket on the google code page
22:51:16<fxr>happs runs slower when I'm running with +RTS -N4 with my quad machine using siege with 100 concurrent connection

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