Option to turn of logging in echo_server #37

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oberstet commented Mar 5, 2012

I am performance testing WS servers. Excessive console output can skew results. Have a look:

1st = logging on
2nd = logging off

oberstet@THINKPAD-T410S /f/scm/Autobahn/testsuite/wsperf (master)
$ python wsperf_commander.py -w ws://192.168.1.141:9002 -s node.json
Running 6 tests against 1 servers: ...... - all tests finished.

WebSocketNode/1.0.4,0,128
WebSocketNode/1.0.4,16,131
WebSocketNode/1.0.4,64,120
WebSocketNode/1.0.4,256,134
WebSocketNode/1.0.4,1024,149
WebSocketNode/1.0.4,4096,246

oberstet@THINKPAD-T410S /f/scm/Autobahn/testsuite/wsperf (master)
$ python wsperf_commander.py -w ws://192.168.1.141:9002 -s node.json
Running 6 tests against 1 servers: ...... - all tests finished.

WebSocketNode/1.0.4,0,115
WebSocketNode/1.0.4,16,87
WebSocketNode/1.0.4,64,101
WebSocketNode/1.0.4,256,118
WebSocketNode/1.0.4,1024,116
WebSocketNode/1.0.4,4096,177

@theturtle32 theturtle32 merged commit 6204cc1 into theturtle32:master Mar 6, 2012
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Cool, thanks! Are you posting the results somewhere? I'd love to see how WebSocket-Node stacks up against the competition. :-D

@oberstet
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oberstet commented Mar 6, 2012

I'll post soon .. want to make sure it's somehow significant/reliable. This is a cooperation between Peter (websocket++) and me. Will >>rock<<:

wsperf performance probe (can be multiple instances client/server) plus master/controller (Autobahn) .. I post on Autobahn G group .. think you are there so you will get that! stay tuned.

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