Re: ORBit speed measure
- From: Alex Hornby <alex anvil co uk>
- To: orbit-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: ORBit speed measure
- Date: Fri, 15 Dec 2000 10:04:49 +0000 (GMT)
I've just tested CORBA::ORBit calling a null method over IIOP on a TAO
server 100000 times.
Over 100Mbit ethernet, I get 2564 invocations per second.
Over the loopback I get 7142 invocations per second
I think that's pretty good, especially from perl :)
BTW COPE gets 588 and 1428 respectively, which is not really
surprising as it is 100% perl.
Xavier Ordoquy writes:
> Such as every test that has been done, it's always unfair because of this
> or that.
> However, I did not optimize this because I used my distribution
> (slackware) stuffs. This is because I wanted to use it for some projects
> and wanted to get an idea of the overhead. Thus as every user will not
> recompile ORBit, I just took the straight distribution package. Therefore,
> the times were provided as it.
> If one can find bench between dynamic loading and ORBit (compiled with
> what approched the most the dynamic loading) and benchs of ORBit between
> the differents mean of transport (sockets, rpc, ...) it would greatly
> interest lots of people. I just hope I didn't missed it.
> I know CORBA is not an implementation, but to myself it's a language
> abuse but it's commonly used.
> Xavier Ordoquy
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