#251 2023-12-02 16:52:49

mpv
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Re: High-Performance Frameworks

Good idea smile

For my part, I'll try to use `mimalloc` in the next run - the top rust frameworks `ntex` (made by MS, by the way), `may-minihttp`, `xitca-web` use mimalloc. On my computer, mimalloc works a little worse, but on FTB the situation may change

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#252 2024-01-13 18:44:03

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Re: High-Performance Frameworks

From https://tfb-status.techempower.com :

Update 1.10.2024: We have 3 new servers on the way (and will be sending back the current servers). Will have the upgraded specs posted shortly. It may take some time to set up the new environment. We appreciate your patience!

This is good news!
We will have some new HW to play with. big_smile

@pavel Hope you are not too bad. We think daily about you, your family and your country.

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#253 2024-01-15 05:54:49

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ab wrote:

@pavel Hope you are not too bad. We think daily about you, your family and your country.

True, hope everything is as OK as it just can be...

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#254 2024-01-15 07:57:28

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Re: High-Performance Frameworks

It is not easy here, in Ukraine, but this winter is so far easier than the previous one - we were ready for the russian terror.

As for TFB, let's look at the new HW. It's a shame that our last commit didn't play on the old HW - we don't have a base for comparison. After one run on the new HW, I plan to switch our test to mormot@2.2 (and possibly change threads/servers). Life goes on..

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#255 2024-01-17 10:56:29

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Re: High-Performance Frameworks

After almost a year of discussions our idea for PostgreSQL pipe-lining mode improvement is merged into PostgreSQL upstream. After Postgres 17 release on September 2024 we will switch to it - for a while I do not want to increase a container build time by adding a libpq compilation from sources

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