CGI load relative to Perl, etc. (last attempt, I promise)
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Sat Feb 26 12:56:29 CST 2005
I hate to repost, but on the odd chance someone here might have some
info and could save me some testing time, this would be really helpful
to me and possibly others:
Does anyone know how using Rev as a CGI stacks up against Perl, Python,
etc. in terms of server resource usage for equivalent tasks?
In brief, is Rev more efficient, less efficient, or roughly on par with
other scripting languages for CGI use?
I have some fairly extensive processes to implement involving reading
large (10-30 MB files) and generating a lot of small files after
churning that data. I'm hoping I can demonstrate that using Rev's nifty
chunk expressions will make for an efficient solution that won't drag
the server down any more than most other options for this sort of thing.
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