In article <1f060c4c0508261749db8c15 / mail.gmail.com>,
  snacktime <snacktime / gmail.com> writes:

> Performance and resource consumption is it for me.  I have a
> client/server transaction processing application written in twisted
> that can do about 300 tps and use less then 5% of the cpu on a 3ghz
> pentium.  Each transaction does 2-3 database queries, an http post to
> a remote server, and some text formatting.    It does use a thread
> pool for database connections but that's it.  Since the http post
> takes 2-3 seconds to complete, there are anywhere from 900 to 2000
> active client connections at any one time.  The server uses a steady
> 30mb of ram the whole time.

I see.  I never experienced such applications, though.
-- 
Tanaka Akira