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[REBOL] Re: ANN: Rugby 43 experimental

From: petr:krenzelok:trz:cz at: 31-Oct-2001 16:43

Maarten Koopmans wrote:
> Hi, > > On my celeron 500 laptop: > > start: now/time loop 100 [ echo "la"] print (now/time - start) > ==10 secs. > > Note that the client stub code (which is what you are testing is extremely > dynamic as of this release). But as the load is on the server.... you should > test it in a multiple machine setup if you want to do performance tests.
Why? Does it matter if load is on the server? I mean - how does it help? I think that local machine test is the fastest communication possible? Imagine chat program, e.g. goRim, where e.g. 10 clients are connected. I type really fast or so my colleagues tell me :-) The mechanism doesn't seem to be fast enough even to give me real-time feeling (tested just simple single echo in console). Or I just missunderstand something important here ... -pekr-