The more sand has escaped from the hourglass of our life, the clearer we should see through it.
conduct throughput observation and latency analysis on your endpoint to endpoint transport limits.
we use a
make command with a generic configuration, just a starting point of about 100,000 small node buffers.
we examine typical
udp Datagram throughput top-ends by extending this buffer envelope size to
let's collect nanomg style benchmarks for comparing various node modules!
some of the available modules among this repertoire include:
- udp (node core)
- net (node core)
$ git clone && cd perf && make
$ make perf
run the udp module:
$ make udp
run the net module:
$ make net
for more info how to bulid your own custom comparisons check out: running benchmarks
you are strongly encouraged to fork and tweak the Makefile's bench and then run:
$ make bench
compatibility: node versions
v0.10 up through
PRs for more benchmarks please! Play around with the Makefile and add directories for new modules in your PR! Don't forget to add new make commands and list them at the top
Issues are more than welcome!