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On Sun, 23 Jun 2002 23:15, Glenn wrote:
] Hmm .. the problem is that the CPU rarely (if ever) maxxes out, but the
] application still struggles its titties off. And due to the nature of
] the application, the time you need the fastest response is also the time
] the application is working its hardest.
Is the problem here related to the number of threads running (or extant)
at any one time, or the rate at which they're destroyed / created?
In either case, though, you'd expect to see the CPU usage go high.
] The app is written using Web Objects, which I believe is some sort of
] Java variant? Anyone have an opinion on Web Objects? Whatever it is, it
] seems very slow .. and far too pretty. Gimme the Windows API anyday ..
A presumably even more proprietary variant of a cruddy language?
At least with the Windows API you know your app only has to run for
a short time (before the box crashes or someone owns it, and the lack
of performance is then conveniently hidden from the user).
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