git clone https://github.com/GenieFramework/Genie.jl.git cd Genie.jl
GENIE_ENV=prod julia --project=. and
Then I can run the web server.
julia> using Genie; route(()->"hello world", "/"); up()
% hyperfine --warmup 1 -- 'curl 127.0.0.1:8000/' Benchmark #1: curl 127.0.0.1:8000/ Time (mean ± σ): 14.9 ms ± 0.2 ms [User: 2.2 ms, System: 1.4 ms] Range (min … max): 14.8 ms … 15.8 ms 161 runs
shows that it takes 15 ms to respond (after warmup), compared to <5 ms in Python frameworks.
I tried using Profiler and flamegraphs but I was confused by at least two things: 1) the server is a long-running process, so I’m not sure how to profile its responses to requests separately from waiting for the next request. 2) The server process uses
Distributed to distribute responses to workers and I don’t know to account for the multiple tasks. More generally, I’m not totally sure how to interpret what I see in the graphs.
The author of Genie has labeled it “help wanted”. How would a Julia profiling expert get into this issue?