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From "Adam Fisk" <adamf...@gmail.com>
Subject grizzly versus mina
Date Thu, 24 May 2007 15:45:01 GMT
The slides were just posted from this Java One session claiming Grizzly
blows MINA away performance-wise, and I'm just curious as to people's views
on it.  They present some interesting ideas about optimizing selector
threading and ByteBuffer use.


Maybe someone could comment on the performance improvements in MINA 2.0?  It
might also be useful to look at Grizzlies techniques to see if MINA could
incorporate them.  I know at least Scott Oaks from Grizzly is a solid
performance guy, so their numbers are likely correct.

Quick note:  I'm not trying to spark a Grizzly/MINA battle by any means.  I
just started using MINA after having implemented several generic NIO
frameworks myself, and I absolutely love MINA's approach.  It allowed me to
code a STUN server in 2 days, and I'm porting my SIP server now.



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