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This is a good data point, a lot of our beliefs about software are based on "educated guesses" (translation we just have no clue and make everything up).

redis is 100,000 lines of .c code plus 50,000 lines of deps (jemalloc mostly, and lua, and then linenoise which is tiny). It runs (roughly) 2x the speed of pydis.

pydis is 250 lines of .py which is very impressive.. but it runs on top of python which is 400,000 lines of .c code and 777,460 lines of .py

I would like to see the kind of performance a golang implementation in roughly 250 lines would get. How close to 1.0x performance might it achieve?






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