Bringing Async Capabilities to django ORM
I'm not sure if its official. Would love some more guidance/clarity/docs/funding from the django foundation on what it looks like to migrate legacy code to the new ways.
The rednaks repo works great for just giving the new async stuff a go. If everything else is also using async.
I did some experimentation with this. And its a pain trying to migrate a production application that uses gevent and psycogreen2.
The documentation on the code migration path is pretty sparse.
The main hiccup that I ran into was psycogreen2 not being supported.
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Thanks, it's great to see Django adding slowly but surely in all sorts of places.
By the way, have you looked at tortoise orm, which is a fully async python ORM with very Django-like syntax? 
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Some rough benchmarks of django with various configurations for WSGI / ASGI, fastapi, uvicorn
Everything works great if everything is already using the regular threading and asyncio/async methods, or JUST gevent/psycogreen.
The django documentation suggests mounting WSGI into ASGI.
But, it breaks down immediately going between the two paradigms.
I put a little experiment together a bit ago to see what would work in production, and my results.
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