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  • Trying to learn by tutorials, for cannot find a single Actix/Diesel tutorial that actually compiles
    4 projects | | 12 Mar 2023
    See here for some benchmark results. The benchmarks itself are in the diesel repository. Otherwise I believe there are numbers in the techempower benchmarks as well, although that includes other factors .
  • Thoughts about switching from sqlx to tokio_postgres?
    4 projects | | 4 Feb 2023
    I'm developing a Rust web server backend in Axum that uses Postgres and performance will be pretty important since I plan to run it on one server for as long as possible. It seems like the postgres crate is about 2x faster than sqlx, and the postgres repository seems pretty active still.
  • Ormlite: An ORM in Rust for developers that love SQL
    4 projects | | 25 Jan 2023
    Congratulations to the release. I know all of this is hard work. I would like to invite you to submit a ormlite implementation to the diesel benchmark collection. As soon as that's merged you will get regular reports here. The relevant code is here in the diesel repository.
  • Rails developers write some Rust: a review of Axum 0.6
    2 projects | | 16 Jan 2023
    In that case you may be interested in the metrics for different database libraries. diesel is doing rather well at the moment. sqlx is in the middle of a large rewrite that should improve performance, so we'll see how it compares after that
  • Using Rust as my Backend
    8 projects | | 2 Nov 2022
    See here for some benchmark results for the diesel repository. Please keep in mind that as always with benchmarks, these numbers are not necessarily true for your usecase. Be sure to checkout at least the benchmark code and draw your own conclusions from there.
  • SQL and Rust
    4 projects | | 21 Oct 2022
    The cited 7-70x factor is for sqlite, it's not that serve for other backends. I would guess for sqlite the overhead is partially caused by forcing an async interface on top of a internally sync API. See here for some numbers.
  • Initial release of diesel-async
    8 projects | | 27 Sep 2022
    According to our benchmarks better performance
    8 projects | | 27 Sep 2022
    We have some benchmarks here in the main diesel repository. Results are tracked here. A short summary is that diesel-async is nearly as fast as diesel itself for those benchmarks. It outperforms other implementation like sqlx and sea-orm. I should also not that I have not put in any effort to optimize the implementation, so it might be possible to get it on par with diesel itself. Otherwise as diesel-async internally use the pure rust database connection implementations and not the c libraries some differences might be attributed to differences in that implementations as well.
  • Should I use diesel ORM if performance is the most important thing?
    3 projects | | 14 Aug 2022
    Diesel maintains a set of benchmarks for several database libraries
  • Cornucopia v0.8: Generate type-checked Rust interfaces from your PostgreSQL queries.
    5 projects | | 1 Aug 2022
    Performance is always a hot topic, so take this with a grain of salt, but in our benchmarks, Cornucopia performs very close to the rust-postgres drivers, which themselves beat SQLx by a significant margin in the ubiquitous db interface benchmarks provided by Diesel ( Take this with a grain of salt though, since this is an indirect comparison. We'll try to provide a direct comparison with SQLx in our benchmarks as soon as possible.
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