Say I have two routes that will be served by workers,
/routeB. I could have them both be served by the same worker which checks the path and performs the appropriate action or I could have two separate workers that each handle a separate endpoint.
Is there a throughput advantage (or any other advantage/disadvantage) to having two separate workers? E.g., if they’re both in the same worker, could a surge in requests to
/routeA impact request latencies to
/routeB and would this be resolved by splitting them up?