expressjs is not asynchronously processing my requests

var data = import('./blahblah/data')
app.get('/data', data.getData)

// blahblah/data:
exports.getData = function(req, res) {
    }, 10000)

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    If I send 10 simultaneous requests to this endpoint, then they only receive a reply one at a time 10 seconds apart, with the last request coming 110 seconds after the first request was sent. Aren’t nodejs and express supposed to let other requests process when the other requests are running asynchronous code?

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    Your code is fine, probably something is wrong with the way you’re testing it.

    Please, make sure that you’re sending your requests in parallel.

    I tested your code with loadtest utility

    loadtest -n 10 -c 10 http://localhost:3000/data

    and got expected results

    Target URL:          http://localhost:3000/data
    Max requests:        10
    Concurrency level:   10
    Agent:               none
    Completed requests:  10
    Total errors:        0
    Total time:          10.050681130000001 s

    Here is a code snipped I tested:

    var app = require('express')();
    app.get('/data', function(req, res) {


    Web browsers usually limit the number of parallel requests per host. I just tested it in my Google Chrome and it limited the number of parallel requests by 6:

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    Here is a detailed timing for one of delayed requests:

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    Looks like your browser have an even harsher limits.