Re: [Zope] Upscaling of performance

2000-11-02 Thread J. Atwood
1,000,000 hits is not that much but you can check out the Zope Benchmarks http://www.zope.org/Members/BwanaZulia/benchmarks.html On some good hardware it can handle about 100 Requests per second (8,640,000 per day). Beyond that you need two things... ZEO and hardware. Cheers, J From:

Re: [Zope] Upscaling of performance

2000-11-02 Thread Ender
has anyone tried the asyncore.c module from nightmare.com to speed up zserver? Kapil "J. Atwood" wrote: 1,000,000 hits is not that much but you can check out the Zope Benchmarks http://www.zope.org/Members/BwanaZulia/benchmarks.html On some good hardware it can handle about 100

Re: [Zope] Upscaling of performance

2000-11-02 Thread Erik Enge
On Thu, 2 Nov 2000, J. Atwood wrote: On some good hardware it can handle about 100 Requests per second (8,640,000 per day). Well, now. That truly depends on what Zope would be doing. Fire away a couple of objectValues() and the process will kneel _a lot_ sooner. Of course, this you could

Re: [Zope] Upscaling of performance

2000-11-02 Thread Cees de Groot
Petr van Blokland [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Hi, does have anyone reference on or information about the upscaling of Zope for *very* large hit performance: 1.000.000 per day or so? I've sketched the following upgrade path for our Zope server which eventually should host multiple ten/hundred