On Thursday 29 March 2007 03:51, Jürgen Kartnaller wrote:
> >> I didn't stick around for the post-Linux-kernel-recompile testing, but
> >> when we hacked the Python standard library to use sleep(0) all the
> >> time (emulating an infinite granularity timer), it went down to about
> >> 10 seconds. A pretty nice improvement. ;)
> > And the original time was 15 minutes! :)
> My test environment on MAC OS-X is loading my frontpage in 2:50 min
> after restarting zope.
> with your fix and the one I made in a ZODB branch using nanosleep is
> went down to 27 sec.
> I tested this having ZEO and zope running on the same machine.
Yipee! I am really happy that you guys spent the time looking into the problem
and also found a fix that has those type of improvements!
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