Hanno Schlichting a écrit :
> On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 10:46 PM, toutpt<tou...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I m currently profiling the code of Plone to find performance issue and
>> fix them (i m sure there are a lot).
> Did you try to install all the experimental.* (opaquespeedup,
> contentcreation, catalogqueryplan) packages that have been done over
> the last year? They help to address some of the known performance
> problems.
> For the particular issue at hand you can either use the opaquespeedup
> package which has a more conservative approach to fixing this issue or
> backport the approach taken in Plone 4 as per
> https://svn.plone.org/svn/plone/Plone/branches/4.0/Products/CMFPlone/patches/speed.py
> Hanno
I don't really understand why all these improvements are not merged
inside plone3.X and CMF and are marked up as 'experimental'.

That has been discuss on Plone dev ML. This has to be merged It's lots
of work and make a lots of benefits to Plone. CMF and Plone are still slow.

I will install those packages.

JeanMichel FRANCOIS aka toutpt.
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