Jason Spisak wrote:
> 
> Bill Anderson:
> 
> > Jason Spisak wrote:
> >
> > [...]
> >
> > > That's funny that I am experienceing the same symptoms as you, but my
> > > installation is totally different. I'm not using GUF, or any DA's, and I'm
> > > running on RH 6.1.  We really need to figure this out as a community.  I am
> > > willing to try just about anything short of shipping my machine somewhere
> > > off premisis. ;)
> >
> >
> > Ok, let's dig up some more info ( or perhaps I missed it ).
> >
> > Server setup, as in pcgi/Zserver/Apache w/proxypass, etc?
> 
> Nothing but straight ZServer/Medusa.

Cool, eliminates suspects.
 
> > Compiled on the machine, or binary distribution?
> >
> 
>  Zope 2.1.1 binary distro. Not sure how it got to be 2.1.4/2.1.6, might
> have been the other person having problems, or my mistake.  But the changes
> in 2.1.4 and 2.1.6 aren't anything in the Object publisher or Medusa so I
> don't think it makes a difference.

Have you considered trying a source-compile setup? There may have been
something in the original binary that gets triggered when dynamically
linking (does it do that? I haven't run a binary Zope distribution) to
the libraries on your machine.

I have witnessed this with X.

> RH 6.1
> 2.2.12smp kernel
> Hardware RAID
> dual 350mhz Xenon
> 1 gig ram
> 
> Vanilla Zope with no DA's, no Apache.
> 
> BTW, Matthew gave me some advice last Friday to use the setcheckinterval
> line in z2.py and the performance gains are quite impressive.  Anyone who
> is running smp should try it.

It is impressive. I love seing Zope serving static files in the 70rps
range.

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