>It looks like the pages you are serving are mostly big tables.  Both
>Netscape and IE
>won't reder anything unless they got everything in the table.
>I would try to time the 'wget' speed to verify if zope is slow or not.

Well, I kinda did that using telnet. I telneted into port 80 and then asked 
for an HTML page. I took about 3 secs (that's okay) for Zope to render the 
HTML page and then it bursted it out all at once.
As I read from the other E-mails, Zope does not stream HTML to the HTTP 
Server till it is done laying out the site. That is the real problem.

But the problem is still not solved. I am still 50% slower than other 
sites, even though Zope does not stream the data out. I played with the SQL 
Method cache; maybe I have to increase it more.

Stephan Richter
CBU - Physics and Chemistry
Web2k - Web Design/Development & Technical Project Management

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