On Fri, Feb 08, 2002 at 11:29:39AM +0000, seb bacon wrote:
> Well, I just ran a very naive test and it suggests that zpt may be about
> twice as slow as dtml.
> I made a DTML Method, and a ZPT, identical to each other, containing
> only HTML:
>   <html> 
>    Test
>   </html>
> Then I ran the ab benchmarking tool against each method, thus:
>   # ab -n 500 http://localhost:8005/zpt_test/dtml
> The results are reproduced below, along with the profiling information
> (sorry if it wraps badly)
> seb

snip - snip.

This is indeed very interesting.  I also had an impression that ZPT was
sometimes evaluating things that it did not need to in the presence
of conditional tags.

How does the timing compare with a Script Python and with an external 
method on your machine?

(Yes, I understand they are very different from ZPT and dtml, but I
think this might be useful information for a Zope architect. And this 
would give a common baseline.)

Jim Penny

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