No, the global interpreter lock will allow only one thread to run at any time. Depending on your situation (when your Zope is cpu bound) *decreasing* the number of threads may improve performance. Also make sure you tune the checkinterval (pass the -i parameter to z2.py).

Stefan


--On Mittwoch, 22. Jšnner 2003 16:10 +0100 Ivo van der Wijk <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

No, except that the server is pretty heavy loaded sometimes, and multiple
threads should improve responsiveness (right?)

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Those who write software only for pay should go hurt some other field.
/Erik Naggum/

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