On Thursday 12 February 2004 01:23, Casey Duncan wrote: > What kinds of requests are these? Do they all require a dynamic output? > If not, then you should put better caching in front of Zope, or at a > minimum tweak you caching headers so that some could be served as 304s > for instance. > > If they are all dynamic, how dynamic? How different is the page for one > session than another? If much of the page is the same then you might > benefit from an ESI approach where you cache parts of pages and assemble > them in the cache, serving only small pieces from Zope. > > I'm a bit surprised that you have not (from what I can see), used the > most common Zope speedup (and often the cheapest overall): Buy more > hardware and use ZEO.
I was going to suggest these things too. And a bunch of other stuff. A while ago, I wrote a page about making Zope go faster - it might help. http://zope.org/Members/richard/docs/zope_optimisation.html Richard
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