On Monday, March 1, 2004, at 02:43 PM, Dieter Maurer wrote:
In order to reduce memory consumption and decouple Zope from ZServer (and the response delivery), a large file is spooled via a temporary.
This means, that the file content is read from ZODB, stored in a temporary file and then delivered from this temporary file.
At least, when your client has a high bandwidth to your server, this serving through a temporary file is a waste.
I found that putting my /var partition (the default place for zope's temp files) on a very fast SCSI disk with plenty of space (GB's) improved the situation tremendously....
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