Stephan Richter wrote:
On Wednesday 12 October 2005 17:53, Nicola Larosa wrote:
I suggest to extend the approach by adding monitoring of the resident
memory occupied by the process, alongside the execution time. Zope 3 is a
rather huge beast, doing all the things it does.
Can this be *reliably* done on all platforms? In other words, is there a
*reliable* Python package that supports such features? If not, we can stop
discussing such a feature right now.
I think the only reliable way is to write a new python debugger.
For zodb objects, i was wondering if we could somehow size what's beeing
pickled, since it's just a buffer.
we could therefore measure the size of what's beeing serialized in a test.
that's a measure, but i wonder if it can tell something.
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