Here at DC we recently had a "jam session" discussion on caching.  I
don't think anything "hard" came out of it, we just tossed around some

DC has several current contract customers who are going to need high
speed pretty badly.  Of course, they're also going to be using ZEO,
which negates some of the need for speed by distributing the load over
several boxes.  But if that doesn't do the trick, in addition to the
already existing caching stuff in DTML, I'd imagine DC is going to need
to build some HTML-page-level caching into Zope soon.  More specifics I
can't give, it's jammed into the (already very crowded) "nebulous things
we should be working on".  Sounds sort of like fun though.

I haven't used CachePool... gad, it's hard to keep up.

In addition to caching, have you considered trying to use ZEO over a few

"Bak @ kedai" wrote:
> hi good people
> i've been using zope for quite some time now.  everything has been great; zope,
> the mailinglist, products are great!
> <rant>
> i want to serve a dynamic site and zope fits the bill.  now, i think i want to have
> some of the dynamic methods cached, so as to reduce the cpu cycles on my server.
> y'see, the site has slowly bogged down as the number of users increase(dwhich is
> good, the users increase :)) and cpu cycles processing user requests have
> increased.  i'm not too sure (being a newbie) whether all my methods contribute
> to the consumption of cpu cycles.
> caching.  yes, i've tried putting cache headers on my docs, but it  seems that
> ie do not honor the headers, or maybe i put it wrongly.  ie(4.x and 5.x) kept
> showing the cached version of my pages, even after clearing the local cache.
> only deleting the temp files solved the problem.  i had no bad behaviour from
> netscape.
> also tried ZCache, but according to the product author, better wait for the
> next version.  so, i'm waiting.
> meanwhile, i've tried Cache Pool, and it looks good.  i have yet to test the
> effectiveness of Cache Pool, but it looks as if the page loads faster now.
> </rant>
> the point is this:
> will zope ever have a method cacheing modules/object in the future?  for i think 
>zope can be faster if he/she/it have this built in.
> just a thought.  what say you guys?  how do you guys tackle this?
> thanks
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