Erik Enge wrote:
> [J. Atwood]
> | Umm.. what makes you say it is slow? It popped up just as fast as
> | Microsoft.com and Apple.com this morning (with each page after even
> | faster).
> It _was_ slow.
The main problem is that *nothing* on zope.org is cacheable. Therefore,
any intermittent slowdown between you & codeit is going to hurt.
Short term, we will soon have a mirror of zope.org, which should reduce
the possibility of slowdown.
At some point in the future, there'll be more fine-grained caching
availiable, at which time all the pages that can be cached will be,
which should speed up Zope.org's percieved performance.
> | Might be your connection. Certainly not slow from here (NYC, DSL)
> No. I check a zillion other sites; they were fast and responsive.
> The Zope.org site is back up again now. At one point, just before it
> came back to life, it reported a Proxy error.
Zope fell over and died due to a database error. We're beginning to
suspect that there may be hardware issues. We'll keep this list (or
zope-web) posted on the details.
ethan mindlace fremen
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