www.trouble.co.uk is suposed to get about 1M hits a day. For others check
out: http://weblogs.userland.com/zopeNewbies/zopesites/


..... Jason C. Leach
... University College of the Cariboo.

On Sun, 5 Nov 2000, Tiago Antão wrote:

> Hi!
> On Thu, 2 Nov 2000, Bill Anderson wrote:
> bill.a> >   The question is: Is zope up to this?
> bill.a> 
> bill.a> Depends, would your site(s) be read-intensive, or write-intensive?
>   We still don't know because the system now in production does not allow
> the same order of magnitude of dynamic content. But we're almost sure
> it'll remain read-intensive.
> bill.a> If you have the hardware:
> bill.a>  o a dedicated SQL server to hold member authentication data
>   We've Oracle as the backend.
> bill.a>  o a dedicated ZSS, or two running in failover
> bill.a>  o multiple ZEO Clients to support end-users, preferably behind
> bill.a>    some Linux Virtual Server failover/load balancing setups
>   We've a High Availability architecture with more that 10 machines, a
> raid box, etc... We're thinking precisely in ZEO...
> bill.a> That should be able to handle pretty much what you describe with ease.
>  BTW, Do you know of any site with more than 100000 registered users and
> lots of hits using zope?
> Best regards,
> Tiago

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