I am setting up sites using Plone and am concerned to read some of the
comments on it. Is it really that bad performance wise? I'm using
CMFMember also-why is it 'apalling'?
On 9/2/05, N.Davis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Chris Withers wrote:
> > Andrew Sawyers wrote:
> >> Did Matt indicate if he was running multiple zeo app servers? It
> >> might help
> >> to be spreading the load. 1,0000 writes a day is not outrageous....
> > Yes, but he's using Plone, which implies not only all of the CMF
> > reindexing overhead, but also all the AT and Plone layers on top. That
> > could get even worse if he's gone to town with a workflow tool or is
> > using any of the truly appalling Plone addons, such as CMFMember,
> > CMFForum, etc...
> > cheers,
> > Chris
> This sounds like the classic abstraction vs performance debate. In the
> late 80s some people criticised C++ and OOP versus C for the same reasons.
> Might it not be better, rather than telling people not to use Plone +
> add-ons for this reason, to just push for across the board performance
> improvements, which means removing bottlenecks in Plone, Archetypes,
> specific Products, as well as the underlying Zope/CMF ? Also some of the
> products you are talking about may be somewhat immature and you know
> what they say, don't do premature optimisation, do logic first,
> performance tune later.
> What you describe as "appalling" might perhaps be able to be performance
> BTW CPSSkins is another performance hit. Would you care to list the
> worst culprits? ;-)
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