On Wed, 07 Dec 2005 01:39:37 -0800, Chris Withers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Dieter Maurer wrote:
The original poster explained his wish to retain FCGI:
   It reuses an existing connection between Apache and Zope
  while (he thinks and I might believe it) the recommended
  "mod_proxy" way each time opens a new connection.
   Thus, FastCGI might be more efficient.


Show me some evidence proving that fcgi or mod_proxy is the significant limiting performance factor in a setup involving zope and I'll take this seriously ;-)

FWIW, we did some rudimentary benchmarking with Zope + Apache using mod_proxy vs. Zope + FastCGI + lighttpd (a very fast and lightweight web server). There was no difference in performance since Zope is so slow in the first place - so it didn't make any difference.

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