Yes... But I'm looking for more specific answers about how to create
the affinity between 1 of the zope processes and the CPU n.2, for
example...
How to make that a permanent choice?

Cheers
Hugo



On 3/15/06, Max M <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hugo Ramos wrote:
> > Yellow,
> >
> > I'm using Zope+Apache on a 4 xeon's/4GB ram machine running Debian.
> > I've noticed that the CPU's never go beyond 30% top occupation... but
> > on rush hours the site takes too long to load...
> >
> > I've been reading about process affinity and how it could speed up
> > everything by making zope run on 1 CPU, Apache on another and so on...
> >
> > Has any1 tried this before? Can you point me to some documentation?
> > What's your experience? is it true that not doing this the 4 cpu's
> > will not be 100% used?
>
> You can set up zope with zeo and then assign 3 zeo clients on different
> processors that shares the zeo server.
>
> That should get you a lot of the way.
>
>
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