--On 12. Juli 2006 15:54:29 +0000 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Hi :)

I am to use Zope on a SMP machine which has 2 Xeon HT cpus (so 4 logical
processors). As far as I know Python is not multithreaded, so the full
potential of the server will not be used... How can I change that?

There is nothing you can change. One Zope instance or ZEO instance per CPU.

I was thinking about running a couple of identical instances connected
with ZEO and then using some load balancing between them.

THat's the standard way

Do you think
this is a good idea?

Why shouldn't that be a good idea?

How many instances should I use on a machine I have
described, four?

Since hyperthreaded CPUs share one real CPU you won't give much performance
over running four processes on two real CPUs...I haven't much performance improvements in using hyperthreading over using real CPUs.


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