The point of stream iterators is not the chunk size, but that they are handed to Medusa (ZServer) right away. As a result the Zope thread is immediately freed to serve new requests, while ZServer takes care of streaming the data to the client.


On 29. Sep 2006, at 15:14, Pascal Peregrina wrote:


I would like to know what is the use of implementing the
Zpublisher.Iterators.IStreamIterator on the object returned as the body of a
HTTP response.

As far as I could read the Zope code (Zserver, etc), this will make the
response data to be sent 64k at a time.

So will this improve performance/concurrency in any way for >64k data HTTP

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