Thanks for all the replies...

So I will continue to investigate this for my specific object responses,
because I like what Stefan says (the Zope thread being freed earlier,
meaning that next waiting request will be accepted earlier, etc). This
should improve a little concurrency.

Currently my product was sending the whole HTML code of the page as a


> De : Dieter Maurer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Date : Fri, 29 Sep 2006 19:29:39 +0200
> À : Pascal Peregrina <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Cc : "" <>
> Objet : Re: [Zope] HTTPResponse
> Pascal Peregrina wrote at 2006-9-29 15:14 +0200:
>> 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
>> responses?
> The alternative to returning a stream iterator is to use "response.write"
> (or to return the file content as a string which takes quite a bit of RAM
> for large files). If the response length is sufficiently high,
> then "response.write" will work with an intermediate temporary file.
> This temporary file can be optimized out when you return a stream iterator.
> -- 
> Dieter

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