The Plone App is an Intranet for a customer of my employer that builds upon
CMFPlone, but most of its interface is based on Five Views. So we need
caching those.

Thanks for the tip. I will try ZopeProfiler right away.

Best regards,
Manuel.



Dieter Maurer wrote:
> 
> Manuel Vázquez Acosta wrote at 2007-6-21 14:16 +0000:
>> ...
>>I have tested a fresh Plone 2.5.3 with Zope 2.9.7, plus Squid + CacheFu
and
>>everything went just fine. The laptop didn't even notice such a load.
>>
>>But, when I installed the Plone App, even much smaller load didn't pass
the test.
> 
> What is the "Plone App"?
> 
> Use a profiler (e.g. "ZopeProfiler") to obtain a timing profile.
> It will tell you where time is spent for.
> 
> 
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