I'm heading that way... I have been reading CacheFu does not support yet Five
Views, but there's a roadmap (http://plone.org/products/cachefu/roadmap/6).
I'm willing to help with that, but I have talked yet to the rest of the
participants. However, I have a deadline for this App, I have proposed
several in-house caching mechanisms, just for now...
Thanks and best regards,
J Cameron Cooper-8 wrote:
> Manuel Vázquez Acosta wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I've been asked to deploy a Plone App which must satisfy a load of at
>> least 1200
>> users over 8 min.
>> I have tested a fresh Plone 2.5.3 with Zope 2.9.7, plus Squid + CacheFu
>> 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.
> My first guess would be that the cache setup need to be configured to
> work with your application. CacheFu knows about the default setup, but
> not about a custom application. It may therefore not be caching, or be
> caching inappropriately.
> I think examining the response headers is the best way to determine this.
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