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More Performance?
How-To Posted by 70South on Tuesday April 24, 10:38PM, 2001
from the Good problems to have... dept.
This is a problem I have been waiting and hoping to have ever since starting my Zope / Squishdot site sometime ago.

The Questions is: What tips can other webmasters of Squishdot sites offer to improve the performance of the site, particularly the page requests per second rate supported by Zope and Squishdot.

Please note that to reply to me directly you will have to remove the NOSPAM part from the email address :-)

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    Re: More Performance?
    by Darrick Wong on Thursday April 26, 05:52PM, 2001
    Either use HTTP cache in Zope 2.3, or at one point I had considered a local disk cache of all Squishdot articles in XML format, that way one could just interpose a script that would transform the raw article XML into a proper HTML page. But the HTTP cache seems faster. (then again Sablotron is slowwwww)
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    Re: More Performance?
    by Chris Withers on Sunday April 29, 06:39PM, 2001
    Darrick posted some good suggestions.

    I also want to look at making the search results bit faster. Someone suggested soem good ideas for that to me recently, now if I could only remember who and where :-S

    Chris
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    Re: More Performance?
    by Chris Withers on Wednesday May 09, 09:04AM, 2001
    Brendon,

    Give 1.1.0 a go, it should make the showSearchResults page and any other pages built on Squishdot searches a bit faster, as long as you don't use the 'internal' option.

    cheers,

    Chris
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