[Zope-CMF] Re: [Plone-developers] Re: How many copies of plone are in memory?

Stefan H. Holek stefan at epy.co.at
Thu Jul 28 09:02:30 EDT 2005


This is how Zope works. You get one copy of every object per thread,  
and - for skin objects - per CMF/Plone instance. This has always been  
the case, so please excuse the lack of enthusiasm :-).

Additionally, nobody ever claimed that you could run Zope/Plone off  
your average hosting package, in fact you typically cannot. I am not  
willing to spend time on optimizing Zope or Plone for lame hosting  
arrangements, the solution is simple: Get a real computer.



On 28. Jul 2005, at 06:24, Dylan Jay wrote:

> No one cares about plone memory usuage?
> or am I just so far off track that its not worth speaking about?

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