[Zope] Profiling / Speed Optimizations

Chris McDonough chrism@zope.com
Tue, 30 Oct 2001 20:31:54 -0500

Hi Danny,

You can try to use the requestprofiler.py script in the Zope utilities 
directory against a "big M" log (a log created by using the -M switch to 
z2.py) to analyze performance for a period of time.

- C

Danny William Adair wrote:
> Hi!
> Is there an easy way to run something like a profiler through my site? The 
> site has grown to a rather big and complex monster. Now I'm trying to do some 
> optimizations. Apart from what I can _see_ (damn, that article is rendering 
> slowly...), I would like to have stats on how time-consuming the different 
> "parts" are. I was thinking of writing a little script that accesses every 
> object in the ZODB and keeps track of the response times. This seems a bit 
> clumsy, though, and reveals only very basic info. Is there something around, 
> zope-specific, or maybe some other tool?
> Thank you very much in advance,
> Danny
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