[Zope] Re: Speeding up Zope startup

Christopher Quinn cq@htec.demon.co.uk
Fri, 26 Jul 2002 15:59:16 +0100

No experience to speak of, but just having read the python tutorial, I=20
see mention of its ability to write out .pyc files alongside the .py,=20
and this compiled bytecode form yields faster startup times. If zope was =

installed for multi-users, the ownership probably does not allow for=20
such files to be written, although this does not trouble python.
So perhaps arranging for all .py files in the zope installation to be=20

- chris

Stephan G=F6ldi wrote:
> Am Fre, 2002-07-26 um 08.15 schrieb EvH:
>>Is anyone else running Zope on a Windows workstation (P3) and witnessin=
g a=20
>>good 30-s delay until Zope is up and running? BTW, I installed Zope on =
>>of my brother's PCs (a P2), and it's close to a minute...
> It is not of interest, if it is a P2 or a P3. How many MHz? How many
> RAM? I have Zope running on a P166 with 64MB RAM for demonstration only=

> (sic!) It starts the server in about 30 - 45 seconds. On our product
> servers (www.zopehosting.ch) restarting Zope takes about 5 seconds
> (Redhat, not micros~1.oft).
> We are speaking here of the starting of a server environment, not of
> micros~1.oft Word (which takes about the same time). So what is your
> problem?