[Zope] Re: Zope or Python blocking on select()
tseaver at zope.com
Tue Feb 8 08:12:40 EST 2005
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David Swift wrote:
| Running Zwiki 0.36 on Zope 2.7.4-0 on Python 2.4, glibc-2.3.4-3, kernel
| 2.4.22-nptl (fedora core 1).
Python 2.3.4 is the recommended, supported version of Python.
| Whenever we hit a ZWiki page, there is a delay of 8 seconds before the
| first page is sent. Subsequent objects for that request are sent in
| reasonable (i.e. sub-second) times. Every individual page request seems
| to cause this delay. I have tried all 3 ways of setting the
| LD_ASSUME_KERNEL variable, tried recompiling Python using the
| '--with-lib=' option for the different thread libraries, tried Python
| 2.3.3, and all this still gives the same result - a nasty 8 seconds delay.
It looks as though your delay is in communicating with a ZEO server --
the speedup after first load would be explained by the presence of the
object in the ZEO client cache.
| Has anyone else run into a delay like this? Is anyone using a similar
| kernel/Python/Zope combination successfully?
I run Zope 2.7.4 with ZEO (on the same machine) on FC1 without seeing
such issues, using a Python built for the purpose (I don't reuse
/usr/bin/python). I don't see such issues there.
Tres Seaver tseaver at zope.com
Zope Corporation "Zope Dealers" http://www.zope.com
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