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From Stuart Roebuck <>
Subject Re: Cocoon performance tuning
Date Tue, 10 Dec 2002 12:47:00 GMT
On Tuesday, December 10, 2002, at 11:32  am, Steven Noels wrote:

> Konstantin Piroumian wrote:
>> What about predefined configuration modes: development and  
>> production? This
>> can be done using two separate config file sets and be switched using  
>> a -D
>> startup option or an application init parameter.
> Beats me ATM - if you can provide me with some more hints, I could do  
> it that way for 2.1/HEAD.
> I will hardcode it in the 2.0.4 branch, however - maybe we can do a  
> silent re-release then?

I have moved over to using 2.0.4 and have hit a number of issues with  
the release.  If there is a (relatively) 'silent' re-release then I  
think there are a number of performance related issues that would be  
worth including.  Particularly given that that this fundamentally *the*  
Cocoon release at the moment.

I'm still checking things a little before I raise the issues, but so  
far my two points are:

1. Bug ID 12915 and the work-around in 2.0.4 mean that static image  
files are not cached by browsers, leading to significant performance  
issues compared with 2.0.3. see:

2. In 2.0.3 (or thereabouts!) we used to get lots of ERROR level errors  
with broken pipes when users disconnected before fully receiving a  
response.  This was a problem in itself.  In 2.0.4 these same errors  
appears to be labelled FATAL.  I need to do some further checking here  
to make sure this isn't a failure of our own code, but initial  
examination would indicate that it isn't.


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