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From "Hunsberger, Peter" <Peter.Hunsber...@stjude.org>
Subject RE: benchmarking Cocoon?
Date Mon, 21 Apr 2003 16:15:20 GMT
Andrew C. Oliver <acoliver@apache.org> wrote: 

<snip>
> 
> The question isn't whether something is the right technology, 
> but is it the right technology for you and your problem.  
> This isn't a car.  Its not really analogous.  The laws of 
> physics do not apply to software at this level.  There is no 
> silver bullet.
> 
> But what do I know?
> 
> -Andy

Well since we're bouncing around car analogies maybe we should return to my
old answer on Cocoon vs. JSP/Servlet performance:

http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=xml-cocoon-users&m=102319790400476&w=2

:-)

> 
> On 4/19/03 5:30 PM, "Argyn" <akuketayev@cox.net> wrote:
> 
> > Look, when I buy a car I know that 100hp for a family sedan 
> with auto 
> > transmission is "not enough for me". There are many other things 
> > involved, handling, steering, etc. But this horsepower 
> thing (whatever 
> > it means) is a strong marketing argument. Do you think I 
> know how they 
> > measure it? I've no clue. I even suspect that it has nothing to do 
> > with real horses. And even if it had, I've no clue how much 
> power has 
> > a horse. Normal horse, besides there are hundreds of breeds of 
> > horses... The point is that people ask this question "Is 
> Cocoon fast". 
> > I've been asked it many times. The must be an answer. I should say 
> > "Here's the benchmark. Run it on your hardware, and give me 
> a break, 
> > please".
> > 

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