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From (Karsten Rolfs)
Date Thu, 25 Jan 2001 17:41:39 GMT
Sounds like the problem I had. 

XML/XSL is working fine with few datas, but when the XML file is big, it
is really slow. To parse and process a XML file (size around 1-2 meg) it
takes up to 30 seconds, so I am now using JSP (Tomcat) and SAX for XML
parsing. The times for that are between <100 and 500 ms on a high
traffic webserver.


> Marco Spinetti wrote:
> Hi all,
> my question is how I can increase my system performances. I have built
> a multiterminal Xml portal based on Cocoon: in the service of meteo
> forecasts for every request my system uses 1,6 second: using the
> Profiler.xml file I found out that this time is so subdivided:
> 36 ms (org-apache-cocoon-producer-ProducerFromFile)
> 408 ms (org.apache.cocoon.processor.xsp.XSPProcessor)
> 938 ms (org.apache.cocoon.processor.xslt.XSLTProcessor-1)
> 247 ms (org-apache-cocoon-formatter-HTMLFormatter)
> 54 ms (Outputting)
> These data are terrible for a site that go in production: my boss has
> asked me to increase the performances. How can I do? I use Cocoon 1.8,
> Jakarta Tomcat Servlet Engine, the XSLT Xalan processor and the Xerces
> parser: using XT do I improve the performances?
> Please help me
> Marco

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