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From "Stewart, Gary" <>
Subject RE: Performance and Sitemaps
Date Mon, 14 Aug 2006 09:22:29 GMT

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ard Schrijvers []
> Sent: 26 July 2006 15:56
> To:
> Subject: RE: Performance and Sitemaps
> Anyway, I don't use profilers to find my slow pieces. I do it 
> from a 10.000 kilometers above view. In my opinion this works 
> best. I record a page request with solex (eclipse plugin) and 
> count the time it takes to get the file again (after a clear 
> cache or before, just what you want to measuer). Then, I 
> start commenting sitemap parts. Within 30 sec you will find 
> any performance flaw, guaranteed.
> Then, I don't know what you consider slow. Are you talking 
> about slow the first time, slow when cached? Slow = 2 sec or 200 ms? 

Sorry about it taking me so long to reply. I thought I'd experiment more first to come back
with a better answer and then I seemed to have saved this as a draft.

Slow was about 7 seconds for a response. It turns out that it was a very poor query on the
database (that then returns XML to the cocoon pipe). I've worked on speeding that up and the
rest of the pipe seems fine. Thanks for the advice; I replaced the generator on the sitemap
with a dummy one and it showed the flaw from a 10.000 kilometer view :D.

Thanks again,


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