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From CFAS Webmaster <webmas...@cfas.org>
Subject Re: Performance in views
Date Fri, 07 Oct 2005 01:52:40 GMT
Here's a second try...

Tigris skin:
Part 1: http://forrest.pastebin.com/385730
Part 2: http://forrest.pastebin.com/385731

Views:
Part 1: http://forrest.pastebin.com/385761
Part 2: http://forrest.pastebin.com/385762

However, my "feeling" that pages were being processed about 4 times 
appears not to be the case.  I guess that means that there's something 
taking a lot longer to process with views than with tigris, or that 
there's a lot more stuff being generated...

-Paul

CFAS Webmaster wrote:

> Sorry, I royally messed up on posting to pastebin...  I'll post it 
> again and send the links...
>
> By the way, do we use http://forrest.pastebin.com or something like 
> it?  It can give us a semi-private posting area outside of the main page.
>
> -Paul
>
> David Crossley wrote:
>
>> CFAS Webmaster wrote:
>>  
>>
>>> If anyone is interested, I have posted a complete log of the views & 
>>> pelt build so everyone can see how many times various pages are 
>>> compiled...
>>>
>>> Views: http://pastebin.com/385671 (**Huge**) & ~30 minutes
>>> Pelt: http://pastebin.com/385673 ~4 minutes...
>>>
>>> While the sites aren't *exactly* the same, they are the same except 
>>> for the index page which was rearranged.  All other content is 
>>> synchronized by SVN.
>>>   
>>
>>
>> I have only looked at the "pelt" build so far
>> and i see that you suffer from a similar problem
>> to what we had with the Forrest/site-author/ site.
>> e.g.
>> ---------
>> ...
>> 798: * [238/166] [0/40]    0.301s 9.4Kb   /about.html
>> ...
>> 1290: * [440/124] [0/40]    0.232s 9.4Kb   about.html
>> ...
>> ---------
>>
>> http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FOR-677
>> "leading slash in gathered URIs causes double the number of links to 
>> be processed"
>>
>> If you can fix that problem first, then the issues
>> with "views" might be isolated to something else.
>>
>> Also, not that it matters with this, but you are not
>> using the "pelt" skin but the old "tigris" instead.
>>
>> -David
>>  
>>

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