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RE: A simple question

Subject: RE: A simple question
From: Oscar Gonzalez <oscar.gonzalez@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2000 08:27:31 +0200
oscar gonzalez
I don't understand your answer (it doesn't have answers!). Have you any
experience in XSLT in high-traffic (put 200hps) websites?



-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Tchistopolskii [mailto:paul@xxxxxxx]
Sent: sábado, 21 de octubre de 2000 4:08
To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: A simple question




> Do you think that use of XSLT transformations is suitable for
heavy-traffic
> sites?

What is "heavy-traffic"...  100-200 hps ? More ?

What is "suitable" ?  Is it "suitable" to be five - ten times as slow as 
static page ( could be more. I'm surprized with the overhead of 
some popular servlet engines ).

Well... I assume we are not going to go into too much 
non-XSLT detail so this means we should simplify some things. 
( I in fact I doubt there are 2 heavy-traffic websites using the 
same architecture ).

So if simplifying some things :

If you're not using caching : I think the answer should be "no".

If you are using caching ( even brutal one, like, for 
example, AxKit ) - I think the answer should be : "yes".

> Using which processor?

Does not really matter, I think.

Rgds.Paul.




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