[Server-devel] [IIAB] Internet-in-a-Box speed profiling tips on different CPUs?
braddock at braddock.com
Mon Jun 9 00:58:08 EDT 2014
I should note, there was in the past a severe performance issue with
Internet-in-a-box when running as a WSGI service as configured by XSCE, at
least when running on the XO's. Speed for even static pages like serving
up the main IIAB menu were very slow, as compared to running the IIAB as a
stand alone web server (with iiab-server).
None of us got to the bottom of what was going on. I don't know that the
issue has ever been resolved on XSCE deployments.
On Sun, Jun 8, 2014 at 3:46 PM, Braddock <braddock at braddock.com> wrote:
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> On 06/06/2014 11:18 PM, Adam Holt wrote:
> > As RichardS & GeorgeH valiantly get up to speed clocking
> > Internet-in-a-Box bottlenecks on side-by-side school servers like
> > Nepal's MSI DC111 (Celeron 1.8GHz, 2GB RAM) and faster, with many
> > developing world deployments worldwide itching to follow -- who
> > has intuition what they should test/compare first?
> The most intense Internet-in-a-Box features are Gutenberg search and
> wikipedia search. Those are probably the performance pain points in
> - -braddock
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