[Catalog-sig] Upgrading infrastructure
richardjones at optushome.com.au
Thu Jun 17 18:15:54 EDT 2004
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On Thursday 17 Jun 2004 02:51, Ian Bicking wrote:
> I also noticed in those comments a note on Postgres, and that it still
> needed to be installed, and who knows when that would happen...
It needs someone with time enough to install it.
> Would it be suffient just to move to a threaded, long-running model
> instead of CGI? For all its flaws (in a highly concurrent environment),
> I suspect SQLite probably wouldn't be so bad once the CGI overhead is
> gone, and the CGI overhead will be significant even if Postgres is in
> Thoughts on what to use?
I was thinking about investigating Quixote. I've just not had the time to look
> Static generation of a few key files would also be helpful (like the RSS
This was done as soon as I realised that some idiots out there have their RSS
feed readers set to poll every minute. It still goes through the cgi
interface, but doesn't require opening the database.
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