[Chicago] Drupal equivalent?
David Durham, Jr.
david.durham.jr at gmail.com
Thu Oct 30 15:46:46 CET 2008
On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 6:58 AM, Erion Omeri <erion.omeri at gmail.com> wrote:
> Plone works great and easy to set up out of the box with default
> settings. Getting it to work nice with Squid the caching service, load
Have you looked at varnish?
>From the FAQ:
Why bother with Varnish - why not use Squid?
Varnish was written from the ground up to be a high performance
caching reverse proxy. Squid is a forward proxy that can be configured
as a reverse proxy. Besides - Squid is rather old and designed like
computer programs were supposed to be designed in 1980. Please see
ArchitectNotes for details.
So what happens with squids elaborate memory management is that it
gets into fights with the kernels elaborate memory management, and
like any civil war, that never gets anything done.
> I overall I would still recommend Plone to anyone for its power and
> extendability. http://www.plone.org
I can also recommend Plone. I actually use repoze.plone, which was a
breeze to setup for both dev and prod. In dev I use paster and
mod_wsgi in prod.
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