[Moin-user] Re: XSLT (docbook) processing is very slow

David Cramer david at thingbag.net
Wed Feb 15 06:41:28 EST 2006

2.5 minutes doesn't sound normal. On my system, your test doc took maybe 
10 seconds for the first rendering. I believe (assume?) moinmoin caches 
that rendered version so subsequent viewings are fast. My system is: 2.8 
Ghz, Fedora Core 4, SystemInfo: Python Version    2.4.1 (#1, May 16 
2005, 15:19:29) [GCC 4.0.0 20050512 (Red Hat 4.0.0-5)] MoinMoin 
Version:  Release 1.5.2 [Revision release] 4Suite Version: 1.0b1).

There are setup instructions where you do make a local version of the 
xslts available at moinmoin.wikiwikiweb. I'd dig up the exact link, but 
it's not responding at the moment.


Alexander Schremmer wrote:

>On Wed, 15 Feb 2006 16:18:13 +1100, Giuseppe Scelsi wrote:
>>2.3.5.  After adding 4suite, docbook rendering works fine but it is
>>EXTREMELY SLOW (the example copied below takes 2.5 minutes to be
>>processed in my system.)
>This is to be expected. The DocBook style sheets are very complex. I talked 
>to an XML guru about this and he suggested trimming the DocBook 
>Furthermore, check that MoinMoin can create a caching file (a dump of the 
>parsed style sheets) by checking the directory permissions and the 
>configured paths in your configuration file. (cf. 
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