IIS + ASP + <#@Language=Python#>== performance_hit
sholden at bellatlantic.net
Fri Feb 25 09:48:51 EST 2000
As a matter of interest, is there any functional difference between
as used by John, and expected according to all ASP materials I have seen, and
as used by tom in his original post?
John Nielsen wrote:
> Maybe it is a version issue?
> What version of python are they running?
> I get sub 1 second responses with ASP and python using the
> <%@ LANGUAGE = Python%> directive.
> In article <MPG.131f73d4f6fe880e98969a at news.nettally.com>,
> Tom Funk <no_spam_tdfunk at nettally.com_spam_sux> wrote:
> > A similar thread started here a few weeks ago, then seemed to die.
> > was no definitive answer, though.
> > I've noticed a *definite* performance hit from my ISP when their IIS
> > server delivers pages containing <#@Language=Python#>. There seems to
> > a consistent 7-8 second delay while serving such pages. Pages that
> > the same fate.
> > I tested with an ASP page that looks like this:
> > <#@Language=Python#>
> > <html>
> > <head>
> > <body>
> > <p>This is a test
> > </body>
> > </html>
> > This page should load nearly instantaneously. However, using Python
> > @Language causes a consistent 7-8 second delay. There's no
> > completely.
> > A previous suggestion was to change the default language for the site
> > actually work? If not, does anyone have any other suggestions? Could
> > some portion of the Python run-time be recompiling on each call (i.e.,
> > IUSR_COMPUTERNAME doesn't have write access to a directory on
> > and the .pyc files are never created)?
> > My ISP tends to be slow to respond to requests, so before I ask them
> > monkey around with my site's IIS settings, I'd like to know if what
> > asking for will actually work.
> > Thanks in advance.
> > -=< tom >=-
> > Thomas D. Funk | "Software is the
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