Subject: [boost] [trac] Performance for last week?
From: Rene Rivera (grafikrobot_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-12-06 17:59:03
First after disabling the trac source browser for most of the week
here's the new breakdown of the top ten sections the web server spent
time on (including www.boost.org):
total_time = 319654701.643986
43.88 140251178.52 /svn
43.88 140251171.39 /svn/boost
42.47 135748391.81 /svn/boost/!svn
40.86 130621926.05 /svn/boost/!svn/vcc
40.86 130621926.05 /svn/boost/!svn/vcc/default
27.50 87894354.72 /trac
26.23 83846699.34 /trac/boost
14.81 47331832.95 /doc
14.26 45569562.87 /doc/libs
10.90 34846318.37 /style-v2
As you can see trac is no longer at the top of the list. And SVN is
taking up almost half the time. Which is to be expected since many SVN
interactions take considerable clock time to complete as data is sent to
So big questions with respect to last week:
* Is trac performance to an "acceptable" point?
* Do you miss the trac source browser, and desperately want it back?
And now regarding SPAM.. I did some updates of the spam modules that
improve overall performance, the dns sub-module was know to cause global
trac delays. I was hoping to introduce CAPTCHAs with the updates.. But
there was a problem with the one I got yesterday. I'll try a new update
tonight and hopefully we can really cut down on the spam once and for
PS. No I haven't looked at what, if anything, needs to get done to
reduce the svn times.
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