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[ale] Anyone here use Zope?



Christopher -

I have installed and run Zope on a 64MB P/200MMX.  I only just barely 
messed around with it, using the supplied Web server (which is writen in 
Python as well.)  I did drop some static content in just to play with, 
and I did manage to install and run the Squishdot Zope product (a 
work-alike of Slashcode).  

I gathered just enough understanding to know that someone who 
fundamentally understands Web technology, can handle Zope/RDBMS 
connectivity, and can code Python can make Zope a large part of their 
work and be able to whip out Web apps like a maniac.

The only other thing I have to add related to Zope is that I used 
Rational SiteLoad to find out at how many simultaneous users would a 
PIII/700 server running a content management system called OneWeb 
Advantage plus IIS on NT get itself into the weeds.  I created a user 
session that only navigated through static content on the site in order 
to not exercise MS SQL Server running on the same machine.  To my 
surprise, this server - a PIII/700, mind you - ran out of CPU at about 
40 users.  RAM was not an issue.  I set up SiteLoad to do something 
similar to my P/200 Zope box - just run around, hitting static content - 
and it merely burbled at 40 users.  

- Jeff

Christopher Bergeron wrote:

>I've been hearing a lot about it lately, and I'm wondering if anyone 'round
>here has used/uses it.  It looks very promising for web development, but I'd
>like some opinions before I dive into it.
>
>Anyone use it?  Suggestions / comments?
>-CB
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