[Typo3] Publishing as static HTML ?

Xander Damen xander at roquin.nl
Wed Jul 27 09:22:10 CEST 2005

I believe the speed also depends on the version of mysql the server is 
using... I have seen pages (non-typo3) go from 8 to 0.43 the second time the 
page was called with a mysql version that supports query caching

"Dmitry Dulepov" <typo3 at fm-world.ru> wrote in message 
news:mailman.1.1122445153.31994.typo3-english at lists.netfielders.de...
> Hi!
> This is quite easy to solve :) Install Turck mmCache (or its successor
> named eAccelerator).
> I have a page on one site that contains four USER_INT objects. Normally,
> it takes about 7 seconds (!!!) to render one this page. These objects
> really do a lot of work but cannot be cached (they generate new
> information each time). Surely, 7 seconds was not acceptable at all.
> I installed mmcache and got...less than a second for the same page (all
> tim,es measured with admin panel)!
> mmcache is the most advanced compiler/optimizer/accelerator for PHP. It
> easily beats even Zend's own optimizer. And - interesting fact - the
> author of mmcache was hired by Zend some time ago.
> Install mmcache and you will get a great performance from typo3. Mmcache
> is compatible with Zend optimizer, they can be used together.
> Dmitry.
> Ries van Twisk wrote:
>> Bart Veldhuizen wrote:
>> On our current server typo3 does between 6 and 10 pages/sec :((
>> Appart from that I love typo3...

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