Not positive, but I think if you were to switch to "Dynamic" session store,
then it won't load the sessions from disk at startup, but instead will leave
them in files and load them into memory only as needed. So that might speed
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Aaron Held [mailto:aaron@...]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2002 9:50 AM
> To: webware-discuss@...;
> Subject: [Webware-discuss] Webware takes a long time to load
> I have a production webware site that I shut down once a month
> for some maintainence on the database site.
> The startups are taking a very long time.
> Turns out that the delay is the system taking time to reload the
> session data that it previously saved to disk. I have anywhere
> from 1-20 sessions and they can be holding 120 k each. (During
> runtime I use memory sessions and its pretty quick)
> This was a really frustrating bug and I spent a lot of time
> looking at the __init__.py of my context since the last message
> on the console was "loading context"
> It would be great to have a another console message saying
> "restoring sessions...."
> -Aaron Held
> On a side note I'm doing another project using postnuke, a PHP
> CMS "slashdot" system. After working with webware I forgot how
> much fun it was to look through dozens of php files all over the
> filesystem to find the one variable or function I need.
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