What are the pros and cons of running Spyce via
mod_python versus proxying the Spyce webserver
through Apache (etc...)?
>From my somewhat dated knowledge of Spyce, mod_python
gives a bit better performance than using the Spyce
webserver, but using the latter allows you to do some
kind of persistent object/data sharing(?) that makes
certain tasks a lot easier...
Are there other pros/cons to note? Besides the somewhat
slower performance of the Spyce webserver (according to the
docs), are there really any major cons to the proxied Spyce
From: Jonathan Ellis <jonathan@ca...> - 2006-07-21 17:30:25
On Sat, 22 Jul 2006 01:26:56 +0800, "Andy Sy" <andy@...> said:
> What are the pros and cons of running Spyce via
> mod_python versus proxying the Spyce webserver
> through Apache (etc...)?
mod_python is less memory-efficient and does not work well with the
Spyce pool module, but it can take advantages of multiple CPUs (or
cores) better than the Spyce server can.
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