[Setup] Re-post as: "Why Plone 4.2.3 page-loads slow if server not working hard?

David Groos djgroos at gmail.com
Thu Feb 7 21:54:39 UTC 2013

Right, makes sense...  I'll put extra significance to that in my reading of
afore-mentioned pages.  I've tried to avoid having to deal with Varnish up
till now, but now may be the time.  Thanks for the info, Matt.

If anyone knows of a nice *current* presentation on Plone and Varnish
please post the links--Jon mentioned that some of the links he posted are
very good in general but not completely current.  For example I just found
this: http://weblog.kernelcode.com/2008/12/19/varnish-plone-caching/ which
I'm guessing was great 4 years ago but I wonder how much of that is
accurate at this point.


On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 11:26 AM, Matthew Wilkes <matthew at matthewwilkes.co.uk
> wrote:

> dgroos wrote:
>> Any recommendations for areas to investigate?  Things I could try?  Logs
>> to
>> check? I really want to use Plone with my students often, and I know I
>> can't
>> unless this nut can be cracked.
> I'd add to what's already been said and say that you really, really should
> be using a Varnish cache and plone.app.caching. If you've got thirty
> concurrent users then you're spending a lot of effort serving images, CSS
> and other static resources to your clients.
> Matt
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