[Seaside] Seaside redirects, really?
norbert at hartl.name
Mon Oct 3 19:46:44 UTC 2011
Am 03.10.2011 um 14:42 schrieb Sebastian Sastre:
> ok, for you a ~20-40% improvement in response times isn't an incentive appealing to do anything about it.
how did you measure those numbers? Did you have keep-alive active?
With keep-alive there is only little more that is happening when doing this redirect scenario. One of the biggest latency factors is initiating a TCP connection. Most pages load quite a few images and such in parallel (today it is 4 concurrent connections or more). From that point the textual transfer of the form and the response shouldn't matter that much. With keep-alive especially that redirect scenario should be well supported. For everything else you need HTTP pipelining which is unfortunately still not used in todays browsers.
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