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[cfwheels] Re: Framework Execution Time bound4glory Wed May 27 17:00:48 2009

What kind of overhead did you think I meant? What is your total page
execution on a database intensive page? My typical total page
execution is around 200ms which only 1/5 of a second, should it be
less in production? .

On May 27, 1:39 pm, Per Djurner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> What?Are you sure you're running in production mode?!
> I'm running Wheels on a very database-intensive site with 2mil+ page views a
> day, if Wheels caused that kind of overhead I would notice... :)
> Send some more details and I'll have a look at what could be wrong.
> Thanks.
> On Wed, May 27, 2009 at 7:16 PM, bound4glory <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Though I realize the wheels framework is lightweight and gives
> > designers ease of use I have noticed if I write out all my queries
> > instead of using the model functions that I was able to shave off
> > 400ms in production mode. So for ease of use there is overhead
> > penalties. The nice thing about wheels is it's flexibility and writing
> > my own queries did not change my core code. I am a DB programmer and I
> > prefer to let my database optimize all query executions.
> > I am awaiting the day when wheels can call stored procedures.
> > Keep up the good work.
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