[opencms-dev] Flexcache counters

Tim Daschner timd at thedoleco.com
Wed Mar 17 05:23:39 CET 2010


those are strong words. But I take your word that those must surely be bad
ideas for the world you are in. in general, a web request to your server is
not exactly a bad idea. in general network is cheap and fast. again, in
general, client side technology is also capable of javascript/ajax and such.
so i dont see that as a bad idea in general.


On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 5:58 AM, Roman Uhlig Maxity.de <roman.uhlig at maxity.de
> wrote:

>
> In your suggestion the Ajax is client sided, so every Ajax call creates an
> additional request, thus doubling the requests to your server. Bad idea.
>
> I'd stay pure server sided, e.g. with an application bean or something
> similar.
>
> Roman
>
>
> ________________________________
>
> Von: opencms-dev-bounces at opencms.org [mailto:
> opencms-dev-bounces at opencms.org] Im Auftrag von Tim Daschner
> Gesendet: Freitag, 26. Februar 2010 05:35
> An: The OpenCms mailing list
> Betreff: Re: [opencms-dev] Flexcache counters
>
>
> would an ajax call from your html to a servlet work? that servlet could
> count hits to your page and update the html too. just an idea.. i would say
> the code would be trivial too.
>
>
> On Tue, Feb 23, 2010 at 9:04 AM, Roman Uhlig Maxity.de <
> roman.uhlig at maxity.de> wrote:
>
>
>
>        > find someone who will implement  this
>
>
>        Hmmm, my planner says NO. ;)
>
>        But I'll put it on my open source TODO list, maybe there's an
> unexpected gap between projects. *hope springs eternal*
>
>
>        Roman
>
>
>        -----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
>        Von: opencms-dev-bounces at opencms.org [mailto:
> opencms-dev-bounces at opencms.org] Im Auftrag von Achim Westermann
>
>        Gesendet: Dienstag, 23. Februar 2010 15:21
>
>        An: The OpenCms mailing list
>        Betreff: Re: [opencms-dev] Flexcache counters
>
>
>        Hi Roman,
>
>        > Tho plain storage of resource access counters in a database would
> not work with OpenCms pages with high load in terms of performance (1 insert
> per hit).
>
>        hmmm doubts!
>        In a clean website with optimal caching the idea is that those
> insers would only happen for each variation in the cache. OK after something
>        is published that will happen all over again.
>
>        > I.e. we've developed an application bean for that, which collects
> these data, processes and consolidates them and stores them as bulk data in
> a database. Still creates about 20 GB of data per year. ;)
>
>        OK, then lets add that requirement too and continue to find someone
> who will implement  this for the benefit of being a hero!
>
>        kind regards,
>
>        Achim
>
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