bugGNU FM - Bugs: bug #26421, Journal RSS is not cached.


bug #26421: Journal RSS is not cached.

Submitted by:  Toby Inkster <tobyink>
Submitted on:  Sat May 2 11:02:21 2009  
Category: nixtape/alphaSeverity: 2 - Minor
Item Group: NoneStatus: None
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Sat May 2 19:41:02 2009, comment #2:

A PHP accelerator will not make much difference - they only cache the compiled PHP code. With an accelerator, the code is still executed every time the page is requested. It is the execution which is slow (because it makes an HTTP request to a third-party server), not the compilation.

Toby Inkster <tobyink>
Project Member
Sat May 2 18:02:06 2009, comment #1:

We can use PHP Accelerator.
It's open source and works quite well.


Not Available <piotrszulawski>
Sat May 2 11:02:21 2009, original submission:

user-journal.php re-fetches the user's RSS feed every time it is called. This is somewhat wasteful. Would be great to implement HTTP caching.

Toby Inkster <tobyink>
Project Member


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