Saturday, January 31, 2015

Re: Do Signals block Django process?

Thanks for the info about django-debug-toolbar. I will certainly test it. I assume that I do a quite a lot of slow queries, but during development I run with a very reduced dataset, so my database (sqlite too instead of mysql) only contains a couple of hundred entries whereas in deployment it will be 10.000+.

Still hopefully I can get some estimates which queries take how long to finish right now and optimize those.

And in a 2nd stage I need some kind of tool to simulate multiple users login in and filling out forms on the site to see how it behaves. I found a couple of names using google, however I still have to settle for one tool that is still maintained and well documented. Any recommendations in that area are welcome.

On Saturday, January 31, 2015 at 1:57:55 AM UTC+1, Tundebabzy wrote:

The view will return after the receiver has finished its work. But are you doing any slow queries? I ask because you might be over engineering your work.

A good place to start is to benchmark your queries using a tool like django-debug-toolbar. With that you can know exactly how long it takes one user to query your database and then use that to estimate for more users.

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