Is their any plugin/gem available to improve performance

Hi All,

I am having an ror application with ruby1.8.7 and rails2.3.5, the
performance of my application is not good enough. Is their any plugin or
gem available to improve the performance. Also I have already optimized
some of my code and db queries by optimizing the mysql query and by
adding
indexes, but those are not gave drastic change in the performance.

regards,
Loganathan

without knowing absolutely anything about your code, since you haven’t
told
us much, it sounds like you should either refactor your code to make it
efficient, or…

easier solution is to just get a faster server.

rails 3 does lazy loading so by definition that will cut down
dramatically
on your database calls. but then you’d have to upgrade your app, which
it
sounds like you don’t want to do.

there are gems to help you analyze where your slowdowns are happening.
you
can set the time to generate as a filter to find the slow pokes. it
might
be a very specific place in your app where you have inefficient calls…
hopefully.

cheers,
jordan

On Jan 17, 2012, at 2:41 AM, loganathan sellappa
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wrote:

Hi All,

I am having an ror application with ruby1.8.7 and rails2.3.5, the
performance of my application is not good enough. Is their any plugin or
gem available to improve the performance. Also I have already optimized
some of my code and db queries by optimizing the mysql query and by
adding
indexes, but those are not gave drastic change in the performance.

regards,
Loganathan


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On 17 January 2012 07:40, loganathan sellappa [email protected]
wrote:

Hi All,

I am having an ror application with ruby1.8.7 and rails2.3.5, the
performance of my application is not good enough. Is their any plugin or gem
available to improve the performance. Also I have already optimized some of
my code and db queries by optimizing the mysql query and by adding indexes,
but those are not gave drastic change in the performance.

Are you running the app in production mode? Performance will be
poorer in development mode.

Assuming that you are already in production mode the next thing to do
is identify where the bottlenecks in your app are, that should help in
determining what to do about it. Have a look at the Rails Guide on
Performance Testing which may help.

Colin

On Mon, Jan 16, 2012 at 11:40 PM, loganathan sellappa
[email protected] wrote:

I am having an ror application with ruby1.8.7 and rails2.3.5, the
performance of my application is not good enough. Is their any plugin or gem
available to improve the performance.

There are gems to analyze performance – which is what you need
to do first; probably the most widely used: NewRelic
(http://newrelic.com)

Good luck!

Hassan S. ------------------------ [email protected]
http://about.me/hassanschroeder
twitter: @hassan

On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 1:10 PM, loganathan sellappa <
[email protected]> wrote:

Hi
Use memcache it will improve the performance…

Loganathan S. wrote in post #1041252:

Hi All,

I am having an ror application with ruby1.8.7 and rails2.3.5, the
performance of my application is not good enough. Is their any plugin or
gem available to improve the performance. Also I have already optimized
some of my code and db queries by optimizing the mysql query and by
adding
indexes, but those are not gave drastic change in the performance.

regards,
Loganathan

Hi Logs,

You check your database mode whether in development or production,
Better you install Mongrel server, when compared to webrick it is some
what fast.

Thanks,
Deepika.

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