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can geeklog handle big stuff?


paul

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Hi

I'm trawling trhough CMSs to research what will be the right framework/platform/CMS for a project which I hope will end up large.

So far I have experience with Drupal, Joomla and Wordpress.

I am possibly interested in webGUI and some others.

What I really want to know is how well a CMS handles big numbers, lots of concurrent users, that kind of tihng.

For instance
would a geeklog site handle 100 million pageviews a month?

thanks for any guidance

Paul
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Dirk

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You may have heard of Groklaw. They do seem to survive the occasional slashdotting quite nicely.

And MacFixIt had over 250.000 registered users last I asked (and that was a while ago).

Of course if you're dealing with such huge amount of users and traffic, you need a decent webserver in any case. But Geeklog itself seems to play along nicely.

bye, Dirk
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Paul

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thanks Dirk - will check out your recommendations.
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beewee

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Here is another thread about it. And yes: Geeklog can handle big stuff....
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