Optimize Django

I have a problem with the speed of page loading.

Now it takes about 7 seconds to load the pages and 2~3 seconds is Django processing.

Obvious thing to blame is my lack of knowledge of architecture, execute average 50 queries, as shown by "Django debug tool bar" when accessing the pages but most of the queries are like "yesterday`s snapshot(group by something)" or "daily snapshot(group by something) before yesterday" and doesn't have to be updated each time.

I am coming out of idea using memory caching or create new table for prepare-possible type of data.

Is there any convention or Design Pattern for this kind of issue?

sample queries are these( I believe they must not query each time on yesterdays data or last month`s data):

SELECT `sample_salestarget`.`id`, `sample_salestarget`.`country_id`,                    `sample_salestarget`.`year`, `sample_salestarget`.`month`, `sample_salestarget`.`sales`  FROM `sample_salestarget` WHERE (`sample_salestarget`.`country_id` = "abc" AND `sample_salestarget`.`month` = 8 AND `sample_salestarget`.`year` = 2012 )

SELECT `sample_dailysummary`.`id`, `sample_dailysummary`.`country_id`, `sample_dailysummary`.`date`, `sample_dailysummary`.`pv_day`, `sample_dailysummary`.`pv_week`, `sample_dailysummary`.`pv_month`, `sample_dailysummary`.`active_uu_day`, `sample_dailysummary`.`active_uu_week`, `sample_dailysummary`.`active_uu_month`, `sample_dailysummary`.`active_uu_7days`, `sample_dailysummary`.`active_uu_30days`, `sample_dailysummary`.`paid_uu_day`, `sample_dailysummary`.`paid_uu_week`, `sample_dailysummary`.`paid_uu_month`, `sample_dailysummary`.`sales_day`, `sample_dailysummary`.`sales_week`, `sample_dailysummary`.`sales_month`, `sample_dailysummary`.`register_uu_day`, `sample_dailysummary`.`register_uu_week`, `sample_dailysummary`.`register_uu_month`, `sample_dailysummary`.`pay_count_day`, `sample_dailysummary`.`pay_count_week`, `sample_dailysummary`.`pay_count_month`, `sample_dailysummary`.`total_user`, `sample_dailysummary`.`inv_access_uu`, `sample_dailysummary`.`inv_sender_uu`, `sample_dailysummary`.`inv_accepted_uu`, `sample_dailysummary`.`inv_send_count`, `sample_dailysummary`.`memo`, `sample_dailysummary`.`first_charge_uu` FROM `sample_dailysummary` WHERE `sample_dailysummary`.`date` = 2012-09-07 AND `sample_dailysummary`.`country_id` = "abc" )


Using Memcached can really speed things up for you. However, that does come with it's problems. You have to be extra careful on dynamic pages about explicitly invalidating caches whenever required.

Along with Memcached, try johnny-cache which does a very good job of caching your django ORM queries

Also, make use of Django's session variables as far as possible. (Try the cached_db session engine if you're using Memcached.) You could save objects (like your user profile settings) which stay consistent throughout a session. This way you're reducing the number of sql calls again.

And if you really really need quick pageloads.. Maybe try loading your page and then asynchronously calling your sql statements using Celery and load your results in an AJAXy manner.

If this is a production application to be exposed to the internet, and you can't reduce the number of queries you make then you should at least reuse the answers, I would suggest using django's built in DB cache to store database results in ram using memcached. If this is a local app then i would suggest django's ram based cache. the reason for this is memcached is able to be scaled a lot further than django's but django's requires little setup

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