// $Id$This lists some of the users of Boost, describing the setup of the websitein question as well as providing rationale on how Boost benefits the site.It is hoped that the cases described here may serve as useful guides for newBoost users evaluating how to best implement static caching on their site.If you would like to add your website to this list, please contact theauthor at http://drupal.org/user/26089/contact, describing your site andsetup. Try to keep the description to a paragraph or two, and don't forgetto include your name and the URL to your website. Note that additions tothis list are posted at the author's sole discretion, and submissions may beabridged or edited for grammar. Arto Bendiken <http://bendiken.net/> Personal website of the author. Boost is used to cache virtually every page on the site, quite significantly improving response times despite the sometimes sluggish shared hosting the site runs on. An additional benefit provided by Boost is that when the backend MySQL database server goes down, as happens now and then, the site still keeps on trucking instead of just showing the Drupal database error page (dynamic features such as posting comments obviously don't work until MySQL access is restored, however).