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revised PHP's page generation time takes 0.01s. 1/0.01 = 100; however i'm having problems reaching that number of request per seconds. Why?
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comment PHP's page generation time takes 0.01s. 1/0.01 = 100; however i'm having problems reaching that number of request per seconds. Why?
Symcbean, I found the ab test result, I stand corrected, it raised from 56 to 228 rps.
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comment PHP's page generation time takes 0.01s. 1/0.01 = 100; however i'm having problems reaching that number of request per seconds. Why?
If the system is that small, then I would think that any decent figure would be a challenge with or without APC.
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comment PHP's page generation time takes 0.01s. 1/0.01 = 100; however i'm having problems reaching that number of request per seconds. Why?
No we genuinely made no other changes other than installing PHP APC. I thin k we actually got to about 600 not 800, IIRC, but its a while ago and I may be right off with the figures, but it was significant. This site from Zend shows 185% increase, somewhere near the bottom: devzone.zend.com/1812/using-apc-with-php Either way, it's worth a shot.
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comment PHP's page generation time takes 0.01s. 1/0.01 = 100; however i'm having problems reaching that number of request per seconds. Why?
We had no 'symptoms' per se. Using ab would produce a higher CPU reading anyway so might not have been all that helpful. We were experiencing a low amount of requests per second, and investigated it further. It seemed logical for a scripting language to have this issue potentially so we investigated the options for compiling or cacheing, and we got what I have mentioned. As I say, it solved our problem immediately.
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answered PHP's page generation time takes 0.01s. 1/0.01 = 100; however i'm having problems reaching that number of request per seconds. Why?
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revised Ubuntu Server 12.04 CPU Load
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revised Deny loading of php files if accessed directly (nginx)
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comment How to limit the download speed after first N mb in Squid?
See the link above. That appears to show how to do exactly that using Squid. (At the bottom of my answer)
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revised How to limit the download speed after first N mb in Squid?
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