On Fri, Feb 11, 2000 at 08:26:04PM +0000, John McCormac mentioned:
> > not updating software properly is an indictment of the admin staff, not
> > the software itself. i'm not a php fan, but i won't knock it because
> > patches weren't applied or it wasn't used properly.
> I am not knocking PHP - read the text again. I am saying that the Unison
> implementation leaves itself open to abuse.
Consider knocking it, on performance, at least.
People, try it out. Download & installed AOLserver. Download & Install
Apache/PHP and benchmark them doing similar things, then use ApacheBench
to hammer them.
For small scripting stuff, AOLserver is over an order of magnitude
faster. For big stuff (10K+ scripts) it seems to be about four times as
fast. For database access, under strain, it's about an order of magnitude
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