2008/12/15 Phil Bradley <philb at vodafone.ie>:
>> Hi all,
>> I just noticed a few replies had come in after I thought the thread had
> finished, sorry if it looked like I was ignoring these posts.
>> Firstly, for everyone who pitched in with suggestions, thank you very much.
> <plug>The site is now live and is at http://www.icty.org. I can't claim this
> was all my own work but I provided the development services required</plug>.
Well done :)
> It's still a little sluggish at approx 25 requests/second (even with XCache
> enabled) but good enough for the moment. I'll have a look at wincachegrind,
> as per David's suggestion. Since none of the included files actually *do*
> anything apart from define classes and functions, it looks like this is just
> a case of the server just not being very fast (it's running in a VM which
> might be under resourced).
>> Philip: I'll probably revisit JMeter, it may have just been a mental block
> but I wasn't confident that I understood what it was reporting. The
> ApacheBench report seemed to make more sense and, while less capable than
> JMeter, it sufficed for a simple comparative benchmark. Thanks for the
> suggestion though.
Look at http://docs.php.net/apc and set your apc.stat = 0. you should
see a significant improvement there. Don't you modify files though :)
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