hehe.. but even with the different hardware the strength of each server
AOLserver is bloody fast at serving static pages (and I presume TCL
scripts as that's it's native scripting language) but the PHP module
Apache is the old work horse, good and flexible. It ambles along doing
everything reasonably well, or good enough for the job at hand.
Oh, got MySQL replication working yesterday.. sweet :)
adam beecher wrote:
>> > Software tested:
> > AOLserver 3.1, php 4.0.2 on a 350MHz PII with 128MB ram which is also
> > serving Goldmine to a LAN.
> > Apache 1.3.12, php 4.0.0 on a 500MHz PIII with 512MB ram. Runs a small
> Jeez Donncha, you can't run software benchmarks on two totally different
> machines, even I know that! And different versions of PHP too? Sheesh!
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