> hehe.. but even with the different hardware the strength of each server
> was shown.
> 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
> needs work.
> Apache is the old work horse, good and flexible. It ambles along doing
> everything reasonably well, or good enough for the job at hand.
>Well, it didn't really Donncha. It's like comparing chalk and a different kind
of chalk. :) Seriously though, if you wanted to benchmark, why didn't you do it
on one machine or the other? I think you just like benchmarking for
benchmarkings sake. You're a benchmarkaholic. Shame.
> Oh, got MySQL replication working yesterday.. sweet :)
>Sweet it may be, but what is it?
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