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PHP Optimization Techniques

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rusko, Jun 5, 2004.

  1. rusko

    rusko Member

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    erm, confused by the formatting. the way i read it, mmcache did the best?

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    I Zend optimizer installed default by cpanel? Or Do i have to install seperate?

    Lordkinjo
     
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    separate

    but Cpanel allows you to install it easily.
    Do a search in the forums and you can find the command
     
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    The higher the average number, the better. By looking at the results, you are looking at the average number of requets processed per second. The more requets processed per second, the better.

    thaphantom, how did you do these benchmark tests. I would like to test my machine but I am a newbie who has never done a benchmark test. Some advise would be nice.

    I am running php-nuke and at times my server load gets higher than it should be.

    Thanks.
     
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