thepixeldeveloper at googlemail.com
Sun Dec 21 18:22:53 MSK 2008
That was for when I using a memcached server to bypass PHP. The script
produces an average of 1.2ms. I guess I can get no more out of my
small VPS package so thank you for all the help Sergio and Marcos.
Ps : I'm very pleased with 300req/s. :)
On Sun, Dec 21, 2008 at 9:21 AM, Marcos Neves <marcos.neves at gmail.com> wrote:
> I think your performance is correct. On my machine phpinfo() is taking
> 2.8 seconds to complete, and that will result in 300 req/s
> Try with this script:
> What location @dynamic does?
> Marcos Neves
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> 2008/12/20 Mathew Davies <thepixeldeveloper at googlemail.com>:
>> I currently have APC installed and it's caching the pages correctly. I
>> did experiment with the nginx memcached module where nginx would
>> simply bypass the php altogther, this massively improved performance
>> to the sound of 1,200 req/s, but it's not easy to implement into my
>> current web application.
>> I'm quite new to nginx so I've attached my configs incase I've missed something.
>> On Sun, Dec 21, 2008 at 12:05 AM, Sergio Bruder <bruder at haxent.com.br> wrote:
>>> Em 20/12/2008, às 16:37, Mathew Davies escreveu:
>>>> I'm currently using nginx/0.7.27 + PHP 5.2.8 with the fpm patch on
>>>> Ubuntu Server 8.10 with 256 MB RAM. Nginx is serving static files very
>>>> fast at 1,500 req/s while serving a phpinfo(); page will drop right
>>>> down to 300 req/s. This performance is nothing to be sniffed at with
>>>> the current specifications of the machine, but I'm wandering if there
>>>> is any room to squeeze more performance from the php side of things.
>>>> Kind Regards,
>>>> -Mathew Davies.
>>> You are using some accelerator? PHP acelerators brings a moderate gain
>>> of performance and a better gain in parallelism in my humble experience
>>> (because of gains in memory allocation per process).
>>> Sergio Devojno Bruder
>>> bruder at haxent.com.br
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