[Webdev] who what..
adam at iewebs.com
Tue Jun 13 16:58:27 IST 2000
*koff* Apache 2 *koff*
> -----Original Message-----
> From: webdev-admin at linux.ie [mailto:webdev-admin at linux.ie]On Behalf Of
> Donncha O Caoimh
> Sent: 13 June 2000 16:50
> To: webdev at linux.ie
> Subject: Re: [Webdev] who what..
> That was a flamebait!
> PHP shares connections to the DB as well you know :P
> If you specify two connections to two different databases but using the
> same username/password then a previously opened connection can be used
> again. The main reason I have 200 concurrent connections open is because
> there's a stream of data going to the clients all the time. I tried
> opening up connections ever few seconds, but even with a delay of 10
> seconds the lag killed any "realtime" aspect of the data. :(
> I would dearly love to use AOLserver but even the PHP developers say PHP
> hasn't been tested well enough in threaded environments. I offered to
> test it but I never got around to it last weekend, this weekendis going
> to be pretty busy too. oops!
> "John P. Looney (Kate)" wrote:
> > On Tue, Jun 13, 2000 at 04:30:18PM +0100, Donncha O Caoimh mentioned:
> > > heh.. working on a streaming app at the moment, started out, had 800
> > > connections to MySQL on two machines (600 to one, 200 to the other) for
> > > 200 conncurrent users. Managed to cut it down to 200 connections to the
> > > local server and occasional connections to the other server if need be..
> > > woo :)
> > > Ever see load average reach 150? it's possible, and beyond!
> > Which is why *real* websites use AOLserver, and the fact that it only
> > opens 8 connections, and has just *one* process, whose hundreds of threads
> > share those connections... ;)
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