Hello list,

On a previous post
I've reported weird statistics after runnning siege on a heavy PHP
Those tests were done on localhost and were blazing-fast even for a T3
user. So, I re-did the same tests but this time I installed siege on
another server (hosted in a different country altogether).

I've attached a CSV file with the test's results. The (MinProcess) and
(MaxProcess) are values for minimum and maximum processes that
mod-fcgid is allowed to spawn. I've yet to get a response on the

According to the results, setting a top of 8 processes for the
FastCGI-launched php-cgi process would achieve a remarkable boost in
performance. Even better than setting 100 processes, and each equipped
with an eAccelerator opcode.



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