have a look at the excellent DBG PHP Debugger by Dmitri Dmitrienko.
it comes with a profiler, which lets you track down bottlenecks far
easier than with normal output.
you can find it at http://dd.cron.ru
hint: in usual php/mysql applications almost always the database is the
bottleneck, which means you should put most effort in optimizing the
mfG, Michael Kumar (michael.kumar_at_nme.at, m.kumar_at_hushmail.com)
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> Dear all:
> I have wrote a php program and use mysql database.
> Is there a way to test its performance?
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