At 19:40 06/08/2001, Andrei Zmievski wrote:
>On Mon, 06 Aug 2001, Zeev Suraski wrote:
> > At 07:10 06/08/2001, Sterling Hughes wrote:
> > >     What if you use 50 different shared extensions, for different
> > >     scripts on the same box? Should you load them all in each time?
> > >     I don't think so...
> >
> > Other than your phobia, there's no real reason not to do it :)
>No performance hit at all?

Nothing measurable.  That was actually measured (changing PHP to initialize 
extensions just-in-time, in case they're actually being used) - and it 
turned out it wasn't giving any noticeable performance gain.

If there were a thousand extensions, we may have to rethink it - but the 
good solution would probably be JIT initialization.


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