Have a look at APC. APC is a bytecode cache, that stores bytecode generated of your PHP scripts, so that your PHP code don't need be parsed every time the script is invoked.


I was able to increase the performance of my PHP scripts dramatically.

Greetings from Germany


tRace DOliveira wrote:
What I am trying to achieve is to have the server do less processing. Like I 
said PHP is a server side scripting language and each time a request is made a 
process is spawned and processes are heavy weight as compared to a thread which 
is a light weight process. So I want to take away much processing away from the 
server and have the client do it instead. Because if many requests are made the 
server will eventually go down because it will over the server.I am not trying 
to get away from PHP but I am trying to solve the problem of scalability
Thank you, Leonard D'Oliveira

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