On Sat, Jul 25, 2009 at 1:31 AM, Daniel Kolbo<kolb0...@umn.edu> wrote:
> Andrew Ballard wrote:
>> On Thu, Jul 23, 2009 at 11:31 PM, Andrew Ballard<aball...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> From what I can tell, the numbers I see in WinCacheGrind
>>> look like they are off by about a factor of 10 pretty
>>> uniformly.
>>> Andrew
>> Apparently the difference is indeed WinCacheGrind, as a number of
>> other people have left comments on the project site that the values it
>> reports need to be multiplied by 10. Now that I know the numbers are
>> "right" comes the fun part.  :-\
>> Andrew
> Is this factor of 10 business only for ZF on Windows IIS or for Linux too?
> thanks,
> dK
> `

It seems to be just an error in WinCacheGrind itself. It looks like
the "current" release was published more than 4 years ago, and the
latest post to the project feed was 8 months ago. There are even a
couple posts in the project feed that say you have to multiply
whatever time it displays by 10. I didn't notice the feed section
initially since I found the download link by following a link from the
xdebug site.

As for the performance of ZF itself, I have been extremely
disappointed with it running under the couple of Windows hosts I have
tried. I have had much better success with the couple sites I used it
with that were on shared hosting accounts using Linux servers.


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