Teus Benschop wrote:

> On Tue, 2010-03-23 at 19:08 -0700, Tommy Pham wrote:
>> The response time, max 5 seconds, will be tested on local gigabit LAN
>> to ensure the adequate response (optimized DB & code & proper
>> hardware) without worrying about users' connection limit and site's
>> upload bandwidth limit (which can easily rectify).  Then thereafter
>> will be doing stress test of about 10 concurrent users.  As for the
>> major queries, that's where threads come in, IMO, because those
>> queries depend on 1 primary parameter (category ID) and 1 secondary
>> parameter (language ID).  This particular site starts with 500
>> products about 15 categories, without many of those mentioned
>> filters, later grew to its current state.
> The bottle neck looking at speed in this example seems to be the
> database backend, not PHP. What would be needed is a fast database,
> and SQL queries optimized for speed. Teus.


Per Jessen, Zürich (7.8°C)

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