On Wed, Mar 24, 2010 at 7:53 PM, Michelle Konzack
<linux4miche...@tamay-dogan.net> wrote:
> Hello Tommy,
> Am 2010-03-23 19:08:36, hacktest Du folgendes herunter:
>> 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.
> Because not a singel OSS OnlineStore software support  features  I  need
> for my business, I am coding  a  whole  "Waren Wirtschafts System"  with
> production checkout and an additional OnlineStore where I sell  products
> which I have bought in VERY big quantities to get my Endproducts cheaper
> in production.
> I start with bneary the same requiements as you, have 18 main categories
> and each has 5 to 40 sub categories.
> Currently I have arround 1700 different products I need  for  production
> but over the tieme I count with 30-50.000 products.
> The server I will use is developed by my own using  a  Marvell  Kirkwood
> MV78200 with an attached Marvell 8-channel SATA/SAS  Raid-0/1/10/5  con-
> troller.  This pig has 2 GByte DDR2 memory and beat anything I have ever
> used in this class.  It is an ARM Microcontroller with 1200MHz.
> The "Reference Design" I use currently can handel more then 400 requests
> at once...
> If such small machine can handel this, I realy think, you  do  not  know
> what are you talking about...
> My software (Apache2, PHP5 and PostgreSQL 8.3;  Debian GNU/Linux  Lenny)
> installed on this Low-Energy (<17W) machine  can  be  scaled  by  adding
> parallel machines to increase performance...
> The machine without harddrives cost me in production  of  1000 pcs  less
> then 300 Euro/machine.
> I am slightely sure, yo make something wrong...
> I will not continue to read ths thread, because it is sick.
> Thanks, Greetings and nice Day/Evening
>    Michelle Konzack
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>    24V Electronic Engineer
>    Tamay Dogan Network
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I think you're missing my point.  Given your current hardware,
software, product list, etc... how long does it take to run your
queries in series?  If you were able to run them in parallel and
deliver faster response time to the users, would you implement PHP
thread, if it's available?

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