Is that correct, that my php.exe opens each time when a user access a page
(e.g. on my intranet-page) ??

Is there no way to say php.exe to run only one time and compile the files
through this instance???

I've designed a intranet-platform for LAN-parties and at our last one, there
were 505 guys, and ~30 accessed my pages at the same time, so the 2 gig-ram
high-end-power PC was to slow to return the queries whitin the 180 sec.

(excause my bad english ;)

I hope, someone knows an answer...

10x !


PS: the LAN-Party's HomePage is called: www.lankoeln.com
    (may be some other germans from cologne read this ;)

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