pconnect will be your biggest "win", almost for sure.
After that, I'm guessing that you'll just be making very minor speed-ups...
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From: Boaz Yahav <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: PHP General (E-mail) <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Friday, August 24, 2001 4:22 AM
Subject: PHP 2 MySQL over the network
Till recently, out MySQL DB and our Apache/PHP/Solaris were on the same
machine. We moved to front end / back end configuration and all of the
queries are now done over the network (Switch). I was wondering if
anyone has any experience in optimizing such a configuration from the
System / MySQL / PHP side?
Issues like packet sizes, connect vs. pconect etc...
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