That doesn't work, Its in the imlib2 section :D and i wanted to see a pic
with php logo on it :D
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From: "Rasmus Lerdorf" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "Martin Lindhe" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Cc: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Wednesday, October 03, 2001 1:32 AM
Subject: Re: [PHP] how to decrease serverload easily?
> > We're developing a web platform based on PHP, running under Apache. We
> > realized that we need a way of "split up" the serverload to multiple
> > machines if it gets too high. We've come up with PHP solutions to the
> > problem but are looking for better ones, especially in Apache
> > Is there any easy way of doing this? Anyone have previous experience?
> > Software versions and OS'es is of no concern, we'll use what's required.
> Have a look at http://conf.php.net/sdphp and have a look at slides 46
> through 48.
> Basically, I would suggest a Squid reverse proxy as a front-end to your
> system. Have it use a redirector like SquidGuard to distribute requests
> across multiple backend web servers, and if you need to distribute your
> database load as well, set up a single master mysql server which
> replicates to read-only servers on each of the load balanced Apache
> servers. And if you are getting really crazy traffic, you could round
> robin across multiple frontend squid servers. But I would be very
> surprised if you are doing anything that is getting that much traffic.
> How many hits per second are you expecting?
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