> > Even with straight HTML, a server's load capacity is not infinite. If
> > my own server, an old Pentium with 4 GB of hard drive space, and which
> > serves nothing but static HTML pages, got hit with more than a couple
> > hundred hits in a short period of time, it would bomb.
> > I must be misunderstanding your question. I've re-read your original
> > post, and it seems to me that what you're trying to do is save
> > webpage-bound database data in a way which will seriously reduce the
> > load on a webserver; creating static HTML pages from database data
> > instead of building pages dynamically when the user calls them would
> > accomplish that goal, and that is what I was suggesting.
> You are right ;)
er, yes and no!
Jeff's original post mentioned reducing load on the db server - are the db and web
servers on the same physical
device - and thus his concern?
- or perhaps if there are other apps needing to 'compete' with the web server to gain
access to the db
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