Richard Lynch wrote: > > You *MIGHT* try installing the Optimizer on a Dev box and turning on *ONE* > opitmization group/feature at a time and then pounding on that Dev server > with 'ab' until you narrow down which optimizations are the trouble-makers.
Tried that. Each optimization value/setting fails in the same way. > > Why in the *WORLD* do you have hundreds of includes, though? > Easier to organize, maintain and it's the only a group of developers can work efficiently on a project at the same time. > > You do realize that including a hundred include files is incredibly slow, > right?... You may be able to drastically improve performance if there's any > way to combine those files... > We tested this a long time ago and there was little time difference between one file and many files. I think this has to do with the fact that the page already take roughly a 2 seconds to load, so a couple tens of milliseconds didn't make a difference. Thanks for the advice, colin -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php