I don't know any good ways of making PHP go faster, but may I suggest that
the time you use in coding and figuring out ways to make PHP faster would be
greater than the time you have saved by using such features...
If this is a one of thing I think 30minutes is better than 15minutes plus
60minutes of code changes/tweaks..
Just my 2c
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jean-Christian Imbeault" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Tuesday, August 13, 2002 4:39 AM
Subject: [PHP] Making PHP faster?
> I'm using PHP to load data into a PostgresQL database. The script works
> fine but it is a bit slow. It's taking about 30 minutes to load about
> 15,000 items. This is mainly because of all the error checking and many
> redundant queries I am running.
> This program is a one-off thing.
> Are there any simple ways for me to make PHP run faster? I'm already
> using persistent DB connections. I was thinking along the lines
> increasing it's memory usage, turning off error checking, getting it to
> optimize the code on the fly, etc ...?
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