It's true that "the time you use in coding and figuring out ways to make
PHP faster would be greater than..."
The task mentioned might be a "one-off thing" NOW. However, the techniques
that we can learn can also be applied in future task, so, I'm still
interested in the answer to the original question...
>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
>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 ...?
> > Thanks!
> > Jc
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