On Aug 3, 2008, at 4:32 AM, Stephane Eybert wrote:
> Dear all,
> I ran a request against a PHP page served by Resin and Quercus on a
> Debian Resin 3.1.6 server.
> The response came after 1mn23s.
> I ran the same request against PHP Version 4.4.4-8 and the response
> after 53s.
> I was not using any php caching system like eaccelerator.
> The php source code files were actually the same files in both tests.
> When using the php cache system eaccelerator the response came after
What does your benchmark do? You can't report a benchmark result with
mystery code, and a page that takes 1 minute is pretty mysterious.
> I wonder how can one achieve the stated benchmark of "4 times
> faster" with
Our benchmarks are against well-known, complete applications: Drupal,
Mediawiki, Wordpress. They've been reproduced independently:
Now, it's entirely possible that your code is running some feature
that's slower on Quercus, and that would be useful information for
us. But mystery code doesn't help anyone.
> If any one has any tip on this...
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