To get ACCURATE timings, you need to create the situations almost
identical, other than the operating system.
So, that means:
1) Windows and Linux tunings should be similar; are you running extra
daemons on the Linux box that Windows isn't (smtp, ftp, etc)?
2) The server architecture should be the same (identical hardware)
3) The software architecture should be the same; are you running
both Zope and Apache on each machine, or are you spliting these services
up somehow. A server with Apache+Zope, and then another server with just
Zope will NOT match up.
Just keep that in mind...
On Fri, 6 Oct 2000, Aitor Grajal Crespo wrote:
> both of them go through the apache server, cos I have installed a proxy server (the
>reason is that windows is located on a different machine, and the proxy redirects to
>the windows zserver)
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> On 06/10/2000 at 17:27 Tom Deprez wrote:
> >Why do you test the one with ZServer and the other with Apache?
> >If you want correct results you've to test both with ZServer or both with
> >Zope behind Apache. Not?
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