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Calculating Server Load using Zend Studio Server?

Has anyone had experience setting up Zend Studio Server Components in
college environments where 100-200 developers may be hitting the
debugging engine at the same time?

Want to determine if the installation and loading will crash this
development platform that a whole bunch of students and classes depend
on.

Mike
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Hello,

On 02/13/2004 01:04 PM, M Lanham wrote:
Has anyone had experience setting up Zend Studio Server Components in
college environments where 100-200 developers may be hitting the
debugging engine at the same time?

Want to determine if the installation and loading will crash this
development platform that a whole bunch of students and classes depend
on.


Try Apache ab program.

Usually nothing crashes but some things may reach the limits so they
would not respond to more simultaneous requests.

Most of the problems are not a PHP problem. For instance, if you use a
separate HTTP server to serve static content, like images, the main HTTP
server that serves HTTP pages will have more memory to serve more
simultaneous requests.
--

Regards,
Manuel Lemos

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Jul 17 '05 #2

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