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Performance of a Script

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I have a question in general, how do you measure performance of your
script? Without using microtime() function and MS web stress tool?
Feb 18 '08 #1
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On Mon, 18 Feb 2008 19:18:47 +0100, Betikci Boris <pa*****@gmail.com>
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I have a question in general, how do you measure performance of your
script? Without using microtime() function and MS web stress tool?
Personally, either with apache's ab or xdebug's profiling output.

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Rik Wasmus
Feb 18 '08 #2

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Betikci Boris wrote:
I have a question in general, how do you measure performance of your
script? Without using microtime() function and MS web stress tool?
Genrally, if it runs and does what I want in under a second, I rate it
as a goer.
Feb 18 '08 #3

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On Tue, 19 Feb 2008 00:04:04 +0100, The Natural Philosopher <a@b.cwrote:
Betikci Boris wrote:
>I have a question in general, how do you measure performance of your
script? Without using microtime() function and MS web stress tool?
Genrally, if it runs and does what I want in under a second, I rate it
as a goer.
Well, a second could be rather much, depending on what you want. A single
HTML page costing a second to be produced on a developer machine, which
usually isn't doing that much else, might cost you a lot of headaches on a
busy production system. It all depends on the resources required and
available offcourse.
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Rik Wasmus
Feb 19 '08 #4

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