[development] Drupal performance patches: call for action
gerhard at killesreiter.de
Wed Aug 1 11:14:56 UTC 2007
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Earnie Boyd schrieb:
> Quoting Gerhard Killesreiter <gerhard at killesreiter.de>:
>> Nobody is going to do benchmarks extensive enough to tell.
> Sounds like a development module to me. ;D So what might that take?
> A baseline set of data
> Some cron jobs
Ideally, you'd have two servers, one for apache, one for mysql.
Then you'd create some dummy data and users using devel.module.
Then you'd start wgets (or somethign else) to crawl the site. Use both
anonymous wgets and logged in ones. Take numbers of time it takes a wget
to finish the site. Increase number of concurrent wgets. Repeat.
Do the same with and without the proposed patch.
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