[development] High volume site, benchmarking
justin at techadvise.com
Wed Jul 28 13:31:17 UTC 2010
I read that, and personally think your money is best saved on that book.
Also, check out Mercury - it tries to give you out-of-the-box high
On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 7:58 AM, Randy Fay <randy at randyfay.com> wrote:
> Looks like it's pretty well panned by the first reviewer, though.
> Again, the high performance group is a great place to start.
> On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 6:46 AM, Gordon Heydon <gordon at heydon.com.au>wrote:
>> What is the name of the book?
>> Sent from my iPhone
>> On 28/07/2010, at 10:43 PM, Randy Fay <randy at randyfay.com> wrote:
>> This probably isn't the place to talk about high performance, but
>> is the place. There is also a new book on Drupal performance coming out
>> right about now, and lots and lots of blog posts and videos, etc. And a
>> small group of companies that specialize in consulting in this area.
>> On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 6:38 AM, Dayton Perkins <<perkinsd at chartermi.net>
>> perkinsd at chartermi.net> wrote:
>>> I am talking with a client about redoing a site in Drupal that gets
>>> millions of page views monthly.
>>> My concern is page generation time. I would need to assure my client that
>>> I con produce pages very fast.
>>> Here are a couple of questions:
>>> I don't think my question will be MySql vs. Postgre, but I would like
>>> some input on getting started in the world of benchmark testing. (I know you
>>> probably need to install dev) :-)
>>> Thank you for your input.
>>> *Kindest regards,* *Dayton Perkins*
>>> Good News Design
>>> Intelligent Web Programming for Business
>>> 3611 Butternut Drive, Suite 40
>>> Holland MI 49424
> Randy Fay
> Drupal Module and Site Development
> randy at randyfay.com
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