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January 25, 2011, 6:22 pm
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I don't know which way to walk.
I have a web appplication that run on 1 server with Ubuntu write in
php5 (with cakephp framework) + mysql + ajax + xml .
Now this application is too late for service our client and so I try
to redesign it.
How can I implement the performance?
Is it possible implement hardware (peraphs with a cluster) and works
more CPU with my application?
Or is better rewrite the program ( with an other framework more speed,
php pure, or other language)?
Re: Implement Php performace
What's the problem? Too many clients? Too much response time? Total
breakdowns of the server?
Depends on the application.
First you have to figure out where the performance problems come from.
Just throwing in more hardware won't solve the problem. A good start
would be a profiler to analyze the code and the CPU time it requires.
Next would be an SQL log to see if any database query slows things down.