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From "Bill Stoddard" <b...@wstoddard.com>
Subject RE: Apache module performance
Date Sat, 14 Sep 2002 17:43:33 GMT
Does your module implement a handler? If so, then perhaps you need to
implement a map_to_storage hook to bypass directory_walk? (mod_jk uses this
trick).

Bill

>
> Hi,
>
>  We have developed an apache module for our application.
>
>  We did some testing with webLoad to find out the round trip
>  time for a simple case. And the average round trip time taken was around
>  8ms (with just one load).
>
>  The break up showed that, elapsed time from the start of the
>  module to the end was around 2.5ms. And the elapsed time b/w
>  the module end and the start (of the next request) was around
>  5.5ms.
>
>  Is it an acceptable performance?
>  Is there any way to reduce the time taken by Apache to route the
>  request to the specific module? Has someone done some performance
>  evaluation for Apache modules?
>
>  We are using Apache 2.0.40 on WinNT.
>
> Thanks
> Yassar.
>


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