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From Ed Grimm <>
Subject Re: Tuning Embperl
Date Tue, 24 Feb 2004 03:39:58 GMT
On Mon, 23 Feb 2004, Stefan Cars wrote:

> Hi everyone and Gerald!
> Anyone that has any tips on performance tuning Embperl to make stuff go
> faster? Besides loading modules and making sure that we have enough forked
> processes so we don't have to start them later.
> / Stefan Cars

General perl performance tuning should help dramatically.

Also, I'd suspect that using perl modules for blocks of code that do
very little output, rather than embperl functions, would improve overall
performance.  I'm not certain it helps, but conceptually, it should.  It
has the side benefit of enabling one to build command-line tools that
share the same code, either for purposes of debugging without Apache
getting in the way, or to implement admin functions which cannot be
hijacked from the web.


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