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From "Jason Liu" <jason....@openwave.com>
Subject RE: Response time of a perl script!!!
Date Tue, 05 Dec 2000 19:01:56 GMT
In this situation, I think the bottle neck is establishing connection with
the database.  Apache::DBI helps to maintain persistent database connection.
That's why the latter test is 20 times faster.

Jason
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>
> 	Hi folks,
>
> 	I ran a same perl script twice. First time only under mod_perl,
> and after under mod_perl and Apache::DBI. The response time of both
> experiments was very different. The last was fastest than the first
> approximately 20 times. Is it correctly? If the response time of a perl
> script with mod_perl is bad, I think that it without mod_perl will be
> much worse. I also would like to know if when the apache (with mod_perl)
> starts each child process already has one embedded interpreter or they
> will have only when the first request arrives. Please, if soneone help me
> will be very appreciated. Thanks...
>
> 	Edmar,
>
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