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From "Kinyon, Rob" <Rob.Kin...@progressive-medical.com>
Subject RE: Connections
Date Thu, 01 Apr 2004 20:08:23 GMT
I'm a little confused - why would you use two apache processes for this?
It sounds like one would do just fine ...

-----Original Message-----
From: David Hofmann [mailto:mor4321@hotmail.com] 
Sent: Thursday, April 01, 2004 2:54 PM
To: modperl@perl.apache.org
Subject: Connections

Currently I'm in the process of converting from Perl to Mod Perl.

My server is Redhat Running Apache 1.3.27, Mod Perl 1.26, and Postgre
SQL 
7.2.4.

I have about 31-35 active process running during the busy hours.

Our system use Perl to generate dynamic pages via the postgre database.
90% 
of our pages are generated this way. We have 1 user ID that all public
web 
request use to access the database.

On the back end I have several admin Perl scripts that we use to update
the 
database and make changes to item descriptions. There currently 4 people

that use it, and there soon to be 2 more. They each spend 3-6 hours a
day 
actually entering and changing data.

Currently most of the public side has been converted to Mod Perl. I'm 
debating on weather converting the Admin side is going to be good or bad
for 
the server cause it means persistent 2 connections and I'm not sure how
much 
load that will put on the server since the majority of the time the
server 
not using the admin connection.

Hope this kind of makes sense. Mainly I'm looking for advice on the 
situation.

David

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