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From "Kevin A. McGrail" <kmcgr...@pccc.com>
Subject Re: nothing vs Registry vs module
Date Thu, 15 Jun 2006 16:49:44 GMT
The vast majority of the speedup is in the compilation / interpreter 
loadtime.  You will not see a another 20x increase in speed switching to a 
handler module.  I bemoan the fact that some of our shared hosting servers 
run Perl and PHP via suexec for EVERY call.  Ouch!

Regards,
KAM

> Firstly, real world comparison between no mod_perl and using Registry: 
> Simple cgi, using Apache::DBI and CGI and HTML::Template. Loading 1 
> template file and doing about 30 template param replacements.
>
> Using "ab" to do 500 requests at 2 concurrents took about 47 seconds. 
> Simply adding ModPerl::Registry to that directory and rebooting web 
> server, results down to 2.3 seconds!  Amazing.
>
> Secondly, seeing such a speed increase above makes me wonder the big 
> differences between ModPerl::Registry and a handler module. Am I going to 
> see an even more significant speed increase doing as a module?


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