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From "George MATKOVITS" <matkovi...@msn.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat supporting PHP
Date Fri, 31 Aug 2007 16:38:29 GMT
Thank you for this post. I will definitely install it and use it with 
Drupal. PHP Drupal  collapses under heavy loads. Nobody seems to know why! 
Someone asked me to try to up its web transaction rate. The problem is under 
heavy blogging load, with large number of users. It could be absolutely  
ANYTHING. Drupal is also a heavy Data Base user. IMO for me it will be 
necessary to create an instrumented test bed before I dive into a problem 
like this!
Doing it in Java should be a great help! Anyone did anything like this on 
this list, please? Thank you -- George

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Joe Nathan wrote:
>I am talking about in-built capability that people do NOT need
>to install heaps of cranky-installation software packages!

I just came around to read this old thread, and I am surprised that no-one 
seems to know about Quercus from Caucho, the Resin guys:
   http://quercus.caucho.com/

  " Quercus is Caucho Technology's fast, open-source, 100% Java 
implementation of the PHP language. "

  " The growing list of PHP software certified running on Quercus includes 
DokuWiki, Drupal, Gallery2, Joomla, Mambo, Mantis, MediaWiki, Phorum, phpBB, 
phpMyAdmin, PHP-Nuke, Wordpress, and XOOPS. "

Docs for 3.1 (current):
   http://www.caucho.com/resin-3.1/doc/quercus.xtp

It's 4 times faster than PHP!!

http://www.workhabit.org/resin-backed-php-drives-4x-performance-improvements-drupal

It is GPL, and it is a native Resin feature, and both of those things are 
very sad. But it is a very interesting project, and it is definitly open 
source, though very business unfriendly.

Regards,
Endre.

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