jcokos at ccs.net
Fri Jul 21 15:40:39 CDT 2000
They're using our software, with fastCGI, doing 8.5+million searches
per day! Fast, stable (havent' rebooted that machine in over a month)
and kick ass.
John Cokos, President / CEO: iWeb Inc.
jcokos at ccs.net
----- Original Message -----
From: "Terry Nightingale" <tnight at ironworx.com>
To: "John Cokos" <jcokos at ccs.net>
Cc: "Alex Algard" <algard at sounddomain.com>; <spug-list at pm.org>; "Aryeh "Cody" Sherr" <asherr at cs.unm.edu>
Sent: Friday, July 21, 2000 1:33 PM
Subject: Re: SPUG: mod_perl
> On Fri, 21 Jul 2000, John Cokos wrote:
> > >> we have noticed a performance increase of almost
> > > 100x in going from cgi to mod_perl.
> > That's nothing ... move it to fastCGI, and it'll really smoke,
> > on average twice as fast as mod_perl, and no security holes.
> I was wondering whether anyone would mention FastCGI. I recently developed a
> moderately large app for a client, and we decided on FastCGI over
> mod_perl for the architectural benefits (one web server + n app servers, etc). I
> was not aware of any performance data comparing the two technologies. Are you,
> or are your results anecdotal?
> Terry Nightingale <tnight at ironworx.com>
> Principal Consultant, IronWorx LLC
> +1-425-649-9304(v) / +1-425-643-7112(f)
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