Architecture / Installation

Architecture / Installation

Re: Re: Re: Persistent Connections

posts: 2881 United Kingdom

> superdude:
> Hello Damian,
> Thank you for your reply, it was very helpful. If i were to avoid using persistent connections, do you think it would still be advantageous to have PHP/Apache and MySQL installed on separate servers? I was thinking this would help with the load but maybe the increased time to connect to the database for each query would negate this effect?

Im not sure, I have 4 webservers in at my Data Centre currently all with mysql running on itself (localhost) but never played with setting up a dedicated database server/webserver. Maybe something I could play with on a rainy afternoon...... damn its sunny outside at the moment wink


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