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Subject:Comment on tests
Summary:Speed isn't everything
Messages:2
Author:CJ
Date:2010-02-23 19:12:19
Update:2010-02-23 21:51:03
 

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CJ
2010-02-23 20:55:37
What about testing Quercus to complete the comparison chart?

Also, can you show the CPU load for each tests?

To be fair to Zend you could note that the PHP 5.3 version of ZS was Beta

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Manuel Lemos
2010-02-23 21:51:03 - In reply to message 1 from CJ
Building all the packages to make all the tests already took a lot of time and persistence. Also building Quercus, Phalenger, Project Zero, etc.. would take even more time. That is why it was not done this time.

The bench.php script does not perform any I/O operations, so the CPU always reaches 100%. If that was not the case, it would be because something else was running in the machine taking some of the CPU.

Zend Server was used as an example of PHP running on an environment that PHP module is loaded dynamically as shared libraries of the Web server. It could be any other distribution that works like that, as it was not Zend Server that was being evaluated, but only that specific type of PHP build.