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10-09-2004, 11:07 AM #1kirukkanGuest
How do you measure your scripting performance
There are lots of peopel do scripting. How do they actually maeasure the performance of those scripts.
Only by CPU usage?. Is any otehr alternative method there to do.
10-11-2004, 09:00 AM #2LippyGuest
Various factors go into measuring the performance. I am not an expert but here are some basic things.
1: CPU usage
3: Memory usage
4: When connecting to a database/file it closes it once it is done using it, not just at the end of the script, but at the end of the usage of the database/file.
10-11-2004, 02:25 PM #3
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well I could say "Whether it does its job", beacause for me that makes it "perform" well.
It also depends massivly on what OS it is for. Load on Unix and there is so much more such are memory usage.
I would have to say that it should keep connections down, must use memory effiecently and by this i mean when its done stop using the memory as well. QPS is very important. If the QPS is very high then you will have slow performance and in the end it will crash your PC. It is a very wide question and I am sure people can spend many years studying it.Seeksadmin - For all your administration and security needs.