Subject: RE: PHP/Gallery performance.
To: cobalt <port-cobalt@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Joe Pribele <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/15/2004 21:02:02
I had a quick look at gallery. I noticed there was a module for apache. Did
you install that ? The reason I am asking is because if it is an older
module not compiled with the newer apache api. Apache will be incredible
slow. I had this problem before.
[mailto:port-cobalt-owner@NetBSD.org]On Behalf Of Fisher, Dave (IBM)
Sent: Wednesday, April 14, 2004 6:35 AM
Subject: PHP/Gallery performance.
I know I may be expecting miracles here but I'll ask anyway.
I've got my Qube2 running with 128Mb RAM and a 120Gb HDD, running NetBSD
1.61 (thanks Dennis!), Apache 2, PHP4, Samba3 and Gallery
(http://gallery.sf.net). I'm usually the only user though that may creep to
two or three eventually.
When I upload some pictures to my Gallery I have a few problems viewing them
again. Basically, it's really slow! It can take a matter of minutes for a
page with 9 sub-galleries on it to load.
Now, non-PHP pages take seconds and I can even stream mp3's from the Qube
without too much issue (using Andromeda: http://www.turnstyle.com/andromeda)
but Gallery is a bit of a non-starter. I've tried more basic PHP based
picture galleries but they are either very feature limited or require
something like MySQL ...
Am I expecting too much from the little guy? After all I realise my PalmOne
TungstenT3 has a more powerful processor but the Qube2 was originally
supposed to be able to handle 100 or so users with filesharing / webbrowsing
/ mail / etc right?
If anyone has any hints, tips, pearls of wisdom I'm certainly all ears!