Give each request more resources

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Give each request more resources

Postby horseatingweeds » 14. September 2009 02:30

I'm trying to figure out how to give more resources to each request. I have xampp setup on my development PC, so I'm usually working with un-cached, un-optimized page loads. And I'm not having much luck shaking any answers out of google. Isn't there a simple setting somewhere in Apache of php?

In php.ini I have memory_limit = 32M. That seems enough. But what else can I do?
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Re: Give each request more resources

Postby Izzy » 14. September 2009 03:02

I don't know what "these request" refer to as you don't say.

If the request are database driven requests then you can alter some behavior in the C:\xampp\mysql\bin\my.ini file.

First make a backup/copy of this original file before editing so if you make errors then you have a working file to start over again and do read the beginning comments, in fact read all comments in this file.
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Re: Give each request more resources

Postby horseatingweeds » 14. September 2009 03:32

I mean database driven website pages. And I also mean I'm using xampp on a Win PC in a development environment for developing websites. Not too clear earlier...

So the my.ini file says it's set up for a small system.

Code: Select all
# This is for a system with little memory (<= 64M) where MySQL is only used
# from time to time and it's important that the mysqld daemon
# doesn't use much resources.


I'm confused about how to give it more sesources.
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