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Benchmarking PHP Threads
May 07, 2007 @ 08:52:00

In two previous posts, the AlternateInterior blog looked at working with threading in PHP. They continue along this path with this new post today - benchmarking some of their threading techniques.

All threads can now both hear and report on conditions. A problem with the original send/receive mechanism made threads hang the controlling thread while long operations were occurring.

After updating some of their HVAC class to make it a little easier to understand/use, they ran some benchmarks on running processes two different ways - multithreaded and sequential.

The package is available for download if you'd like to work with it/run the tests yourself.

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