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Re: Profiling/Benchmarking web applications.

by gmax (Abbot)
on Aug 24, 2004 at 21:21 UTC ( #385513=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Profiling/Benchmarking web applications

Use DBI::ProfileDumper::Apache .

Quoting from the docs:

DBI::ProfileDumper::Apache - capture DBI profiling data from Apache/mod_perl

SYNOPSIS

Add this line to your httpd.conf:

PerlSetEnv DBI_PROFILE DBI::ProfileDumper::Apache

Then restart your server. Access the code you wish to test using a web browser, then shutdown your server. This will create a set of dbi.prof.* files in your Apache log directory. Get a profiling report with dbiprof:

dbiprof /usr/local/apache/logs/dbi.prof.*

When you're ready to perform another profiling run, delete the old files

rm /usr/local/apache/logs/dbi.prof.*

and start again.

Additionally, if you wish to fine tune your profiling needs, see Speeding up the DBI for some examples on how to include profiling code (using DBI::Profile) in your application.

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