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If you really need to do the analysis online in real-time and not as batch logfile anaysis (as mentioned above) I see 2 posibilities:
  1. Real-time log analysis. Have a process that tails the access logs and counts hits in real-time. This saves the overhead of having to launch a separate process each time you want to increment a count.
  2. Use mod_perl. With mod_perl you can run perl inside of apache so you don't have the overhead of launching a separate process. With Apache::Registry you can even use your current cgi-bin perl programs with no modification and get the "run inside of apache w/o a separate process" advantage.

In reply to Re: CGI and Server-load by lhoward
in thread CGI and Server-load by toadi

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