[FX.php List] Web traffic versus native FileMaker use
Gjermund Gusland Thorsen
ggt667 at gmail.com
Thu May 6 16:47:34 MDT 2010
IWP eats alot of resources
CWP hardly uses any resources if you design your layouts optimized for
FMPro is in between the two other options.
I’d give them numbers for spending resources as follows, these are not
percentages but relation numbers
If you interpret these numbers as percentages, even though I said it’s
I’d say use a separate machine to host IWP.
2010/5/7 Alain Bernard <albi2103 at gmail.com>:
> Amazing isn'it?
> So may be you get trouble from the data.
> 2010/5/6 Jonathan Schwartz <jschwartz at exit445.com>
>> Hi Folks,
>> I'm wondering if anyone has experience with the negative impact of native
>> FileMaker use on the same db/hardware/network etc that is used by php-based
>> web users (fx.php/API/etc).
>> In short, I am trying to get to the bottom of severe web performance
>> degradation during the day, as web transactions that normally take 0.1
>> second to perform will jump to 30 seconds or more.
>> I suspect that scripts running in native FileMaker are the culprit. The
>> environment is FMS 10 in a 2 machine deployment. There are 10-20 native
>> FileMaker users logged in on average. The hardware is Windows and the Task
>> Manager(s) show the machines idling at all times...even during these
>> overload times. Perhaps I am not looking at the right indicators.
>> My first move to isolate the problem was to move the web-based data tables
>> into a separate file from the one the native FileMaler users access. That
>> didn't help much. The files still share the same hardware.
>> My next moves could include:
>> - spin the web file to different hard drive/same machine
>> - spin the web operation to different server
>> - spin the web operation to different server at a different
>> Jonathan Schwartz
>> Exit 445 Group
>> jonathan at exit445.com
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