[FX.php List] Web traffic versus native FileMaker use
jschwartz at exit445.com
Thu May 6 13:47:43 MDT 2010
No PHP scripts calling FileMaker scripts.
Since writing the original post...only minutes ago....my thinking has
matured. There is stuff going on in the native solution (not under
my control) that will continue to go on. I have now decided to
isolate the web solution from it rather than attempt to fix the other
So, the question now boils down to practical ways to isolate a web
solution from a 2 machine deployment, where:
Machine1 = FMSserver 10 with MainDB and WebDB
Machine2 = FMSserver 10 Web Engine, serving WebDB
This one just ocurred to me: Turn Machine 2 into a single machine
deployment Web Publishing machine running the WEBDB. This will
probably mean purchasing another copy of FMServer.
Short of doing this, I was wondering if simply adding a new hard
drive for the WebDB into machine 1 would be of any benefit.
That's where I am right now.
At 12:12 PM -0700 5/6/10, Joel Shapiro wrote:
>It seems that if your performance picks back up again in the
>evening, then it's probably not connected to slow record creation (I
>also had a recent web slowdown due to their FMP person having added
>auto-enter calc fields based on a bad relationship).
>Are those FM scripts connected to the PHP calls to the DB, or are
>they being run by users in FMP? If they're called by the PHP, can
>you temporarily disable them to test whether or not they're the
>database & web design
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