Re: PERL on IIS 3.0: counters, etc.
Sam Akhtar ( (no email) )
Fri, 16 May 1997 16:32:53 -0400
>runnig a stats perl script. He recieved around 4000 hits a day and
>14 days of data. The data file was 7Mb in size. When the script would
>look at data it would run at 90% processor usage. Use up to 60mb of
>ram per instance. Take 2 to 5 minutes to run so the client would
>because they got tiered of waiting. This did not kill the last
>it only started a second ,and a third, and a forth and so and so
>Needless to say this one perl script running multiple time would
>to use 500-600 meg of ram. Sometimes crashing the server. The script
>in no longer in use.
I seem to remember something about PerlIIS.dll being more effective
than PERL.exe for this sort of environment... was that what was being
called when a .pl, etc. was being execute?
Curious 'bout any info re this...
Sam Akhtar Operations & Engineering
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