Re: Performance analysis questions

Andrew Payne <>
Date: Thu, 12 May 1994 17:14:12 +0200
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From: Andrew Payne <>
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Subject: Re: Performance analysis questions 
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>1.  What makes a "typical" URL mix?  One thing I would like to do is ask
>webmasters running busy servers to send me copies of say a Monday's log
>file (feel free to remove client names/addresses if you like), especially
>if you feel your server can't handle the load it's getting.

One thing I forgot to suggest:  when measuring performance, don't forget to 
take into account any access control done by your server.  If your server 
reads extra files (like NCSA's ".htaccess" file), then things will be 
slower for files in directories with access control.

If you want to be formal, you could define different classes of benchmarks
for different access control methods:

    - no access control
    - host-based access control
    - basic user/password
    - etc, etc