performance

Using joins (mySQL) in a query

Actually in a web application performance has a huge influence on usability. So I often use joins in my queries to provide compact sql queries. But queries with many joins have a bad performance and the user have to wait for a long time. Is there a better opportunity to provide a better performance?

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Decreased of perfomance

Check the programs that we have installed and uninstall the ones you do not use, delete unnecessary files, and gain speed and performance, either defragmenting the disk, or adding memory to the machine.

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What is cloud Compuing

suppose you work in a company with over than tens or Hundreds of servers, you need to have access to servers anytime and anywhere, Decreasing IT Support Costs, managing all servers in a short time and Critical Situations, Getting Better Performance and More Features, and …, what can you do ?

Speeding up project using Zend_Db

<p>An existing project realized with the Zend Framework should be optimized in terms of performance. The use of Zend_Db slows down the database access because of its automatic table-scanning and overhead. The SQL-queries as well as the table structures are already optimized and should not be changed. The configuration on the server environment:</p><ul><li>PHP 5.2.6</li><li>MySQL Server Version: 5.0.75</li><li>Zend Framework 1.5</li><li>Apache 2.6.28-16</li><li>Suhosin-Patch 0.9.6.2</li></ul><p>The update to a newer version of Zend Framework is right now not possible because of some migration problems. The changes in the code should be measurable and viewable with XDEBUG/kcachegrind.</p>
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