I think that the time to develop is much more important then the
requests per second performance. Simply because hardware is magnitudes
cheaper then development time.
On Mar 7, 5:20 pm, Dérico Filho <uldericofi...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Gee! Now I am really confused... Ferrari 599 is 1.2.6 and Prius is
> Anyway, the whole idea of hello world benchmarks is to assess the
> frameworks weight. That's all. I am not here trying to figure out if
> 1.2.6 is better or worse then 1.3.0-RC1.
> Even though you and I do not agree on this methodology, I do bet you
> want too a lean framework capable to deliver as many requests/second
> as possible.
> Should you think there is a better way to assess this measure, please
> tell me, I am glad to know of it.
> On Mar 6, 4:27 am, WebbedIT <p...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > @Derico
> > > I think you're missing the point here. I am not trying to assess the
> > > supposed advantage in using CakePHP.
> > > I am trying to assess its weight. Whatever the application you
> > > develop, when you choose using a framework you MUST understand how it
> > > is going to affect the overall performance.
> > No, I still believe it is you who is missing the point here.
> > You don't road test a Ferrari 599 and a Toyota Prius against the same
> > set of criteria. Whilst they are both cars and can ferry a person from
> > A to B, that's where the similarities end as they are totally
> > different machines designed to achieve different things.
> > What you are doing is comparable to testing an updated version of the
> > Ferrari 599 against the outgoing model using the criteria set for the
> > Toyota Prius. It's just wrong!
> > To put a framework through it's paces you have to test the framework
> > itself, all your testing is the frameworks ability to extract it's
> > config options and read a few .htaccess rules ... how does that
> > provide any significant results?
> > However, I do agree with your assessment of Robert!
> > @Walther:
> > > and to throw a spanner into the works a simple php file with only echo
> > >'Hello world' in gets 3604 requests per second
> > >I therefor conclude that CakePHP is faster then no framework at
> > >all....
> > ROFL, excellent conclusion .. does that not prove benchmarking "hello
> > world" is pointless?!?
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