Performance Tests with Alternative Hardware Configuration

To see how far the machine affects the performance of the requesthandling, the same tests were done on another machine with other hardware and software configuration ( Intel Dual Core Xeon 2.4Ghz, 2 Gb RAM ).

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The graphs shown obove prove an impressive performance by upgrading the hardware. Comparing the average request duration time to the previous test round one can see that all times have improved by at least 200%. Some where even close to an 300% improvement (e.g. 150K : 15sec first test, 5,5 sec. second test). There are not even timeouts.

-- LaurenceField - 26 Feb 2008

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