Mon Feb 7 10:29:41 EST 2005
the web server, without knowing what specifically it would be doing. That
you could predict the load of the database server, simply because it was
connected to a web server.
These things obviously can not be predicted with certainty, unless you
actually know what they are going to be doing.
Rod, I've argued from the wrong end of things many times before. I've
gotten pulled into arguments by others, and found myself arguing, just
because I love a debate. I don't think you would make many of the claims
you made in this thread usually. There is something that can come over a
rational man when he gets too deeply involved in an argument. ;)
I respect that, I've been there myself many times, and I don't hold you to
anything that may have been said with hot blood, or fingers ;)
> On Friday 25 October 2002 20:54, Brad Barnett wrote:
> > I'd take some of that ram out of the web server, and put it into the
> > SQL server. Postgres is probably quite good at caching queries, and
> > the more ram you have, the more it can cache.
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