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Comparison of Pressflow and Drupal Core.

Comparison of Pressflow and Drupal Core.

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Pressflow vs Drupal Pressflow vs Drupal Presentation Transcript

  • When to Pressflow Vs. Drupal
    • Presenters:
    • Matthew Dorman | Rasheed Barnes
    July 24, 2010
  • Overview
      • ■ Differences between platforms
      • ■ Performance improvements in PressFlow
      • ■ Compatibility issues with PressFlow
      • ■ Test Procedures/Results
      • ■ Q & A
      • ■ Open Topics / Discussion
  • Platform Differences
      • ■ Support Community
      • ■ Adoption Numbers
      • ■ Fork?
      • ■ Security Tests
  • Pressflow Performance Improvements
      • ■ Lazy Sessions
      • ■ DB Replication
      • ■ PHP Refactoring
      • ■ MySQL Only
  • Pressflow Compatibility
      • ■ Difficult to fully determine, due to adoption rate
      • ■ Session Availability
      • ■ Supports MySQL Only
  • Testing - Tools
      • ■ ab - http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/programs/ab.html
      • ■ Jmeter - http://jakarta.apache.org/jmeter/
      • ■ Siege - http://www.joedog.org/index/siege-home  
  • Testing - Best Practices (1/2)
      • ■ Use same hardware configuration and kernel (OS)
      • ■ Use same network configuration
      • ■ First record server load using top or uptime command
      • ■ Take at least 3-5 readings
      • ■ Reboot the server and carry out test on next configuration
  • Testing - Best Practices (2/2)
      • ■ Again record server load using top or uptime command
      • ■ Retest using static html/php files and dynamic pages
      • ■ Test during identical/similar traffic loads
      • ■ Clear Cache!
  • Testing - Your Traffic Profile
      • ■ Authenticated
      • ■ Unauthenticated
      • ■ Editors
  • Testing - Potential Hurdles
      • ■ Bandwidth (Munin)
      • ■ MySQL (Munin / MySQL Enterprise Monitor)
      • ■ Workstation
  • Testing - Understanding the Results
  • Testing - Understanding the Results (cont.)
  • Q & A
      • You ask, we'll answer
      • (or someone else hopefully)
  • Open Topics
      • ■ Should I use PressFlow?
      • ■ How Can I Make Drupal Fast?
      • ■ What about Acquia?
  • Contact Information
      • Rasheed Barnes
      • @fingerpistols
      • linkedin.com/in/rasheednyc
      • Matthew Dorman
      • @matthewdorman
      • linkedin.com/in/matthewdorman
  • Trademark References
    • Pressflow is a trademark of Four Kitchens, LLC.
    • Drupal is a registered trademark of Dries Buytaert.
    • Apache is a trademark of The Apache Software Foundation.
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