|PHP/CURL/Other - How resource intensive?||#1|
I am going to have a daemon that will run on a FreeBSD server, which will exchange small amounts of data with a list of URIs every minute.
I am thinking to use the curl_multi functions to run them all at once, or in groups, every minute, using a post. I am open to other ideas though.
I will have to do some benchmarking later on, but for now, does anyone know how resource intensive it is to make many small posts with curl?
Is there a less intensive way to do this? SOAP perhaps? To start, there will only be a few every minute, but it may grow quickly.
posted date: 2008-12-16 14:15:00
|Re: PHP/CURL/Other - How resource intensive?||#3|
I'd say that SOAP processing (generating query, sending it, get it processed then getting answer back) may be more resource intensive than just a POST, even "multithreaded". Profiling or benchmarking is probably the only way to be sure anyway.
posted date: 2008-12-16 14:21:00
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