[nycphp-talk] file include performance
ophir at prusak.com
Thu Apr 3 14:50:06 EST 2003
The performace hit of reading a file should be very very small.
If the file is read often it'll probably be in the OS's file cache anyways,
so you won't even be reading it from disk.
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From: "David Vogel" <davevgl at yahoo.com>
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> Just wondering if anyone has a sense of how much of a performance hit
> you incur by including a file in php. Specifically I have a script
> with two main branches. Does it make any sense to separate those out
> into two different include files, or does the cost of getting a file
> outweigh the cost of downloading both branches when only using one?
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