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« on: July 17, 2008, 08:30:08 PM »

I am trying to figure out why a site of mine is burning the hell out of my usage quota. Its actually a cycles type of system where they assume you are using a machine with certain specs, and pretend that is X number of cycles. you can use part of a cycle.

I have no idea what the magic formula is, but I am sure its not that creative.

any idea how I could maybe figure out what pages are really burning up the CPU?
Time seems to not be the only factor. are there any other measurable thingies that I can look at, without shell or desktop access. Assume this is a shared environment, like a shitty webhost.
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« Reply #1 on: July 18, 2008, 03:27:55 PM »

Hmm, wow. I've not tried this sort of thing for a long while, and never in PHP.

I'd imagine that the Zend Optimizer would have a profiler that would allow you to look at what's going on, but that costs money.

As a first step, have you considered your own logging mechanism to simply see timing/activation/process time of your apps? That will unfortunately add processor time, but it might give you a starting place to look.
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« Reply #2 on: July 18, 2008, 04:00:26 PM »

Per our other conversation this will be resolved via a different avenue. I have never actually run the app on a box I can control, and actually watch the server load. So i probably need to try that first... lol
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