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Hi Drupal friends!
I hope this is the place to post this question. If it is not, please accept my apologizes.
I am changing my hosting provider due to a problem; I have a blog implemented in Drupal 6 that has traffic peaks of approx 500 visitors at the same time. When it happens, I get the famous error "Too many connections".
What I have right now is:
PHP5 , MySQL 5 Apache 2
I would like to be sure that the new server will support these traffic peaks.
And now the question:
Is there a way to calculate the needed resources to have a specific number of concurrent connections to my database?
Is there a software to simulate this situation?
Thanks in advance.