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Concurrent Requests and measuring performance with ApacheBench
When you build a web application at first there is only one user: you.
Everything works fine. When you launch the web site, sooner or later more people visit it,
and there might be even several people at the same time.
What happens then? How can your server handle concurrent requests?
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