Do some interpreted languages only load the scripts once?
The advantage of an assembled application was that all the collections and also courses are filled one-time and also rest awaiting input right?
I originate from a history collaborating with PHP and also the resources/classes that made use of are filled each web page demand which places a negative load on the web server memory. As an example, offered the PHP core makes use of 1MB of memory, and also a wordpress lots an additional 7MB of things - you wind up with 8MB being filled every demand .
I thought this coincided procedure for various other scripting languages like Python and also Ruby additionally.
So PHP would certainly take
8MB process * 10 requests = 80MB for 10 simultaneous demands to wordpress. This seems like node.js would certainly take
8MB process + 10 requests = ~14MB.
Is this actually real? Exist any kind of various other scripting languages that do this?