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From Donald Ball <ba...@webslingerZ.com>
Subject Re: AW: samples of running applications
Date Fri, 31 Mar 2000 20:13:32 GMT
On Fri, 31 Mar 2000, Stefan Haack wrote:

> Hm OK, but with a "real" Web Application I
> ment 1Mio PV a Month, Hundrets
> of users at the same time. I ment
> Internet not LAN.
> What about a Service with 100.000
> registered Users?

It really depends on the the quality of your hardware, your OS, your web
server, and your JVM. One could easily support a million page views per
month from cocoon1 on a junk intel box with linux - that's only 30,000
page views per day, or roughly one request every three seconds.

For hundreds of users at the same time (which I interpret to mean,
hundreds of simultaneous requests, not simultaneous sessions), you're
going to want an UltraSparc Enterprise or an IBM mainframe or a linux or
*bsd server farm - but regardless of the web application infrastructure
you chose, you'd need something along those lines to handle that kind of
load.

- donald


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