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From Yves Vindevogel <yves.vindevo...@implements.be>
Subject Re: Load Cocoon servers
Date Mon, 05 Jul 2004 09:17:58 GMT
yes, sorry, 1 gig (typo)

On 05 Jul 2004, at 10:41, Samuel Tribehou wrote:

> Hello, are you saying you want to have a java appserver, cocoon, 
> postgresql
> and a big database on a machine with 1mb ??
> you mean 1GB right ??
> 256 would be the bare minimum imho...
>
> -----Message d'origine-----
> De : Yves Vindevogel [mailto:yves.vindevogel@implements.be]
> Envoye : lundi 5 juillet 2004 10:37
> A : users@cocoon.apache.org
> Objet : Re: Load Cocoon servers
>
>
> I can run on space ship on slackware with 1 mb  ;-))
>
> Problem is that I need to make the bid before the application.
> So any hints would be nice.
>
> So you would go for more RAM in the machine right away ?
>
>
> On 05 Jul 2004, at 06:17, Antonio Gallardo wrote:
>
>> Yves Vindevogel dijo:
>>> Is there a website where I can find statistics on the number of
>>> servers
>>> you need to run a Cocoon application.
>>> Or somebody who is willing to share his/her information about their
>>> stress tests ?
>>>
>>> I'm making a bid for a webapp.  Completely Cocoon based.
>>> There's a big postgresql database behind it, but the database will
>>> only
>>> be queried from time to time.
>>> Most of the work is done by generating XML out-of that database and
>>> storing it into Cocoon's folders.
>>> Most files will be around 1000 lines of xml, with about 30 attributes
>>> in each line, so let's say 30k per file.
>>> Every screen based on a single file like that, should be generated in
>>> 1-3 seconds max.
>>
>> That is a lot of time! I think cocoon can manage it easily.
>>
>>> App is completely running on Slackware, with "personal" 
>>> configuration,
>>> that is, no gui, no overhead, just the basics.
>>> Server will be a Compaq DL 380, 1 mb (or 2 when needed) ram, full
>>> scsi3
>>> in raid 5, 3x 320u 72.8 HD.
>>
>> The suggested numbers are too low. I wonder how you can run slackware
>> on
>> just 1 MB of ram! ;-)
>>
>>> The only thing I need to know now or estimate, is how many
>>> simultanious
>>> users this thing can pull.
>>> Is there a way to quickly calculate this ?
>>> Or does somebody have a similar setup and willing to tell me what
>>> beauties he/she has in the server room ?
>>
>> I think you need to make some test for you application. In particular,
>> long time ago I found JMeter to be very useful for stress tests....
>> And of
>> course!, JMeter is part of the Apache crop ;-)
>>
>> Here is the link:
>>
>> http://jakarta.apache.org/jmeter/index.html
>>
>> BTW, run JMeter on a second client computer to avoid using server
>> resources for JMeter while testing.
>>
>> Good luck.
>>
>> Best Regards,
>>
>> Antonio Gallardo
>>
>>
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