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From Jim Jagielski <...@jaguNET.com>
Subject Re: PCWeek article...
Date Thu, 12 Jun 1997 12:23:05 GMT
Jason A. Dour wrote:
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> Group Reply is such fun!
> 
> On Wed, 11 Jun 1997, Dean Gaudet wrote:
> > It means they hammered it with hundreds of hits per second, and
> > experienced Apache's "slow growth" problems because they didn't tweak
> > StartServers or MaxSpareServers.  1.1 would grow as fast as possible.
> > 1.2 grows one child per second.  I've never verified this myself, this
> > is based entirely on thought experiments.
> 
> 	Ahhh.  Then their hard-coded absolute max of servers probably did
> them in?  I don't have NT Server (thank goodness...though we are getting
> two NT servers RSN) so I can't really give it a good test.  Once we get
> those machines in, I can give IIS and Apache (with or without NT) a good
> run for their money.
> 

They mention they ran Linux 4.1 or something... By default, does
Linux use shared memory for the scoreboard? That could be another
factor.

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