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From Jim Jagielski <...@jaguNET.com>
Subject Re: JPL's rocketing webservers
Date Tue, 08 Jul 1997 13:23:01 GMT
Randy Terbush wrote:
> 
> 
> Seems that memory goes along way toward meeting the demand. They 
> have gone from dribbling out ~400,000/day to ~3,000,000/day on each 
> of 2 servers.

And, unfutunately, did little/no adjustment/tuning during the change :-(

> 
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> 
> WIth 768 servers, I'm seeing a few spare servers.  I think
> we may have hit the bulls eye.  Here's the results of a recent
> mod_status
> 
> for www-a:
> Current Time: Mon Jul 7 19:48:08 1997 
> Restart Time: Mon Jul 7 18:28:33 1997 
> Server uptime: 1 hour 19 minutes 35 seconds
> Total accesses: 162894 - Total Traffic: 2.6 GB
> CPU Usage: u56.99 s72.86 cu1.92 cs1.67 - 2.79% CPU load
> 34.1 requests/sec - 0.6 MB/second - 16.8 kB/request
> 501 requests currently being processed, 24 idle servers 
> 
> for www-b:
> Current Time: Mon Jul 7 19:47:58 1997 
> Restart Time: Mon Jul 7 18:28:21 1997 
> Server uptime: 1 hour 19 minutes 37 seconds
> Total accesses: 165232 - Total Traffic: 2.7 GB
> CPU Usage: u53.78 s74.3 cu3.87 cs2.93 - 2.82% CPU load
> 34.6 requests/sec - 0.6 MB/second - 17.2 kB/request
> 506 requests currently being processed, 46 idle servers 
> 
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> 
> 
> 


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