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From Brian Behlendorf <br...@hyperreal.org>
Subject Re: Multi-threaded apache rather than pre-forking
Date Tue, 26 Jan 1999 19:41:50 GMT
At 10:25 AM 1/26/99 -0800, Vincent Janelle wrote:
>Just so you guys know, roxen was configured to run 25 threads and was
>handing over 320requests/min, or 5 requests/second..  Not trying to troll or
>anything, but thats what the load was like with the /. effect..  Its pretty
>interesting to watch over 3-4 minutes and see the # of requests count past a
>thousand when you fire up a webserver =)

Apache should have no trouble handling that on commodity hardware.

If you want to see something interesting, check out

http://stats.hyperreal.org/mrtg/wm/wm.html

It's a graph of web hits and mail delivery attempts performed by the box
that hosts apache.org.  Measurements are taken over 5 minute intervals, so
when you see "Max web hits/min" that's sustained over those 5 minutes.
This is on a PII 266 with 256MB of memory and a 10MB connection at
above.net in SJ.  The load bounces around 0.5 to 3.5 at times, particularly
when we're running rc5des on it :)  It does a number of other services,
like DNS, FTP, ssh, even gopher(!) but web and mail are the primary ones.

	Brian


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