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From mike <>
Subject [users@httpd] keep-alive and SCGI to process on another server
Date Tue, 14 Mar 2006 00:16:45 GMT
any suggestions for increasing the number of keep-alive connections with 
this configuration:

- web server accessed via ssl

- web server accesses host/port on a separate physical app server via 
SCGI, or mod_python

i use this command for testing:

ab2 -k -n 100 https://myhost.tld/appname/action

location "/appname/" is mapped to another server/port via SCGI

ab2 tells me i get 0 keep-alive connections out of the 100.  the result 
is that i'm only getting about 15 requests per second.

log files tell me that there is a separate "Seeding PRNG with 272 bytes 
of entropy" message for each request, instead of only once as with 
successful keep-alive requests.

any suggestions?

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