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From Sean Conner <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] apache 2 webserver tuning
Date Wed, 15 Nov 2006 03:04:42 GMT
It was thus said that the Great Xuekun Hu once stated:
> Thanks for replying.
> >       I've sent a message a few minutes ago, ranting about the mean of 
> >       "XXXX
> >simultaneous users".
> Here 2000 simultaneous users means 2000 connections at the same time,
> not the 2000 requests/s. I estimate about 150 requests/s. Those are
> all PHP dynamic requests.

  What is your definition of a connection?

  I ask, because *my* definition of a "connection" is a TCP/IP connection,
which is used to make an HTTP request.  

  Technically, I'm still "logged on" to LiveJournal [1] even though it's
been some eight hours or so since I last checked the site (and I've
restarted my web browser since then).  So I'm not in any way "connected" to
LiveJournal, although I'm still "logged on" to LiveJournal.

  -spc (Somehow I think you're confusing "users" with "connections")


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