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From "Rose, John B" <jbr...@utk.edu>
Subject [users@httpd] RAM/CPU calculations when using PHP-FPM and Apache 2.4
Date Wed, 11 Mar 2015 22:00:12 GMT
Is this the correct process?

To determine how much RAM/CPU to provide for a VM web server, calculate the average RES value
in "top" for httpd processes. Then calculate the average RES value for php-fpm processes.
Then add those 2 values together. Then multiply by the max number of concurrent connections
you want to be able to handle.

Example:

12000 kb
  6640 kb
------------
18.640 mb
   X 512 MaxRequestWorkers
----------------
~9.6 gb  (How much RAM needed to run apache/PHP-FPM. So would add 2 GB for running system)

Then add the average CPU% in "top" for httpd processes + average CPU% for php-fpm and multiply
by 512 MaxRequestWorkers.

Example:

Httpd average cpu 4%
Php-fpm average cpu  2%

.06 x 512 = 30.72 cores


The RAM looks reasonable. But the cpu value is much higher than I expected.

Corrections? Constructive comments?

Thanks




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