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From "chuyifan" <chuyi...@made-in-china.com>
Subject [users@httpd] 答复: [users@httpd] Can apache http server handle millions of static pages or pictures ?
Date Fri, 02 Nov 2018 23:04:40 GMT
Do you know the centos file system limitation for file accessing? Under what situation, the
process of looking up the files will slow down?
If too many files or directories on a server could slow down the file access, maybe I will
consider distribute the files to different servers. But the costs will go up as I need more
servers. Our budget is limited.
If I use mod_cache, then when the content is changed for a certain page, how should I clear
the cache for that page?
Thank you.



-----邮件原件-----
发件人: Jim Jagielski [mailto:jim@jaguNET.com] 
发送时间: 2018年11月2日 22:48
收件人: users@httpd.apache.org
主题: Re: [users@httpd] Can apache http server handle millions of static pages or pictures
?

It's most likely better to just use mod_cache...

> On Nov 2, 2018, at 10:45 AM, Darryl Philip Baker <darryl.baker@northwestern.edu>
wrote:
> 
> I'm not absolutely sure about millions but I have a few hundred thousand pages. The two
issues that might be a problem is the filesystem speed of your implementation and the path
name length. Not Apache limitations but that of your file server's OS.
> 
> Darryl Baker  (he/him/his)
> Sr. System Administrator
> Distributed Application Platform Services Northwestern University
> 1800 Sherman Ave.
> Suite 6-600 – Box #39
> Evanston, IL  60201-3715
> darryl.baker@northwestern.edu
> (847) 467-6674
> 
> 
> On 11/1/18, 9:53 PM, "chuyifan" <chuyifan@made-in-china.com> wrote:
> 
>    I have a website with millions of pages. The content on the page stored in
>    database but the data is not changed very frequently. so for the sake of
>    improving the performance of the website and reducing the costs of
>    deployment of web applications, I want to generate the static pages for the
>    dynamic content and refresh the pages if the contents are changed. But I am
>    very concerned about how to manage these large amount of pages. how should I
>    store these pages? I plan to use Apache http server to manage these pages.
>    Is it possible that it will cause IO problems when the web server handle
>    many requests? What is the capability of handing requests for Apache http
>    Server ? Is there any better solutions for this issue? 
> 
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