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From doomito <hmars...@tfsla.com>
Subject Re: VERY HIGH TRAFFIC TUNING
Date Thu, 10 Jul 2014 15:19:13 GMT
Hi! I already did some testing. First of all, setting the connectiontimeout
was not a good idea :) While the servers seems to be able to handle the same
load, the load average went up. 

It is very very interesting what you mention regarding mod_proxy being
faster than mod_jk / mod_proxyAJP. So if I understood correctly, mod_proxy
should be a much better option for a high traffic site? even with APACHE in
front of it?

I came across with article which is interesting.
http://www.blakerobertson.com/devlog/2012/2/7/performance-comparison-mod_jk-vs-mod_proxy_ajp-for-apache-22.html

Regardind http, we use APACHE since we have quite a lot of rules. We also
use mod_deflate, mod_expires and other apache modules. 



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