ssl_session_cache in wiki
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Wed Jan 17 18:34:35 MSK 2007
On Wed, 17 Jan 2007, Cliff Wells wrote:
> On Tue, 2007-01-16 at 23:15 +0100, Aleksandar Lazic wrote:
>> I have know added the ssl_session_cache doc into the wiki ;-)
>> Tomorrow I will go thru the second step, but please can any native
>> speaker make some grammer checks ;-)
> It looks fine.
> One question I have is about this part:
> "to reduce the CPU load it is recommended to run one worker process only
> and to enable keep-alive connections"
> The keep-alive seems instruction seems plain enough, but what about the
> single worker process? Is this advice to be taken in general or only
> when applied to HTTPS?
This part is from previous document version when nginx had no
shared ssl_session_cache and used OpenSSL builtin cache only.
The current Russian example is:
To reduce the CPU load it is recommended
*) to set worker_process equal to number of CPUs,
*) to enable keep-alive connections,
*) to turn on shared SSL session cache,
*) to turn off builtin SSL session cache,
*) and, probably, to increase SSL session timeout (5 minutes by default):
More information about the nginx