optimizing worker processes usage
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Mon Sep 24 23:22:05 MSD 2007
On Mon, Sep 24, 2007 at 01:45:54PM +0200, Manlio Perillo wrote:
> Doing some tests with mod_wsgi, I have found some "problems" with worker
> processes usage.
> I have worker_processes set to 2 (and I have a Dual Core CUP).
> When a WSGI app "quickly" return a chunk of data (and write it at once),
> nginx seems to use only one process, serializing all the requestes.
> How can I optimize the code so that nginx can use all the worker processes?
> I have found that if the WSGI app calls, as an example, sleep(0.01),
> then nginx will use all of its worker processes (but this slow down the
> response time: 159.52 req/sec vs 2848.19 req/sec)
It's up to OS.
nginx uses accept_mutex to receive new connection notifications
form kqueue/epoll/etc in only one worker. It seems that your load
is not enough to utilize two CPUs.
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