worker cpu balance
renaud at llorien.org
Sun Apr 13 12:19:50 MSD 2008
Aleksandar Lazic wrote:
> Hi all,
> during the testing with the donated 10GB network cards of Myricom to the
> haproxy project http://haproxy.1wt.eu/ I have asked the author of this
> nice peace of SW if he will be so pleasent to run a test with nginx
> instead of tux. He was ;-))
> Here the description of his test with haproxy
> http://haproxy.1wt.eu/10g.html and now what he have send me back from
> his tests with nginx.
> It works fast. Since it uses sendfile, it is as fast as Tux on large
> files (>= 1MB), and saturates 10 Gbps with 10% of CPU with 1MB files.
> However, it does not scale on multiple CPUs, whatever the number of
> worker_processes. I've tried 1, 2, 8, ... The processes are quite there,
> but something's preventing them from sharing a resource since the
> machine never goes beyond 50% CPU used (it's a dual core).
Was worker_cpu_affinity defined in the config file to ensure each worker
was on a particular CPU?
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