worker cpu balance
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Mon Apr 14 01:21:40 MSD 2008
On Son 13.04.2008 20:40, Igor Sysoev wrote:
>On Sun, Apr 13, 2008 at 06:13:19PM +0200, Aleksandar Lazic wrote:
>> Thanks but not so much changes ;-(, any further tuning options?
>> Could be the scheduler a point for optimization, or am I on the wrong
>If accept_mutex is off, then OS scheduler choose process to accept a
Hm, is there a easy way to find out if the linux scheduler is the
I will try to run nginx and light on a solaris x86 maschine.
>> How ever I stay to nginx, I like it more ;-))
>In last top shot lighttpd eats more CPU as compared to nginx.
>This may be the cause, why lighty processes are balanced better.
Hm, which tool can help us to find the reason, is top enough?
>It's strange that lighty eats so much CPU although it has
>server.network-backend = "linux-sendfile"
>I usually see the equal load on 2CPU FreeBSD 7 (low weekend load):
> PID USERNAME THR PRI NICE SIZE RES STATE C TIME WCPU COMMAND
>11224 nobody 1 4 -10 104M 101M kqread 0 336:12 10.79% nginx
>11225 nobody 1 4 -10 108M 103M kqread 0 338:12 10.60% nginx
Hm, have you some ideas how can I tune nginx to reach the hits/s from
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