Benchmarking Nginx on a prehistoric PIII 500
is at rambler-co.ru
Thu Mar 13 00:30:29 MSK 2008
On Wed, Mar 12, 2008 at 10:16:14PM +0100, Thomas wrote:
> After installing and configuring Nginx, I am now in the phase of
> making some benchmarking.
> My test server is a Pentium III 500 with 384MB of Sdram. Running
> Ubuntu 7.10 and Nginx 0.5.26 from package. I also installed Apache 2
> for comparison.
> The test command is:
> httperf --server localhost --port 80 --uri / --num-conns 100
> When requesting a static file (a simple hello world with the xhtml
> header), I get:
> Nginx: 750 req/s (deviation pretty even)
> Apache2: 760req/s (deviation: 600-800)
> When accessing Redmine's index login page, I get:
> Nginx+thin (2 servers): 30req/s
> Mongrel (1 instance): 30req/s
> Do you think these are reasonable figures for my computer? I'd like to
> know if my current setup is "optimal", well you know what I mean.
Three years ago I used nginx on Pentium III 650MHz under FreeBSD 4.10
for static images. Real world load was 2000 req/s, 50Mbits/s,
31000 keep-alive connections.
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