Weird timeouts, not sure if I've set the right threshholds
mike503 at gmail.com
Sat May 3 00:34:22 MSD 2008
yeah i get it.
it is an interesting idea to think about.
On 5/2/08, Cliff Wells <cliff at develix.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 2008-05-02 at 12:46 -0700, mike wrote:
> > ohh.
> > well, i am not sure the NFS server is up to that much load... i've
> > never really looked at doing something like that.
> Using Nginx will probably reduce the load. I haven't used NFS in a long
> while but I don't recall it being all that lightweight.
> I suspect that if your NFS server seems heavily loaded it's exactly
> because you are using NFS to serve public files.
> > besides, i still need NFS there for all writes and normal filesystem
> > access. it's not just an HTTP GET environment..
> You can run both. The main point is to only serve files to the public
> using Nginx and reduce NFS access to only internal use.
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