1000 requests per second?
owkaye at gmail.com
Fri Nov 21 15:03:28 MSK 2008
>> Can nginx -- running on one server -- deliver 1000
>> requests per second without "bogging down" and
>> pushing more and more requests into a queue?
> I suspect that nginx would be able to handle this without
> at problem, although I would suggest that the best way to
> find out is to do some load testing.
I will definitely do this after I buy a server. I'm still
in the planning stage right now.
> How are the responses built? If that involves database
> lookups, for example, it's more likely that your
> bottleneck will be there.
The responses will require a comparison of a posted value to
another value stored in a specific location in memory.
It's not a lookup or search in a databse but it required a
separate app to do the comparison so it's not as simple as
immediately serving a cached static web page.
> Incidentally, I don't think XMLHttpRequest will
> help you - from the server's point of view, it's just
> another request, albeit one serving a smaller amount of
Thanks for this info. I know it will result in less traffic
but if you're saying
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