Bad Performance when using two Nginx behind each other
leccine at gmail.com
Sat Apr 25 14:35:11 MSD 2009
strace would be useful to see what is the nginx doing then, i am not sure
btw. that this is nginx related at all. might be some trivial problem with
apache like you anbled the dns resolution and forgot to setup the proper
resolv.conf and so on but without showing the exact configuration including
the nginx frontend and the backends there is nothing much to say.
On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 10:24 AM, maxigs <nginx-forum at nginx.us> wrote:
> i'm currently having pretty bad performance on my server setup which is
> most likely just a little issue with my configuration but i cant figure out
> what i do wrong. Google did not really help much either.
> The Problem is pretty simple:
> Its to slow, even static pages or assets (css files, images) are served way
> to slow through my servers (a couple of seconds at most).
> The Setup is:
> Nginx 0.6.36 as frontend server (only to split the requests up to the
> vhosts, since a couple of sites are going through the same ip)
> Nginx or (still) some Apache servers behind which server the pages.
> So when a request goes in, the first nginx proxy-passes it through to the
> second servers which then deliver the sites (including all static contents).
> This setup seems to slow down performance dramatically, even simple static
> files are delivered way to slow.
> I already tried various configuration combinations (gzip/keep alive/proxy
> options), but dont seem to get anywhere so far, it would be great if someone
> had a basic idea to get me back on the track.
> Thanks a lot !
> Posted at Nginx Forum:
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