10 000 req/s: tpd2 - why it is so fast?
azifali at gmail.com
Sat Oct 31 21:15:36 MSK 2009
What is the max requests that nginx can handle assuming that it is making a
reverse proxy call to an application that responds in less than 100 ms?
Lets take hypothetically for example, it has 500 ports to send the requests
On Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 10:55 AM, Denis Filimonov <denis at filimonov.name>wrote:
> That benchmark shows that you can send a "hello world" message over a
> localhost connection very fast. This is an interesting result on its own
> has nothing to do with real life workloads of http servers.
> On Friday 09 October 2009 11:30:19 Dinh Pham wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I have come across an article whose author claimed that his web server
> > can handle 10 000 requests per second. Because I am far from expert on
> > high performance web servers so I would like to ask you if his
> > benchmarks has any flaw or his web server is too simple to be slow?
> > I have never thought that a LISP-based implementation can be as fast as
> > C-based implementations such as Nginx. Is there any magic here?
> > You can read his article here http://john.freml.in/teepeedee2-c10k
> > Thanks
> > pcdinh
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